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Power Press Manufacturers and Companies

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

  • Concord, ON 905-669-2253

    Macrodyne Technologies’ processes ensures product requirements are verified and validated at every stage of the design process. Stringent inspection and monitoring is performed on all manufacturing processes. In addition, material certifications are also monitored. Macrodyne’s power presses are manufactured by experienced professionals who don’t cut corners on quality, so call now.

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  • Paterson, NJ 973-345-0660

    Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest level of quality, whether it is in our power presses and other press designs, or in our customer service dealings with each customer. We have been in business for over half a century, which makes us uniquely suited to meet the needs of our varied customers. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Garfield Heights, OH 216-587-2885

    In all our years of manufacturing quality power presses and other hydraulic press products, we have made it our goal to put the customer first. We believe in offering the right solution to meet your needs, whether it is having the right parts to fix your existing machines, the presses you need at an affordable price, or the ongoing support to keep your machines in top condition.

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  • De Pere, WI 920-347-1983

    Trinks is a leader in the hydraulic press and plastic processing industry and has over 80 years of experience developing solutions for the most challenging applications. We specialize in designing and engineering custom hydraulic presses for compression, transfer, and vacuum molding. All equipment is designed, manufactured, assembled, and tested in-house and can be delivered to any place in the world. We also provide various after-sale services such as training and maintenance.

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  • Nashua, NH 800-877-9110

    Greenerd Press & Machine manufactures standard and custom hydraulic presses from 3 to 1200 tons, including compression molding presses and straightening presses for various industries. We can provide you with custom-built presses and complete turnkey systems to meet all your needs.

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  • Mount Carmel, IL 800-851-3586

    Pacific Press has been designing, engineering and manufacturing hydraulic presses and metal fabricating equipment since 1945. Pacific specializes in precision manufactured equipment for the metal forming and advanced composite marketplaces and its talented and knowledgeable engineers strive to meet each and every customer’s needs and requirements on time every time.

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Power Presses Industry Information

Power Presses

Power presses are used to shear, punch, form, or assemble metals or other materials by using tools or dies attached to slides or rams. Used in large industries for heavy operations, power presses can be powered by hydraulic, pneumatic or mechanical means. However, hydraulic, or fluid pressure, powered power presses are the most common type due to their high efficiency and availability in a wide range of styles, sizes and capabilities. Some examples of power press styles include frame styles, such as H-frame, C-frame or four post style.

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Power Press Design

Metalworking takes place by putting stock on a bottom die and striking it with a top die, which is attached to a crankshaft with connecting rods. Rotation of the crankshaft is accomplished from a motor, flywheel, and gear power transmission. The two primary types of power presses, based on their clutch type, include full revolution (mechanical clutch) and part-revolution clutch. A full revolution clutch is a type of clutch that, when tripped, cannot be disengaged until the crankshaft has almost completed a full revolution and the press slides a full stroke. Power presses with this type of clutch were designed to make one full machine stroke or crankshaft revolution after each engagement of the mechanical pin, collar, or rolling key. A part revolution clutch, in contrast, can be disengaged at any point before the crankshaft has completed a full revolution and the press slide has completed a full stroke. Most power presses with part revolution clutches are air clutch and brake. After trapping air in a chamber or tube, the compressed air causes the clutch to engage and the brake is disengaged; the press then makes a single stroke.

Applications of Power Presses

Due to the diverse spectrum provided by power presses, they are utilized in a variety of applications and industries including: industrial manufacturing, for use in the assembly of various products and is particularly useful in sheet metal fabrications; automotive, for use in the assembly of structural components as well as internal metal parts; aerospace, to be utilized in the production of components and assemblies such as flight hardware and ground support equipment; medical, for the fabrication of medical equipment and devices such as prosthetics and surgical tools; and construction, in order to manufacture industrial warehouse components such as safety rails, floor gratings and more.




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