Miro Invests in Servo Press Technology

Posted on: 2017-09-18 03:58:22

servo press capabilities

Miro Manufacturing continues its development in contract manufacturing with the purchase of a Komatsu H2W300 330 ton servo press. The press will be outfitted with a CWP ServoMax 36” feed line. Scheduled to be operational in the 4th quarter of 2017, the new equipment will complement Miro’s current battery of metal stamping presses which range in tonnage from 60 to 1,000.

A Komatsu servo press is a complete integrated press system which utilizes technology to improve the entire stamping process. There are three key differences between servo and mechanical presses – accuracy, repeatability and power. Stroke, slide motion, slide position and speed are all programmable and adjustable.

Servo press technology benefits the stamper and in turn its customers.

Servo presses enhance productivity by

  1. Optimizing the speed a die can be run at
  2. Their ability to dwell for processes such as in die tapping and part or
    fastener insertion and
  3. Increased die life

Servo presses decrease production costs by

  1. Minimizing material usage
  2. Lowering tooling costs since more work can be done in fewer stations and
  3. Reduced press maintenance and energy costs

Miro, a diversified contract manufacturer and metal stamping company, also offers fabrication, machining and assembly services all of which are supported by a full service on-site tool room and tooling manufacturing. As Miro President, Jeff Brown, says, “tool & die is in the company’s DNA”. The company partners with customers from product design through the manufacturing of parts, sub-assemblies and complete products.

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