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Safan will introduce its E-Brake system at Manufacturing Technology Ireland 2009, which is scheduled to take place on 14-15 October at the National Show Centre in Dublin.

The company claims that its E-Brake press brakes, which use servo-electronic drives, deliver 30 per cent faster cycle times and 50 per cent lower running costs compared to conventional hydraulic versions.

The E-Brake’s servo-electronic drive system is based on the pulley principle, which ensures an even distribution of forces.

This means that, in 98 per cent of cases, no crowning table is required, according to Safan.

Similarly advanced design features characterise the M-Shear range, which incorporates a combination of electronics and hydraulic power to the cutting beam.

Features that can be specified include the programmable starting position for the cutting beam and touch-screen control with data management of the cutting programs.

Automation is also featured, with both machines able to incorporate the robot loading and unloading of individual machines and the complete routing of the sheet metal through a manufacturing cell.

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