Photo Gallery – 330 Ton Servo Press Installation
Click through the photo gallery below to follow the Komatsu H2W300 servo press’ journey from the back of a truck to Manor’s production floor.
- The servo press rolls onto Manor property in the early morning hours.
The size and weight of the new
Komatsu H2W300 solid frame servo-driven press requires it to be trucked in as a “Super Load”.
- The servo press gets prepared to be lifted off of the truck.
A portable gantry crane
gets the servo press airborne to allow the truck to leave Manor’s premises.
Getting the servo press into the shop
requires a lot of careful maneuvering – it’s no small piece of equipment
Even when perfectly aligned,
there isn’t a huge tolerance for the rigging team to work with.
- The press enters its new home in Manor’s facilities.
The forklift is manned with careful
concentration as it maneuvers alongside the other presses.
- The rigging team works together to guide the press without causing any damage.
The meticulous planning pays off.
It’s a close fit, but everything moves smoothly.
- The press is prepped for its journey to its upright position.
The crane starts the slow,
deliberate process of lifting the servo press to its upright position.
The forklift takes over
the job as the servo press gets closer to its standing position.
Blocks are set up
to ease the final steps of the uprighting process.
Manor’s very first 330 ton
servo press stands upright on the floor for the very first time.
Our new Komatsu H2W300
servo press stands in location with guarding installed, as the first test-runs begin.
Servo Press Specifications
|Max. Capacity U.S.ton||330|
|Rating Point in.||0.24|