Motors: CRM 7 & CRM 14
The CRM 7-driven Crowning (see photo on left) makes it possible to horizontally insert and remove bottom tools from both sides. The CRM 7 is installed on the right-hand side of the Crowning as standard. This motor is fitted on all New Standard Pro Crowning (NSCR-I) with a length up to 4,250 mm. The existing CRM 12 will be used for lengths in excess of 4,250 mm.
The CRM 7 motor is available in the following voltages (EU: 400V/50Hz, 230V/50Hz) (Optionally, Pro Crowning systems can also be fitted with the CRM 14-K motor, mounted at the side. Please see section 'CRM 14-K' below).
The CRM 14 is a tubular motor that is standard on all New Standard Premium Crowning (NSCR-II) with a length up to 6,120 mm. The existing CRM 12 will be used for lengths in excess of 6,120 mm. This motor also remains available (optional) for shorter lengths.
The main benefit of this CMR 14 motor is, besides better accuracy and higher speed, the ability to implement an angle measuring system. Rails can be placed at the front as well as the back. The CRM 14 is available in two different options: CRM 14-I and CRM 14-K.
The CRM 14-I tubular motor is built into the lower beam if a minimum width of 90 mm is available. The main benefit of this integrated motor (CRM 14-I) is that it is located entirely inside or under the lower beam, thus offering perfect bending freedom at both edges. In the same way as the above mentioned CRM 7 motor, it is also possible to insert and remove tools horizontally from both sides. The CRM 14-I motor is available in the following voltage 400 V-50 Hz.
The CRM 14-K tubular motor is built at the right side of the table. It will still be possible to insert and remove tools horizontally in this version. The CRM 14-K is available in the following voltage 400 V-50 Hz.