EMAP (Servo Press System)

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Promess Standard Servo Press

A fully electric assembly
press system with
integrated motion control
and monitoring.

The Promess EMAP Electro-Mechanical Assembly Press (EMAP) System is the solution for every aspect of your assembly process including the push, pull, position, monitor, and controls.


  • 360° mounting orientation
  • Ball screw design that features dynamic press load capacity 2.5 to 3 times greater than the stated load capacity
  • Capacity ranged from less than an ounce to over 200,000 lbs
  • Clean running
  • Data acquisition and storage
  • Easy to use Windows-based software
  • Energy efficient
  • Fully electric
  • Integrated with a load cell
  • Network with multiple systems
  • Servo system that is sized to read press load capacity within the continuous current zone of the motor and drive
  • Push or pull with equal accuracy
  • Verification and monitoring



Flexible EMAP System Configurations Includes



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Listed below are the range of monitoring, testing and assembly applications for the PROMESS Electro-Mechanical Assembly Press EMAP Systems used by Builders and End Users.

  • Hand Held Press Applications
  • Press to Position
  • Press to External Transducer
  • Riveting
  • Press to Shoulder
  • Crimping / Staking
  • Spring Testing
  • Bending / Straightening

The Promess Electro-Mechanical Assembly Servo Press (EMAP) is a fully electric, programmable motion controlled ball screw press with integrated motion control and monitoring. Promess offers 33 different Electro-Mechanical Assembly Servo Presses with capacities ranging from less than an ounce to over 200,000 pounds to fit any application.

The Promess EMAP offers you the most competitive, accurate, and efficient solution to any assembly requirement. The EMAP brings you the ability to literally clone your original assembly and then forces the system to duplicate – very precisely – all ongoing production. If for some reason, the system cannot reproduce it, a fault condition will tell you that you have made a component outside the desired parameters.