BLISS SC2-200-96-48

Livonia, Michigan, United States
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Overview
Type:
Straight Side Mechanical Stamping Presses
Manufacturer:
BLISS
Model:
SC2-200-96-48
Stock #:
710-02261
Status:
For Sale
Description

200 TON BLISS STRAIGHT SIDE TWIN END BACKSHAFT DRIVEN MECHANICAL PRESS

Specifications
Tonnage200 T
Stroke8"
Shut Height30"
SPM70 strokes/min.
Vari Speed (Yes/No)Yes
Bed W48"
Bed L96"
Crank (Single/Double)Double
Air Clutch (Yes/No)Yes
Slide Area96" x 48"
Slide Adjustment10"
Windows Width26"

Slide Area: 96″ x 48″ Shut Height: 30″ over bed Adjustment: 10″ Windows: yes Floor Standing: Yes SPM: 35-70 Location: Livonia, MI Machine Stock Number: 710-02261

Equipped With

-Air Clutch and Brake -Air Counterbalances -Palm Buttons -Loadgard Tonnage Monitor -T-slotted bolster and ram 6" Thick T-Slotted Bolster -Motorized Ram Adjustment -Recirculating Lubrication System Rebuild Work to Be Performed (Included in above Price): I. Furnish servicemen, equipment to perform the following: A. Counterbalance cylinders; disassemble, clean and inspect. Furnish new guide bushings, seals and packings. Polish rods and cylinders. Reassemble and test. B. Slide; disassemble, clean and inspect. Rebush lower connections. Hand work upper bushings. Hand work and reflake gibbs and wear strips. Deburr slide face and T-slots. Test slide adjustment for proper function. Reassemble all components back into slide. Level slide and set gibbs at your facility. C. Bolster; grind top and bottom, deburr t-slots. D. Clutch/Brake Assembly will be removed disassembled with all wearable components i.e., liners, springs, packings, seals, bears, replaced. All plates will be checked and resurfaced to make sure everything is in ‘like-new’ working order. E. Lubrication and Air System will all be thoroughly inspected and tested and updated, where ever updates may be required. It will all be checked for proper running condition prior to press runoff. F. Electrical- Includes a new Cieco PLC Press Control integrated with a new DC Variable Speed Drive and set up in a new Electrical Console and wired to the press.