On a production line with a non-automated feeding system, it takes a long time to manually adjust the feeding because the operator must walk back and forth to each side of the production line. Automatic feeding equipment significantly reduces the changes that occur during the shutdown. From adding a manual crank for single-point adjustment to full automation, the operator only needs to click the “start” button, and a series of feeding automation can be realized. Here, even feeding is automatic.
With the increase in reliability and speed of servo feeders, they have become common in today’s press shops. Servo feeding technology can improve the quality of parts and extend the life of the machine while running faster than air feeders.
Also, the flexibility of the servo feeder expands the types of materials that stamping manufacturers can process.
Although the cost of a servo feeder is higher than that of an air feeder, investing in an automated servo feeder can bring you a faster rate of return than a machine that can only meet basic needs because it will reduce you The time for each conversion.