(1) High speed, high efficiency and low energy consumption. Improve the working efficiency of hydraulic presses and reduce production costs.
(2) Electromechanical integration. Adequate use of advanced technology in machinery and electronics to promote the improvement of the entire hydraulic system.
(3) Automation and intelligence. The rapid development of microelectronics technology provides sufficient conditions for the automation and intelligence of hydraulic presses. Automation is not only reflected in the processing, it should be able to achieve automatic diagnosis and adjustment of the system, with fault pre-processing functions.
(4) Hydraulic components are integrated and standardized. The integrated hydraulic system reduces piping connections and effectively prevents leaks and contamination. Standardized components facilitate the maintenance of the machine.