A desktop servo riveting machine is a type of automated equipment used for riveting operations. It is designed to be compact and suitable for use on a desktop or workbench. The machine utilizes servo motors for precise control and positioning during the riveting process.
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Wide variety of precision press control methods

Equipped with an AC servomotor and internal load cell for position-based and load-based control with modifiable press-fit speed control, servo presses offer work-oriented operational flexibility.

Saves energy and improves the work environment

Not only do servo presses run quieter and cleaner for both the operator and the workpiece, but servo presses also consume only about 10~20% of the electricity used by conventional air and oil presses.

Comprehensive traceability data

With a servo press, the built-in AC servomotor and internal load cell not only provide pressing result data, but can also display and store position and load value data as a waveform graph.




Extremely fast and quiet servo motor. Speed of 30 punches per minute.
Automatic safety mechanism. The machine will not punch until the dies are closed, protecting the operator from injury.
Automatic adjustment technology. Adjusts to different fabric thicknesses, making it easy for anyone to use.
Energy Efficient. Significant energy savings (less than 0.2 kilowatts per hour for 12 hours of use compared to 3 kilowatts for non-servo electric presses).
LED Position Indicator. A bright red laser guides the user and ensures accurate grommet placement.
Stand includes storage holders, drawer and measurement guides.



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What types of materials can be formed using a servo press machine?
A servo press machine can be used to form a variety of materials, including steel, aluminium, copper, and other alloys.
How is a servo press machine different from a mechanical press machine?
A servo press machine differs from a mechanical press machine in that it employs a servo motor that provides precise control over the ram's position and speed, while a mechanical press machine uses a flywheel and clutch to control the ram.
What is the maintenance required for a servo press machine?
A servo press machine requires regular maintenance, including lubrication, checking for wear of components, and calibration of the servo motor. Regular maintenance ensures optimal performance and longevity of the machine.
What safety precautions should I follow when operating a servo press machine?
When operating a servo press machine, it is important to follow all safety protocols, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, using safety guards and devices, and obtaining proper training on the machine's operation. Additionally, only trained and authorized personnel should operate the machine.
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