The capacities of our machines are based on a material resistance of 45 kg/mm2. We need to apply a formula in order to know if the machine has enough power. Once we know the resistance for the material punching (in this particular case 65 kg/mm2) and the machine power ( for example 80 Tons. - 800 kN ), we need the thickness of the material. Having known all that, the formula gives us the maximum punching diameter. As the general norm. if the resistance grows then the punching diameter might be reduced. You can calculate any cappacity in our punching capacities calculator
Max diameter = thickness x resistance / power
Here are different ways of producing frames with a Hydracrop.
Cut at 90º L and 2 trimmings at 45º of the two wings (L cutting station)
Here are the points to be considered to work properly and avoid rapid failures of the punches and punching station parts:
Not taking into account the above points, the condition of the punching parts involved in the extraction of the punch material such as Punching stripper 1/47, Supplement 1/49, Punch nut 7/6C, Punch sleeve 7/5, and Punch base 7/3C also accelerates the deterioration of the punch.
To perform any operation covered by this question, the machine must be turned off and power disconnected.
Any operation covered by this question must be performed by authorized, qualified, and trained operator in the handling of machinery.
Maintenance suggestions provided by the manufacturer for your machine are:
Always follow local regulations on Machinery Safety and disposal of oil.
Find capacities according to the table: machine tank capacity
hydracrop - 55 80 liters
hydracrop - 80 100 liters
hydracrop - 110 100 liters
hydracrop - 165 200 liters
hydracrop - 220 200 liters
Close filler cap and base machine panels
To order punches and dies is necessary to know the following information: