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Compression Press Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of compression press manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source compression press manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate compression press companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture compression presses for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading compression press manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for compression molding presses, metal alloy compressions, or rubber compression presses.

  • Concord, ON 905-669-2253

    When it comes to compression press design, no one knows how to manufacture and design a press better than we do! We have over 50 years of industry experience creating press designs and we are ISO 9000:2000 certified. We work carefully with our customers to create the solution to their pressing problems. Contact us today to learn more about us!

  • Paterson, NJ 973-345-0660

    If you are looking for a safe and dependable compression press, we’ve got the right solution for you! We create our own press designs that are reliable, efficient, and affordable. We are one of the leaders in the hydraulic press industry, and have been since our founding over 50 years ago. Find out more about how we can help you online today!

    Grimco Presses Inc.
  • Garfield Heights, OH 216-587-2885

    If you are looking for a compression press that will suit your needs, we can help! We have years of experience manufacturing high quality presses for many industries. We can work with you to discover which of our presses will meet your needs the best. We will never recommend a product that will not suit your precise needs. Visit our website today to request a consultation and quote!

    Savage Engineering & Sales, Inc.
  • Dayton, OH 937-237-2382

    AIDA-America Corporation offers a wide range of press building options. We specialize in mechanical presses, transfer presses, progressive die presses, frame presses and much more. Call us today or visit our website for more information on our quality presses and services.

    AIDA-America Corp.
  • Moline, IL 877-797-7650

    Williams, White & Company, a division of Doerfer Companies, is North America's premier hydraulic press manufacturer. We have multiple manufacturing facilities that feature cutting edge fabrication equipment and many more capabilities to ensure that you receive the hydraulic press you need. Integration services are also available. For a complete list of presses and capabilities, visit our website.

    Williams, White & Company
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Compression Press

High pressure from compression presses produce perfectly molded products. A compression press is commonly referred to as a compression molding machine and is primarily used for manufacturing plastic and rubber molded goods and also products made from metal alloys. Depending on what elements are required for a particular product, most presses can be designed with specific compounds in mind.

There are many different types of hydraulic presses, one of which is the compression press. Similar to the processes found in rubber molding and injection molded plastics industries, compression molding presses are designed to produce mass amounts of consistently shaped products. Though compression presses may be ideal for manufacturing tight-fitting products such as extruded rubber seals and stoppers, they are also found to be quite helpful within the automotive industry, since they can produce many car parts such as fenders and car hoods. Other products that come out of these presses include plastic cases, electrical equipment and all kinds of toys for children. No matter what the application, however, compression presses are capable of handling large product runs for a variety of industries and can also complete jobs within a short amount of time. Whether its seals, hoods, toys or anything else, most products that come out of this process have a relatively smooth surface, which is another added benefit to this type of molding.

Typical materials used in compression presses include plastic compounds, rubber and metal alloys. Some specific examples include Polyester, Vinyl, Torlon, Vespel, Poly P-phenylene sulfide and various forms of PEEK. Though compression presses have the ability to mold different metal alloys, a better option for most iron, steel and aluminum molding would involve the use of forging presses. In any case, since all compounds mold differently, it is important to keep in mind the amount of material used when working with a compression press. It is also equally important to pay attention to temperature and force so as to ensure that the end product maintains the desired texture and form. In contrast to their ability to produce a wide variety of products from an assortment of different materials, compression presses bring reduction to parts replacement, downtime and noise. This is possible because molds are reusable, machines can continue to run without interruption and whereas former molding processes generated fair volumes of noise, the process used with these presses is much quieter.

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