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Beutler Nova’s MCF high-speed blanking cell can produce composite parts, hinges, connecting parts, parts for electric motors and laminations.

It is suited for flat, small and mid-size parts with a low level of deformation.

Beutler Nova, a subsidiary of Schuler, will demonstrate the new range at its ‘Speed’ in-house fair in Gettnau, Switzerland, on 1 and 2 July 2010.

With a performance rating of 300 strokes per minute, the machine offers considerably more speed and also increases productivity.

Its special slide guiding also guarantees a high degree of precision during blanking.

‘We’ve already designed and built numerous customised cells with similar performance specifications on request.

‘We have now taken the decisive next step: with immediate effect, we are offering fast blanking cells with up to 300 strokes per minute and up to 2000kN (200tonf) of blanking power as part of a separate and standardised product line,’ explained Benedikt Schenker, technical director of Beutler Nova.

In addition to its performance and productivity, the new MCF Monoblock Compact Fast range offers a further decisive advantage that is financially beneficial for customers – its modular construction from tried and trusted machine components.

Within the new MCF press range, Beutler Nova offers six machines with press forces of between 630 and 2000kN (63 and 200tonf) and varying bed dimensions.

The new machines can produce composite parts, hinges, connecting parts, parts for electric motors and laminations.

The range is suited for flat, small and mid-size parts with a low level of deformation.

Speed is just one of the benefits that the MCF range offers.

The slide-guidance system also sets new standards.

Its preloaded and play-free roller-bearing guiding guarantees a high degree of precision during blanking.

This enables the production of small parts with tight die clearances.

The machines feature automatic stroke and slide adjustment even in the basic version, while feed data can be stored in the easy-to-operate control system.

Together, this means that users can expect short set-up times and a high degree of flexibility in production.

This enables customers to produce a variety of parts in quick succession.

Beutler Nova will demonstrate the blanking cells at its in-house fair in early July.

The press will be presented together with additional automation components, such as a coil line and roll feed, so that customers can experience it under production conditions.

Further highlights of the in-house fair in Gettnau will include thread cutting on a C-frame press; transfer systems; the new C-frame press, with a press force of 25 metric tons; dies for producing aluminium dishes; and a retrofit kit for replacing the control system on older presses.

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