Aida Gap Frame Presses

Aida Gap Frame Presses 2017-04-05T16:18:57+00:00

img2

What Makes AIDA Gap Frame Presses Different? All AIDA NC-1  &  NC-2 -series gap frame presses use a welded steel frame, cast iron slide, and over-sized cast steel bolsters. This enables the press to deliver angular frame deflection that can be as little as 1/3 of competitive models, ensuring longer die life and higher part quality.  The wet clutch (standard) is immune to heat build up and its detrimental effects on performance that plague air friction clutches. And a wet clutch virtually lasts forever with minimal maintenance and can provide up to four times the single trip cycles per minute of an air friction clutch.

AIDA’s Hydraulic Overload Protection System (HOLP) provides the industry’s fastest response time, adjustable trip level, and an “unstick” switch that frees a slide that is “stuck” on bottom in a matter of seconds to minimize downtime.  The advanced control system brings a level of flexibility unheard of in the category. Add a six-point slide guide system and 25 other features and the result is a gap frame press that dramatically limits factors that can shorten die life.

Features & Benefits

  1. Fastest acting Hydraulic Overload Protection (HOLP) in the industry (10 ms), adjustable from 60-100% of rated press tonnage
  2. Adjusting screw threads never exposed
  3. Oil lube to pinion shaft and rear crank bearings
  4. AC variable frequency drive
  5. Taper fit of main gear to crankshaft
  6. AIDA wet clutch
  7. Quill mounted flywheel
  8. Hardened and ground pinion and ground main gear
  9. Electric brake on slide adjusting motor
  • Installation and service support by AIDA factory trained technicians
  • Angular frame deflection is 50% or less
  • The tightest clearances available in any gap frame press
  • Flywheel brake
  • Counterbalance lube pump
  • Increased counterbalance capacity
  • Air blow-off with solenoid valve
  • ASME certified air tanks (USA)
  • Extra long 6 point slide guides

Please contact us for more information.

Click here for more information and videos for NC1 (single point)
Click here for more information and videos for NC2 (two point)