The main difference between cam spring machines and camless spring machines lies in their mechanism and work efficiency:
In terms of mechanism: The cam spring machine is driven by a cam, and through precise cam calculation and design, the spring machine can accurately manufacture the shape of the spring. Camless spring machines are often driven by servo motors, such as multi axis CNC spring machines.
Work efficiency: Due to differences in design and driving methods, there are certain differences in work efficiency between the two. Generally speaking, camless spring machines have advantages over cam spring machines in complex spring manufacturing, debugging time, and production stability.
Debugging convenience: Camless spring machines can easily change the shape and size of springs through programming, while cam spring machines are difficult to adjust and require replacement of cams or redesign of drive schemes.
In terms of cost: The camless spring machine has a high manufacturing cost due to the use of servo motors and CNC technology. The cam spring machine, on the other hand, has a relatively low cost due to its use of mature mechanical driving methods.
Overall, the camless spring machine is superior to the cam spring machine in terms of debugging convenience and production efficiency, but has a higher cost.