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On-site troubleshooting of eddy current press drives

Questions to ask in order to avoid unnecessary removal of large device

  • February 2011
  • Number of views: 1770
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Mike Dupuis
Monelco, Ltd.

Our service center location in Southern Ontario, Canada, is considered ground zero for automotive stampings. One of the more common prime movers employed on stamping presses in our area is the dependable eddy current drive. Most units our technicians encounter are in the 50 hp plus category, which makes for a large piece of equipment. 

Removal of these units from a stamping press is no small task, so taking steps to more positively identify a problem with the actual drive unit as opposed to the controller or load is highly advisable. Our company provides on-site service and troubleshooting to our customers, which allows us to inspect the application firsthand before removal of the unit is performed.

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