Mechanical swan neck c-frame presses

Mechanical swan neck c-frame presses  

MECHANICAL SWAN NECK C-FRAME PRESSES A general definition of presses in which the uprights or housing are made in the form of a letter C making both ends of the die space accessible. Mechanical presses are used especially in sheet metal processing using the energy produced by a flywheel driven by an electric motor for moving the sled or ram through one or more connecting rods. Are able to exert high pressures and therefore are used to fashion very durable materials and rolling in heavy industry.

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