Electromechanical NC joining module NCFR, servo press for joining processes and rotational movement / 2161A
Main features / advantages
- Compact design thanks to hollow-shaft motors
- Maximum dynamic thanks to cutting-edge drive technology
- High speed of travel with up to 400 mm/s
- Absolute encoder for displacement and crank angle
- Optional torque sensor including amplifier
Boasting integrated hollow-shaft servo motors, NC joining modules NCFR Type 2161A set themselves apart with their compact dimensions and exceptionally low weight.
This design affords both drives maximum dynamics and fully independent linear and rotational movements. The drive motors are electrically commutated, hollow-shaft AC servo motors which are controlled by two servo controllers. Constant rotation speed, i.e. constant motion speed is guaranteed. Standard functions, such as block pressing, position pressing and force feedback controlled pressing, as well as intermediate positioning and rotation by signal, angle, torque and even torque control, are supported. The activation of the servo controllers and the analysis of the piezoelectric force sensor and the strain gauge torque sensor for both crank angle and displacement are handled by the XY monitor maXYmos NC. The NC joining module NCFR is operated with IndraDrive servo controllers, in combination with maXYmos NC Type 5847B1. The communication between the servo controllers and maXYmos NC is done in real-time via SERCOS III. Several field bus slave interfaces are available onboard for customer provided controlling. PROFIBUS, PROFINET, EtherNet/IP or even EtherCAT can be used with the maXYmos NC according to the customer's selection. Quality data can be transmitted via the Ethernet interface by different protocols and a visualization via VNC or a data backup can be performed.