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Every BSTA stamping press contains decades of experience that we have built up, in responding to the demands of ambitious customers.

Thanks to the unique lever system of the BSTA stamping press, the load acting on the ram is distributed across the system. This load distribution, together with the absolute minimum clearance and the efficient lubrication system, is a crucial factor in the high durability and consistent precision of the machine.

Making sure you can produce quicker, for longer and with more precision.

Technical Specifications

Model BSTA 200-60 BSTA 200-70
Press force 200 kN. 200 kN.
Tool loading area 600 mm. 700 mm.
Drive power of main motor 15 kW. 15 kW.

Key Features

  • Full dynamic mass balancing system.
  • Ram guidance exclusively at strip inlet level.
  • Mechanical compensation system for thermal expansion.
  • Extremely powerful clutch and brake mechanism.
  • Dynamic ram adjustment.
  • Dynamic damping system.
  • Comprehensive line of fully interchangeable precision feeding systems.
  • State-of-the-art B2 Control (PC based control) with BRUDERER software.
  • Worldwide service network with trained specialists.
  • Electronics
  • Automotive
  • Food & Beverage
BRUDERER AGBRUDERER is renowned the world over as a pacesetter in high-quality punching technology. Founded in 1943 by Egon Bruderer, the company took just a few years to develop from humble beginnings into a global player. This tremendous success has been made possible by three company traits, which have all become BRUDERER trademarks: performance, precision and quality.
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