Factors affecting productivity of a Tandem Line:

 Part weight and size
 Drawing depth
 Distance between presses
 Automation performance
 Type of operation mode
 Press drive
 Press speed

Features & Benefits

Eccentric Drive
  • Eccentric Gear Execution
  • Welded Frame (According to size)
  • Fixed Pin
  • Integrated Temperature Monitoring System (Option)
  • High Stiffness
  • Low Number of Parts
  • High Reliability
  • High Con-rod Length / Crank Ratio
Link Drive
  • High Stiffness
  • Lower Working Speed
  • In Line Configuration at BDC
  • High productivity
The kinematics, carried out by link-drive system, permits to work at low and constant speeds during the drawing phase and at higher speeds during the idle stroke of the slide, as well as during the back-up motion of the slide up to the T.D.C. These speed variations are obtained with low value accelerations and continuous movement without any vibration.

AccessoriesHydraulic Overload System

Quick (High Flow) Release System
Synchronous Control System
Quick Refill Unit
 Pneumatic Cushions
 Hydraulic CNC Cushion


Die-holder plate Spigot-Wedge

Moving Bolster

 Left to Right movement
 T-Track movement
 Electric Drive (Semi-automatic or Fully automatic)
 Pneumatic Drive (Semi-automatic)
 Tool Automation Connection
 Pneumatic, Lubrication, Electric Utilities Connection
 Automatic / Semi-automatic Quick Connection System
Productivity samples for G1 Tandem Line (std automation)
Side panel of a C/D class car 6,5 ÷ 7,5 parts/minute
Side panel of a B class car 8,5 ÷ 9 parts/minute
Small panels – low drawing depth 10 parts/minute
Productivity samples for G3 Tandem Line
Max productivity 14 parts/minute