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mechanical press

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′pres]
(mechanical engineering)
A press whose slide is operated by mechanical means.
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From this point the paste is transferred either to a mechanical press or a centrifuge.
The addition of this new line to its existing hydraulic and mechanical press assets will enhance its offerings with braking air tanks, purge tanks, and dryer reservoirs.
A good press operator once was considered an artist, because he had to employ more than mechanical skill to make a mechanical press produce the perfect image.
For its first blanking line, Liberty Steel purchased a Clearing-Niagara 440-ton mechanical press with a 96" by 54" bed.
The press' servo drive allows for 100 percent programmable control and movement of the ram speed at any position in the press stroke unlike a mechanical press that operates at a fixed speed.
The XF1ex range is completed by XF1ex X4, a mix of quality and affordability for the printer that relies on traditional print cylinders but appreciates the contribution of servo motors and of advanced controls like OMET Vision-1, and XF1ex X2, mechanical press for the printing of labels and unsupported films characterised by inner robustness and operational efficiency.
Equipped with an 80 stroke/min, 630-ton mechanical press, the line's material handling range includes steel belts for automobile chassis parts from 400mm to 1830mm wide and from 0.
Mechanical press producer Schuler Group, with sales of $622-million, has acquired several other press companies: SMG (hydraulic presses), Hydrap (hydraulic), Grabener (mechanical), GMG (handling equipment).
Global Mechanical Press Manufacturer Quickly Designs Giant Machines

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