LVD introduces Strippit PX-Series punch press

LVD introduces Strippit PX-Series punch press

Gullegem, Belgium – LVD Company nv introduces the next generation of punch presses with the Strippit PX-Series of 200 kN machines. The Strippit PX combines punching, forming, bending and tapping in a single machine for complete workpiece processing, including processing of complex, three-dimensional parts.
Designed using the Pullmax single head concept utilizing Trumpf-style tooling, the Strippit PX-Series provides high speed punching of up to 505 hits per minute on 25mm centers and up to 1650 hits per minute marking stroke. The Strippit PX-1530, the first model to be launched in the Series, handles workpieces up to 1524 x 3048 mm without repositioning in material thicknesses up to 6,34 mm.

The Strippit PX-Series has the versatility to bend parts up to 90mm in length with bends up to 75 mm high formed into the workpiece. Knockouts, louvers and countersinks are accurately produced. Parts art any angle on the sheet can be formed, punched, and bent. Parts can remain tagged into the sheet or dropped down into the 525 x 500 mm programmable work chute and conveyed directly into a parts bin.

The Strippit PX-Series features 20 tool stations able to hold any size tool, up to a maximum tool diameter of 90 mm. Any tool can be used anywhere on the sheet. All tool rotation allows every tool to rotate a full 360 degrees for total flexibility.
Tool capacity can be increased to a maximum of 200 tools with the addition of indexable Multi-Tools in 5- or 10-station configurations.

The Strippit PX-Series features LVD’s Energy Reduction System (ERS) which automatically reduces power consumption in all modes of operations. ERS lowers energy consumption by up to 15% compared to previous generation Strippit punch presses.

For increased productivity, the Strippit PX- Series is compatible with affordable, modular automation options including the Strippit PA auto load/unload system, a space saving device that loads and unload from one side or the Compact Tower (CT-P), a 6 or 10 pallet automated material handling system that provides full capabilities for loading, unloading, and storage of raw material and finished parts.