What did we Offer:
To automate this assembly, we had to synchronize our Stepper motor with their Induction motor for speed. We offered the following electronics:
1. Cut to Length Controller
2. BPD 6A drive
4. Stepper Motor 200kg-cm
5. Variable Frequency Drive
How did it Work:
1. The mechanical gears were replaced by our Stepper motor and its drive and Controller
2. Certain technical and user parameters were entered in our controller (on site) and the RUN command was given. The induction motor starts now and the die punching action begins. As soon as ‘Start’ sensor receives signal, feeding action (by stepper motor) begins
3. When the desired cut length was traversed, the stepper motor stopped and the die was punched.
4. The Induction motor is still working, so when the Start sensor gets the next signal, the punching cycle repeats and thus the application goes on continuously.