press slide

press slide

[′pres ‚slīd]
(mechanical engineering)
The reciprocating member of a power press on which the punch and upper die are fastened.
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05 m, practiced sports disciplines: soccer, n=8; boxing, n=3; power-lifting, volleyball, basketball, swimming, tennis, gymnastics, track and field, each with n = 1; all-round sport, n = 2) were initially examined on a leg press slide (Figure 1) (Ertelt and Blickhan, 2009).
Atkinson took a toggle link press system and changed the press slide into a piston and turned it backwards to have the piston drive the crankshaft.
The modular transfer can drive press slides with crank angles offset to one another.