Rotary tables

INPROS rotary tables are available both in hydraulic or electric drive version; basing on Client requirement, the proper solution for the specific application will be offered.

The actuator of the electric version consists of a servomotor controlled by absolute encoder and driven by inverter, while in the hydraulic one the actuator is a hydromotor controlled by proportional valve. An hydraulic power unit is provided in case of hydraulic supply outlet unavailability on the press. Distribution inlets and outlets are placed on table side, instead of the classic solution at the center and behind the moving platen towards the ejection plate. In standard version the tables are foreseen for 2 positions moulding, but 3 or 4 positions are available on demand.

Tables are supplied in standard version complete with 2 outlets and 2 inlets for oil, plus 2 outlets and 2 inlets for cooling water. Additional lines for compressed air or gas are available on demand.

Fixing holes for moulds are in compliance with EUROMAP2 standard; electric connections are according to EUROMAP12 or 67 specification.

Both in electric and in hydraulic version the motor can be placed in any of the 4 sides of the platen, and/or in frontal position

Additional holes for mould centering are available on request; sustaining pads of the table on tie-bars can be supplied in case of high tolerance between bushings and tie-bars of the machine, or clamping unit basement flexion due to high mass of the table-mold assembly.

Tables height does not exceed 190 mm. in standard configuration; average cycle time is 1,5″ forĀ  tables up to 900 mm. diameter, and 4″ maximum for bigger sizes

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