HyperCyl cylinders and actuators work well in assembly and formingJanuary 29, 2021 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd. teams up with Aries Engineering Co. Inc. (AEC) to make its lineup of cylinders, actuators, and presses available to Canadian businesses. AEC is known largely for the HyperCyl brand of pneumatic hydraulic cylinders, which have earned a solid reputation in industry for speed, precision, and power.
Technically unique and supported by a strong pledge of client service, these products are designed for use in a broad range of assembly and forming applications.
Large, diverse customer base
AEC’s success has resulted from its tight commitment to customers and its wide distribution network. The company pays close attention to what clients want as far as quality, problem-solving solutions, and emerging product needs go. Then AEC applies these demands to its products. This explains how AEC has amassed a large, diverse customer base that stretches across the electronics, appliances, aerospace, military, medical, and automotive industries.
The following HyperCyl products by AEC are available from Advanced Motion & Controls:
- HyperCyl EMA electric actuators – electromechanical actuators that are robust, servo-driven units built for precision assembly applications, plus tasks not compatible with standard HyperCyl or intelliCyl products.
- HyperCyl pneumatic hydraulic cylinders – completely self-contained and cost-effective power sources. These cylinders are highly recommended for a wide variety of pressing and forming tasks.
- HyperPress machines and standalone stations – four standard designs from C-frames, equalizing units, and CGB small-form frames.
When it was established in 1994, AEC pioneered emerging technology in air/oil intensification, and it also recognized the demand need for evaluating customer assembly and forming applications to determine the force/distance, time, and finishing product requirements before press and fixture design and equipment purchase.
As a result, AEC devised an application test to evaluate a complete finished or sub-assembly part at no cost, through actual assembly of components that the client provides. The manufacturer typically returns all supplied materials, accompanied by a complete evaluation documentation report, to the client within a day following initial receipt. AEC also has a large database of hundreds of previous assembly and forming applications that customers can access.
For more information, contact Advanced Motion & Controls.