Using the “Direct-drive system” for an extreme accuracy of 0.000079″
The technology behind the Pacific Press CoastOne electric press brakes are the “direct-drive system,” which uses servo motors directly tied to ball screws to administer force. This capability, in turn, offers an extreme accuracy of 0.000079 inches! By the term, “servo-electric,” it may seem hard to believe that these machines conserve more electricity than traditional hydraulic press brakes. However, CoastOne servo – electric press brakes are not running hydraulic pumps and heating fluids all day. These electric press brakes only use energy when in motion and conserve the energy otherwise.
Why the Pacific Press CoastOne Electric Press Brakes?
- Conserves more electricity than traditional hydraulic press brakes
- Uses only energy when in motion, conserving the energy otherwise
- Extreme accuracy of 0.000079 inches, due to the direct-drive system technology that CoastOne electric press brakes use (uses servo motors directly tied to ball screws to administer force)
- More affordable compared to traditional hydraulic press brakes
- Perfect for companies looking to free up capacity on their larger press brakes by having a small press brake in the shop as well
The C series are the smallest “fully electric” servo-driven press brakes found in the CoastOne electric press brake line. The C-Series machines feature 1 to 2 ball screws using a “direct drive System” to administer the force. Each ball screw is capable of producing about 25 tons of force. By using these ball screws in a “direct drive system,” it makes our electric press brakes very affordable compared to traditional hydraulic systems. They’re great for companies looking to free up capacity on their larger press brakes by having a compact machine in the shop as well.
For average daily use, the C9 machine typically consumes less than 1.5 kW. By eliminating the need for hydraulic oil, the customer benefits by eliminating the cost of expensive oil changes, spare parts, valves, and maintenance found with traditional hydraulic press brakes.