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AIDA's mechanical presses, 30 to 4000 tons, provide one of the industry's most diversified product lines. AIDA features gap, straightside, progressive die, high-speed, transfer and cold forming, press automation, total turnkey packages and advanced technology servoforming systems. With nearly 90 years of stamping innovation, AIDA uses its engineering application expertise to equip customers with turnkey solutions from design to first production run. As a technology partner, AIDA is able to provide flexible metalforming solutions to fit any job.

7660 Center Point 70 Blvd.
Dayton, OH 45424

Phone: 937-237-2382
Fax: 937-237-1995

Sales Contact
Bob Southwell - Vice President - Sales & Marketing

Recent Content on for AIDA-America

September 24, 2015
5 maneras máximo su servoprensa
Para obtener más de una servoprensa, un formador de metal necesita entender el proceso de formado, conocer el potencial de la prensa y entender las tolerancias críticas para las partes. Con esa información en mente, el manufacturero puede esperar que la servoprensa le brinde resultados de estampado de calidad.
March 13, 2015
5 ways to get the most out of your servo press
To make the best use of servo technology, you must have the best practices, best people in place with ongoing training and support. The first step in getting more out of the servo press is understanding your current processes and their pain points; know your press's capabilities; and understand the critical tolerances for the part--and how servo presses can help overcome limitations.
January 29, 2015
7 Press automation trends lean toward continued integration, acceleration
Automation trends culled from FABTECH and other products introduced throughout 2014 indicate more integration, acceleration are to come in 2015.
April 22, 2013
The growth of the servo-driven press
Traditional mechanical presses remain dominant in industry, but sales of servo presses have gone into high gear in recent years. Controlling the press stroke turns out to have many advantages, and the technology’s adopters are reaping the benefits.
August 31, 2012
Developing a servo press knowledge base
Since Qualtek Manufacturing invested in its servo presses several years ago, it has been gradually building up a working knowledge base--specific stroke recipes, tooling tweaks, and other information--that has turned out to be valuable intellectual property.
April 19, 2012
AIDA-America expands distribution network for Michigan
AIDA-America, Dayton, Ohio, has added Midwest Press and Automation, Grand Ledge, Mich., as its exclusive distributor for Michigan. AIDA designs,...
August 29, 2011
Straight-side press accommodates capacities from 315 to 1,250 tons
AIDA-America Corp. has introduced the MCX series of straight-side stamping presses. The modular presses provide stampers with a variety of press...
January 3, 2011
AIDA-America launches new Web site
AIDA-America, Dayton, Ohio, has launched an updated and redesigned Web site at The new site features intuitive navigation,...
November 12, 2010
Retos y soluciones para el formado de acero de baja aleación y alta resistencia
Durante los últimos años una tendencia en el diseño automotriz ha sido un mayor uso de acero de baja aleación de alta resistencia (HSLA, por sus...
June 30, 2010
Challenges, solutions for forming HSLA steel
To meet the challenges posed by forming HSLA for today's automotive weight-to-strength ratio such a high snap-through and springback, stampers can take advantage of press and tooling features to help. These include using a hydraulic or servo-driven press to perform dwell under load; higher draw pad pressure; higher energy; installing an oversized flywheel and motor combination; increasing draw radius in the part design; separating forms into additional die stations.

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