Displayed is the RPP-2000; a 2000 Ton Rubber Pad Press with a large and rigid structure that can withstand the extensive stresses experienced during pressing operations. This version of the RPP-2000 is equipped with a tooling shuttle along with a mobile horizontal table that is moved by two double-acting hydraulic cylinders. The Rubber Pad forming press has an upward acting main cylinder putting into the classification of an Upstroke Hydraulic Press.
The top part of the press houses a block with a forming cavity and this is where the rubber blocks carry out the forming process. The displayed 2000 ton rubber press was manufactured by us with four ejector cylinders that are located at the top of the machine to facilitating the ejection the rubber blocks.
This press is part of our Bespoke Press Program. We offer a wide variety of Hydraulic Presses in a variety of Press Categories and each press is customisable to suit. The RPP-2000 was designed together with our customer reassuring the customer that the Rubberpad Press would fulfill their requirements.
RPP-2000 Technical specifications
• Pressure force [tn]: 2000
• Motor power [kW]: 15 + 1,5
• Working speed [mm/sec]: 0,7 – 1,8
• Approaching speed [mm/sec]: 34
• Returning speed [mm/sec]: 50
• Maximum pressure [bar]: 340
• Piston stroke [mm]: 250
• Forming cavity [mm]: Ø 552
• Table- / working height [mm]: 2300 (there is a platform placed around the machine)
• Total length (lateral) [mm]: 3300
• Total width (frontal) [mm]: 2550
• Total height [mm]: 4200
• Weight [kg]: 44000
Rubberpad Press or Rubber Pad Press Forming Presses are a variety of deep-drawing hydraulic presses that implement rubber forming sheet material and a mould. Rubber pad forming carries out the forming of sheet materials by making use of one or more moulds and dies along with a rubber cushion as the second half of the die. The rubber cushion component of the die set is universal and only one rubber cushion is needed for many different shaping operations. The forming cycle deforms the sheet material over or into the product-specific die during which the rubber pad elastically displaces forming the material. Once the press cycle is complete the rubber springs back to its original shape leaving a formed shape from the material that was originally a material sheet.
Rubber pad forming is suitable for a wide range of products and also infinitely many different shapes and forms and is used primarily for small production runs. The total required investment that is needed to implement Rubberpad Pressing on a hydraulic press is considerably less than that of traditional tooling and die solutions. Rubberpad Forming Process can readily produce relatively simple shapes and complex shapes are not out of the question but are usually simulated first to test the feasibility of forming a complex shape. More often than not rubber pad forming can replace multiple machine operations such as welding and brake press forming.
WorkshopPress.co.uk supplies RHTC Rubberpad Forming Presses that are designed to your specific requirements.
Displayed is a 2000 Ton Rubberpad Forming Press that is 100% bespoke and suited to the customer’s production requirements. Together with our customer, we can fully design the press to suit the customer’s needs. If you are unsure about your requirements please contact us to discuss your specifications and requirements and our experienced staff will help you determine what the perfect press is for your needs.
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