The coil-fed punching machines LANDE are high-productivity lines.
As in case of OROBIA model, the line is equipped with non-rotating tools and the tools holder can contain a large number of tools (up to 20, in station A, B, C and D); for this reason, LANDE is the best solution for users who need to produce a wide deformations range while optimizing production times.
Through the interpolation of all the machine movements (i.e. sheet advancement, transversal motion of the working units and control over hammer position), any shapes or geometric figures can be cut out from coil, both in case of metal materials (carbon steel, stainless steel, copper and aluminium) and other materials (PVC, nylon, teflon): there are no limits in the production of holes, slots and notches; also, the forming process is made faster by equipping the machine with lots of tools - even with large dimensions (up to D station) - in order to avoid nibbling.
The processed parts can be marked with logos, and it is possible to make deep-drawing, air vents, ribs, small beads and references for folds. All the processes - including cutting - are made with mechanical tools that do not produce fumes or incandescent scraps, so they do not affect superficial finishing or any potential protective films on the processed materials.
The tools are operated by a hammer; the hammer is run by a reliable latest-generation mechatronic system providing high positioning precision with reduced electric power: thanks to this device, LANDE confers to the punches only the strength that is necessary for cutting the material, with high energy savings and high accuracy (few millimetre hundredths) while positioning tools.
Linear and torque motors assure high speed, positioning precision and absence of backlashes and wear, as well as minimum maintenance: all these factors are fundamental in order to keep perfect punch&die match.
Last, LANDE model differs from OROBIA, since it has the same configuration as ALPI: both LANDE and ALPI are designed for processing 1500 mm as maximum width (useful/working width).
LANDE model presents two series, for better satisfying the needs of the different productive sectors.