CI offers a broad spectrum of additive manufacturing capabilities through a selection of Powder Metal Compacting Presses. Due to the size of the machines, the company will provide literature about the capabilities of all the available models at the trade show. The Powder Metal Presses are designed to deliver high production rates and accuracy. This family of machines includes a die-set press, a platen assembly press and a hybrid press.
The Parts Maker, Fast Set-Up, and Rigid Reflex are all mechanical presses. All three of these machines offer multi-level part capability, a press control center and programmable feeder systems. The Rigid Reflex press offers rugged precision guiding for compacting complex parts with possible off-center loads.
Cincinnati’s Hybrid Press is the Power Die Change, which also offers multi-level part capability and a press control center. It features the speed and accuracy of a mechanical press while still allowing the user a level of control only found with a hydraulic press. Exclusive to this machine is the ability for tri-press stops. This unique ability allows the machine to produce complex parts with excellent press stop positioning, ensuring the production of precise parts.
Information regarding the Rigid Restrike press will be available as well. This machine is designed for sizing and coining operations. It uses a steel welded construction tie rod design, which allows it to handle high impact loads.
Also accompanying CI to the tradeshow will be one of its SAAM 3D printing machines. The selection of SAAM machines are ideal for creating functional parts in limited spaces. The machines are small enough to fit on desktops and similar surfaces. These machines utilize CI’s optional patented Automated Ejection System to provide the capability for continuous 3D printing. This function also gives the user the ability to leave the machine unattended while it completes the printing process. CI’s family of SAAM machines are the only 3D printing machines that offer this function.
For more information about Cincinnati’s Powder Metal Presses and SAAM additive manufacturing machines, or any of their other additive manufacturing options, visit Booth #326 at POWDERMET and talk with an experienced CI representative.
ABOUT CINCINNATI INCORPORATED
Cincinnati Incorporated, headquartered in Harrison, OH, provides manufacturers with accurate and dependable laser cutting and automation systems, plasma cutting systems, press brakes, shears and conveyor systems, powder metal presses, and large and small scale additive manufacturing solutions. The company was founded in the late 19th century and is a 2018 “Best Place to Work” recipient.