Sacmi, based in Imola, Italy, has expanded its range of metal powder presses with the new MPH150, a CNC hydraulic press equipped with three upper and three lower auxiliary axes and a pressing force of 150 tons.
Like all Sacmi metal powder presses, the MPH150 will be equipped with the API (Assisted Programming Interface), a system that drastically reduces the programming and setup times of the press. What sets this new press apart, states Sacmi, is the absence of a foundation pit, resulting in a more compact machine with a reduced footprint. The press also features heightened speed, which allows an increase in productivity up to 50% without the loss of precision and reliability.
The new press was reportedly developed in response to evolving market demands and specific customer requests for a machine with higher performance capabilities, flexibility and efficiency. The MPH150 was the result of numerous technical developments by the company, to further the scope of its already-existing PM compacting presses.