New 80 kN electric powder press from Osterwalder

September 11, 2019

New 80 kN electric powder press from Osterwalder

Osterwalder AG, Lyss, Switzerland, has launched a new 80 kN electric powder press. Capable of up to forty strokes per minute, the new SP 80 is said to be ideal for the production of ISO inserts and similar parts.

The compact-sized press is reported to offer safe and easy powder refill during operation, thanks to an accessible powder hopper and filling shoe. The press includes an integrated cooling system with water-cooled drives. A fixed die aids setup with insert handling systems.

“If you want to increase your production capacity or replace older presses, the SP 80 is the most attractive solution in the market,” the company stated. “The performance of our clients, producing high quality parts in combination with unmatched cost structure is our approach, our target.”

www.osterwalder.com

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