Feeder

 

Available in all sizes starting from 50 mm width and 50 mm stroke starting from Rs. 8000 onwards.

  Feeder Help
How to Select a feeder
Types of Feeder
Salient Features
Installing a Feeder
      How to Select a feeder   Selection requires the following data  
1. The maximum width of the sheet/coil        ..............mm
2. The maximum thickness of the sheet/coil  ..............mm
3. The maximum stroke/pitch  ..............mm
4. The speed of the power press                  ..............mm

Some times it is also important to know which type of material is to be feeded.
  The power presses on which our feeder can be mount  
1. Hand Press
2. Mechanical Geared and Ungeared Press   
3. Pneumatic Clutch   
4. High speed Press
  The Tools and Dies used can be   
1. Simple Blanking   
2. Progressive or Multi Cavity     
3. Compound Dies      
4. Compound plus Progressive
      Types of Feeder   Light Duty  
MODEL
Max. Strip Width
Max. Stroke
Max Strip Thickness
Cycles / min
X - 50
50mm
50mm
1.9mm
280
X - 100
50mm
100mm
1.8mm
200
X - 150
50mm
150mm
1.5mm
160
Y - 50
75mm
50mm
1.8mm
260
Y - 100
75mm
100mm
1.7mm
190
Y - 150
75mm
150mm
1.6mm
150
Z - 50
100mm
50mm
1.7mm
210
Z - 100
100mm
100mm
1.5mm
160
Z - 150
100mm
150mm
1.4mm
120
  Heavy Duty  
MODEL
Max. Strip Width
Max. Stroke
Max Strip Thickness
Cycles / min
A 100
155mm
100mm
3.8mm
140
A 200
155mm
200mm
3.5mm
120
A 300
155mm
300mm
3.0mm
70
B 100
205mm
100mm
3.0mm
130
B 200
205mm
200mm
3.0mm
110
B 300
205mm
300mm
3.0mm
70
C 100
305mm
100mm
3.0mm
120
C 200
305mm
200mm
3.0mm
95
C 300
305mm
300mm
2.5mm
60
 

The no. of cycles/min are calculated at 6 bar air pressure and with no material on the feeder.

FEEDERS OTHER THAN MENTIONED ABOVE CAN ALSO BE SUPPLIED AS PER CUSTOMERS' REQUIREMENT.

      Salient Features   Salient Features of Feeders  
Compact, Rigid and Strong Structure, which has negligible wear characteristics.
Interchangeability from one die to the other because of it simple installation
  with only two mounting screws.
Durable in Indian working conditions because of Extremely hard Aluminum
  alloy feed body there is no oxidation due to wet air remaining inside the feeder.
Quiet during operation.
Low air Consumption makes it more economical because it saves electricity.
Accuracy - Precision Accuracy to the tune of 20 microns.
The incorporation of feeders 
 
- Eliminates the operator completely.
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Gives the accuracies in microns (hence saving the precious raw material).
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Increases the total productivity in many folds.
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It increase the life of your power presses and dies, which is far low in
case it is run manually (when operator is running it on manual mode without
feeder).
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Raw materials which can be feeded are - metal/non-etc. available in coil form.

      Installing a Feeder  

 

Small feeders can be installed directly onto the inferior base of the tool. In this way they can avoid strip bending.

As you can see from the picture (Fig. 1), the installation is very easy.

 
2 fixing screws.

connection to compressed air.

 

 

Middle and heavy series feeders can as well be installed onto the press or operating machine by means of an adjustable square or bracket.