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Mechanical Press Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of mechanical press manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source mechanical press manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate mechanical press companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture mechanical presses for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading mechanical 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 hydraulic presses, ton presses, or power presses.

  • Concord, ON 905-669-2253

    The hydraulic press industry is competitive, but in a sea of competitors, we are among the best! We offer ISO 9000:2000 certification, and we work with customers to create the ideal designs for their unique circumstances. We use a lean manufacturing system that keeps prices low and customers happy. Learn more about how we can help you when you contact us today!

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  • Paterson, NJ 973-345-0660

    When it comes to the hydraulic press industry, you want nothing but the very best! We have over 50 years of experience in the industry manufacturing quality products for our customers. We not only offer outstanding products, but we are also committed to the satisfaction of our customers no matter how large or small. We take the time to work with you to ensure your every need it met. Contact us today!

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  • Garfield Heights, OH 216-587-2885

    Our hydraulic press designs are one-of-a-kind. We work with our customers to determine the best hydraulic presses for their applications. Here at Savage Engineering & Sales, Inc. we take customer satisfaction very seriously. We are a turnkey supplier that keeps your production goals in mind. Visit our website to learn more about our products today!

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  • Fort Washington, PA 866-726-1126

    Our mission at Specac is to keep our customers happy and satisfied with the quality of our products. That is why we carry a large variety of press types, and have locations in both the US and UK to better serve you. Our automated hydraulic presses feature power-assisted hydraulics and touch screen controls, and our staff is ready to answer any concerns. Our UK office is located at River House, 97 Cray Avenue, Orpington, Kent, BR5 4HE.

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  • Chaska, MN 952-856-4210

    Interlaken Technology has been designing and manufacturing custom hydroforming presses for over 15 years. From a 50 Ton hydroforming press to a 2000 Ton production press, we can provide both standard and custom systems to meet your needs. ITC presses provide closed loop control of forces, motions, and pressures to produce high quality parts. Our exclusive, easy-to-use software allows users to develop complex force, motion, and pressure profiles for consistent tube forming applications.

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  • Hebron, KY 859-525-6610

    Wickert Hydraulic Presses is an engineered solutions provider founded in 1901. Our early success was found in providing custom equipment to industries including: automotive, aerospace, plumbing and HVAC. We are experts in the following fields: Hydroforming, Testing, Burst Testing, Leak Testing Systems, Hot-Metal Gas Forming, and Warm Forming. Wickert Hydraulic Presses offers turnkey fully automated hot stamping press systems.

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Mechanical Presses

Mechanical presses are a type of press that work using mechanics, rather than hydraulics or pneumatic power. They move when a mechanism like a toggle, crank or knuckle joint transfers energy to their main slide. The moving mechanism gains this energy from a flywheel, which is usually driven by an electric motor. The flywheel builds energy, and releases it to the mechanism.

Mechanical presses may be classified as single, double or triple action. These categories correlate to the number of rams or slides that the presses possess.

Most often, manufacturers use mechanical presses to form, shear, impact extrude, punch or assemble metal materials. To do so, they attach dies and/or tools to the rams and/or slides, and then apply force from any number of angles until the metal deforms.

Mechanical presses offer many benefits. First, with them, manufacturers can get highly accurate and repeatable results. Also, mechanical are a good bit faster than hydraulic presses, and therefore produce the highest production rates. However, they do not press with equal force. Also, while they are not as versatile as hydraulic presses, they can vary their function using special slide motions. Another advantage of mechanical presses is the fact that they are easy to assemble and operate. Furthermore, they have low set-up costs.