FAG Control 839
‹The world known manufacturers of production presses have recently increased bed sizes. The size of the FAG Control 839 is well within these increased capacities.› FAG Digest Magazine, 1/1966
The FAG Control 839 was an optimized version of the FAG Control 835. Since the FAG Control 835 has been developped in Singen, Germany and been produced in Singen first and later in Avenches, Switzerland, it had to be optimized for production in Avenches. Thats when they developped the FAG Control 839 in 1964 in Avenches. It was actually almost the same press in almost the same size as the C-835, just with some little adjustements for production.
Already in 1968, FAG made the next developement step to the FAG Control 900, which was a complete new press...
|Press size (l/w/h):||2.5 / 1.5 / 1.2m|
|Standard equipment:||ME, MVA, SSL|
|Optional equipment:||AFR, BRO, DAS, ES, FRS, LAR, ME, MVA, RFP, TC, TRM|
|Number of presses built:|
|Built in factory:||Avenches, Switzerland|
|First / last press delivered:||1964 / 1968|
|Known presses still in use:||4|
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