In the world of stamping, the NC servo feeder has emerged as a cutting-edge feeding apparatus, winning the hearts of stamping professionals. Its widespread adoption can be attributed to its adjustable step distance, user-friendly interface, versatile applicability, and the unwavering precision it offers.
The Power Behind NC Servo Feeders
The heart of an NC servo feeder lies in its control system, which is orchestrated by a servo motor designed for roller feeding. However, the torque output of the servo motor, though commendable, sometimes falls short of the demands of heavy-duty operations. To bridge this gap, a reduction mechanism is employed to ensure the feeder performs optimally. Traditional NC servo feeders have typically relied on gear reductions, with two-stage synchronous wheel reduction and single-stage synchronous wheel reduction being the primary choices.
Traditional vs. Innovative Design
When we delve deeper into the mechanics of traditional NC servo feeders, disparities begin to surface. Opting for a two-stage synchronous wheel reduction may pose installation challenges, and replacing the synchronous belt after wear can be a cumbersome task. Conversely, selecting a single-stage synchronous wheel reduction results in reduced transmission efficiency due to a higher reduction ratio and lower tooth engagement on the synchronous belt, which leads to suboptimal performance.
A Breakthrough in Transmission
As a dedicated manufacturer of punching press feeders, we have taken it upon ourselves to revolutionize the drive unit structure of the NC servo feeder. Our solution involves a two-stage reduction transmission system driven by the servo motor. The first stage employs synchronous belt transmission with a reduction ratio of 1/3, and the second stage utilizes gear transmission at a reduction ratio of 1/3. This innovative approach yields an overall reduction ratio of 1/9, effectively mitigating the challenges associated with conventional NC servo feeders’ structural choices.
Efficiency Meets Precision
Our enhanced NC servo feeder not only guarantees efficient and reliable transmission but also matches the precision of synchronous wheel transmission. What’s more, the reduction ratio can be customized to suit specific requirements, eliminating installation hurdles arising from limited space. This thoughtful design also allows for a reduction in the servo motor’s power consumption, translating into cost savings for our valued customers.
In conclusion, our improved NC servo feeder is a testament to our commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction. With its impeccable performance, adaptability, and cost-effective operation, it stands as a symbol of excellence in the world of stamping. Elevate your stamping process with the power and precision of our NC servo feeders.