SM Series Robotic Power Packs

SM Series Pneumatic Power Packs & Cylinders for Robotic Cutting or Crimping Applications - Light or Medium Duty Applications

The SM Series Power Packs are designed for use in robotic and automated applications.  The power pack body has been machined with a flat surface on 4 sides for easy installation on to slide rails, platforms or robotic arm fixtures or EOAT. 

The SM-50 and SM-55 are very small, light weight power packs that currently have a limited jaw selection available.  Designed for robotic applications that require a very light weight unit. These 2 power packs are currently offered on a build-to-order basis only.  Contact CPS for details.

The SM-100 is a little larger than the SM-50 and SM-55 and uses any of the jaws available for the SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs.  This tool is considered a production tool and is readily available. The jaws shown below are for use in the SM-100 only. 

Specifications for all of these power packs will be found in the tab section at the bottom of this page.

These power packs are only available in the remote actuated configuration.  No hand lever control.

To insure you are receiving the best tool configuration for your application, we suggest you contact us to discuss your application and make a recommendation.  It's often recommended that samples of your parts or material be sent to us for evaluation and testing prior to ordering.

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Metal Cutting Jaws for SM-100 Robotic Pneumatic Power Pack

 

 

Metal cutting jaws for use with SM-100 Robotic Pneumatic Power Pack

CD-1CH Cutting Jaw, Semi-Flush, Case Hardened

CD-1CH Cutting Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Pack

Catalog No.

CD-1CH

Cut Style

Semi-Flush

Semi-Flush Rise

0.007"

Jaw Angle

45o

Length of Cut

0.43"

Max Tip Opening

0.20"

Cutting Edge

Side Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Soft Wire, 0.06" Max

 

CD-11CH Cutting Jaw, Full Flush, Case Hardened

CD-11CH Cutting Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs

Catalog No.

CD-11CH

Cut Style

Full Flush

Flush Rise

0.0

Jaw Angle

45o

Length of Cut

0.43"

Max Tip Opening

0.20"

Cutting Edge

Side Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Soft Wire, 0.06" Max

 

CD-3CH Cutting Jaw, Semi-Flush, Case Hardened

CD-3CH Cutting Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Pack

Catalog No.

CD-3CH

Cut Style

Semi-Flush

Semi-Flush Rise

0.007"

Jaw Angle

15o

Length of Cut

0.83"

Max Tip Opening

0.30"

Cutting Edge

Side Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Soft Wire, 0.05"

 

CD-31CH Cutting Jaw, Full Flush, Case Hardened

CD-31CH Cutting Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Pack

Catalog No.

CD-31CH

Cut Style

Full Flush

Flush Rise

0.0

Jaw Angle

15o

Length of Cut

0.83"

Max Tip Opening

0.30"

Cutting Edge

Side Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Soft Wire, 0.05"

 

 

Metal cutting jaws for SM-100 Power Packs (Same jaws as used with SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs)

 

Metal cutting jaws for SM-100 Robotic Power Pack

CD-4CH Cutting Jaw, Semi-Flush, Center Cut, Case Hardened

CD-4CH Cutting Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs

Catalog No

CD-4CH

Cut Style

Semi-Flush

Cut Rise

N/A

Jaw Angle

Straight

Length of Cut

0.50"

Max Tip Opening

0.19"

Cutting Edge

Center Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Soft Wire, 0.08"

 

FS-1CH Shear Cutting Jaw, Center Cut, Case Hardened

FS-1 Shear Cutting Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs

Catalog No

FS-1CH

Cut Style

Shear Cut

Cut Rise

N/A

Jaw Angle

Straight

Length of Cut

0.50"

Max Tip Opening

0.21"

Cutting Edge

Shear Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Fine wire, Nickel ribbon

 

FS-1-Carbide Shear Cutting Jaw, Center Cut, Case Hardened

FS-1-Carbide Shear Cut Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Pack

Catalog No

FS-1-Carbide

Cut Style

Shear Cut

Cut Rise

N/A

Jaw Angle

Straight

Length of Cut

0.50"

Max Tip Opening

0.21"

Cutting Edge

Shear Cut

Cutting Recommendation

Hard wire up to 0.10"

 

SJ-1A Blank Jaw, Unhardened. Customer can machine as needed

SJ-1 Blank Jaw for SP-01 and SP-02 Power Pack

Catalog No

SJ-1A

Cut Style

N/A

Cut Rise

N/A

Jaw Angle

Straight

Jaw Thickness

0.30"

Max Tip Opening

0.39"

Cutting Edge

N/A

Cutting Recommendation

Cut, Crimp or Hold

 

 

SM-100 Cutting Jaws for Plastic Applications only (Same jaws as used with SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs)

 

SM-100 Cutting Jaws for Plastic Applications Only (Same jaws as used with SP-01 and SP-02 Power Packs)

PGC-2CH Cutting Jaw for Plastics, Straight

PGC-2 Plastic Cutter for SP01 and SP02 Power Packs

Catalog No

PGC-2CH

Jaw Angle

18o

Length of Cut

7/8"

Cut Type

Flush Cut

Maximum Opening

31/64"

Cutting Recommendations

Cuts most plastics

 

PGC-2-45 Cutting Jaw for Plastics, 45 deg

PGC-2-45 Cutting Jaw for Plastics

Catalog No

PGC-2-45

Jaw Angle

45o

Length of Cut

5/64"

Cut Type

Flush Cut

Maximum Opening

29/64"

Cutting Recommendations

Cuts most plastics

 

PGC-2-60 Cutting Jaw for Plastics, 60 deg

PGC-2-60 Plastic cutting jaw 

Catalog No

PGC-2-60

Jaw Angle

45o

Length of Cut

5/64"

Cut Type

Flush Cut

Maximum Opening

29/64"

Cutting Recommendations

Cuts most plastics

 

PGC-2-90 Cutting Jaw for Plastics, 90 deg

PGC-2-90 Cutting Jaw for Plastics

Catalog No

PGC-2-90

Jaw Angle

90o

Length of Cut

1"

Cut Type

Flush Cut

Maximum Opening

23/64"

Cutting Recommendations

Cuts most plastics

 

 

 

SM-50 Robotic Power Pack

(Build to Order Only)

Dimensions: 3.72" L x 1.25" Dia

Weight: 4.8 oz (with jaws: 7.2 oz)

Air Pressure Required:  60-80 psi

Thrust Force @ 80 psi:  56 lbs

 

SM-55 Robotic Power Pack

(Build to Order Only)

Dimensions: 5.02" L x 1.25" Dia

Weight: 7.2 oz. (with jaws: 8.8 oz)

Air Pressure Required: 60-80 psi

Thrust Force @ 80 psi: 112 lbs

 

SM-100 Robotic Power Pack

Dimensions: 4.38" L x 1.50" Dia

Weight: 10 oz

Air Pressure Required: 60-80 psi

Max Cutting Force @ 80 psi: 800 lbs.

 

MS-50: Robotic Power Pack (Built-to-order only)

MS-55: Robotic Power Pack (Build-to-order only)

MS-100: Robotic Power Pack

The MS-100 is readily available and uses all the standard jaws that fit the SP-01 and SP-02 power packs.

 

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If you are looking for any of the pneumatic tools detailed on this website to replace a manual tool, we recommend the following procedure:

1.  The fastest method is to give us a call so we can discuss your application in detail and make a recommendation.  Toll Free U.S. / Canada: 888-444-1202.

2.  If emailing your request, please be sure to provide as much information as possible regarding the application, including material specifications, cycles performed per day, photos or video of the process and tool that you currently use, drawing models (.stp format) if available, etc.  Refer to the Contact Us tab at the top of the website and direct your inquiry to customer service.

3.  In many cases, we will request that you send us samples of the material or parts you will be processing with the pneumatic tool so we can confirm the tool performance before you purchase.  The testing process is available to all customers at no cost.  This assures all parties that the correct tool is specified for the application.

4.  You can also contact us via the chat line on the website.  The chat box will be located in the lower right corner of your screen. 

 

If you require a modification to a standard tool, or a very specific custom tool to meet your production or assembly process, we can be of service.

Follow this link to the "custom tool" pages where a variety of examples are presented.  Custom Pneumatic Tools   Note that ALL of the tools in this product section were designed and built to meet a specific customer application and carry a unique part number for that customer.  These are NOT stock or production tools.  Any custom tool built specifically for a customer's application will be assigned a unique part number designating the custom design for that tool only.

 

The procedure to follow for tool modifications or custom tools is as follows:

1. The best option is to contact us by phone so we can discuss your application in detail to determine if your tool requirement fits within our capabilities.

2. If you prefer email, please provide us with as much information as possible regarding your application, material or parts being processed, photos, video, solid model drawings, etc., so we get a clear understanding of your requirements.  Emails should be directed to customer service (See Contact Us at the top of the page)

3. We will most likely request samples of your parts for testing or evaluation prior to providing a quote.  Assuming we determine a tool design is a good fit, we will provide you with a quote for review and acceptance.

4.  Once a purchase order has been issued, the final design is completed and scheduled for production.  Prior to production beginning, we will provide you with a tool drawing for your review, acceptance and signature.  Upon confirmation of drawing approval, the tool will be entered into the production schedule.

5.  Please note: Lead time for Custom Tools is 6-9 weeks after acceptance of the purchase order and tool drawing. 

6.  All custom tool orders are non-cancellable once actual production has begun.