Punching Machine

Main Differences Between High Speed and Standard Punching Machines

These two types of punch machines differ in such aspects as precision, force, velocity, framework solidity and construction regulation. The higher the speed, the higher are the requirements. Here are the main differing aspects:


Standard punch operates at a rate of 110-200 times per minute, maybe less. Speedy punch operates at a rate up to 1100 times, maybe more.

Framework stuff

Speedy punching machines are made out of top quality and durable iron. They are notable for solid firmness, shock persistence, little deformity and accuracy.


Standard punches are regulated by manual, foot or CNC system. Speedy punches are regulated by a CNC control, are completely automated and provided with dynamic balance.


Standard punching machines operate with average accuracy, while speedy ones function with great accuracy. The exactness is between 0.015 and 0.01 mm. Vertical accuracy may sometimes be 1.2 filament.

Areas of Usage

Standard punches have got a wide application in shaping, blanking, punching, bending as well as in processing electronic parts, implements, toys, cars and so on. Speedy punches are widely applied in accuracy electronics, communication, computers, home devices, rotors etc.


Most standard punches operate with single mold, which requires high costs to maintain. As for the speedy punches, they can function with single as well as progressive molds.


Speedy punches are more expensive, though they are also much more practical.

Eccentric Axis 

Speedy punch eccentric axis bears more force and it can stand long performance without being distorted.

Framework Constancy

High speed punches are considered to be more stable as they possess pressure display, pressure switch defend system and some other criteria.

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