Heru opens facility with Schuler die tryout press

February 4, 2014

Heru Werkzeugbau, a manufacturer of compound, deep-drawing, and transfer tooling, has opened a new Process and Technology Center (ProTec) in Lennestadt‐Grevenbrück, Germany.

The facility includes a Schuler MSD 630 servo press line with 630 metric tons of force, used for die tryout and optimizing, as well as for tests, start-up, and alternate production. It also can be booked for demonstration and training purposes. The facility has a seminar room with space for 50 people.

The press line comprises a coil line and ServoDirect technology with Intra Trans, a type of transfer with movable carriages mounted on rails that enable the production of larger parts. The monoblock servo press also includes a freestanding noise-insulation enclosure.



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