Hydraulic Ironworker 805N
A double action with real force!
805N stands for a force of kN800 with two actions
Double-cylinder hydraulic punching and shearing machine with 500mm punching throat and with 4 work stations: punching unit, angle cropper, shear for flats and notcher.
The machine is complete with reference tables and is supplied with standard tools already on board and ready to work.
All stations can receive special optional equipment and tools for different processes.
The machine provides active and passive safety devices, described in this manual, to protect the health and safety of personnel who operate or maintain the machine.PASSIVE SAFETY DEVICES
a Full housing (1) protecting the cylinder on the punch press side and the punch downstroke and upstroke adjusting devices.
b Front panel (2) protecting the blade and slotting-tool downstroke and upstroke adjusting devices (slotting and shear side).
c Full guards (3) with vents for the protection of the power center and hydraulic equipment.
d Protection covers (4) for control pedals. The covers are capable of retaining the operator's shoe by the side to prevent any slipping of the foot and any displacements of the pedal, thus minimizing the risk of the operator falling.
e Mobile guard (5) secured and hinged into the detent support. Its purpose is to hold the workpiece until the punch is disengaged.
Another one of the guard's functions is to enable work to be started only if the guard itself is in position. When the guard is in position, the safety sensor inside the detent support will be energized.
The guard can be adjusted vertically, according to workpiece thickness, by operating the ring NUT (6) but it cannot be excluded unless the safety screw (7) has been loosened intentionally.
A disengaged mobile guard will allow the exclusion of the detent but will also inhibit any work. This is because the guard is no longer in position to counter the punched piece (vertically) during the punch's return stage (the guard is an integral part of the machine and is essential for its operation).f Fixed guard (8) with adjustable height for the slotting area. This guard determines the safety distance in relation to the tool table after the workpiece has been introduced. its purpose is to prevent the operator's upper limbs from reaching the cutting area.
g Lifting the guard (8) above the maximum height (workpiece thickness) will cause the machine to stop.
h Mobile detent (9) also acting as guard. it is positioned at a safety distance to prevent the operator's upper limbs from reaching the cutting area.
i Automatic locking guards (10) opening when a workpiece is fed and closing through gravity.
j Electrical equipment cabinet (11). Can only be unlocked with the appropriate key or with mechanical means.
NOTEACTIVE SAFETY DEVICES
The cabinet can only be opened when the equipment is off, i.e. when the main switch is in the "O" position.
a Emergency (red mushroom-head) buttons (12) located on the electrical equipment cabinet (11) and on the control pedal sticks (13). The foot pedal units can be moved around so they are always within the operator's range. The operation of either of the buttons (12) will cause the machine to stop immediately.
b Main switch IG (14) with safety lock. When the switch is in the "I" (circuits powered up) position, the safety block will prevent the electrical equipment cabinet from being opened
c One-position control pedals (13). They are provided with a locking device at idle position. In this position, the operator has to slot in his foot completely (and activate the pedal) in order to use the pedals again.
d Pedals are connected in series in order to prevent the machine from operating when either pedal is disconnected.
If a pedal malfunction occurs, the part of the machine that is controlled by the faulty pedal will not operate, whereas the part that is controlled by the other pedal can continue the machining process.
e Sequential operation of the two sections of the machine in order to prevent the two sections from operating simultaneously (which would result in both motor and structure overload)
f In the event that the control pedals (13) are activated in an almost simultaneous manner, priority will be given to the pedal that was pressed first (and to the work commanded by it). If the second pedal remains activated, the cycle of the corresponding section of the machine will not be started. Both pedals will need to be released in order to start the cycle.
g Limit stop microswitches (15) on both downstroke and upstroke. They are mounted to a rod that is directly connected to the punching piston and are controlled by adjustable cams (16).
These microswitches also work as stroke arresting devices for work cycle optimization.
Electric length gauge
Coordinate table with manual positioning via master part template (Max weight 30 kg)
An example of a TACO 1000x500
Combined with a single punching machine
Special notching, shearing, bending, punching applications