Membrane presses are transfer presses with a special inflatable work table. An air connection on the worktable fills it with compressed air. The worktable presses against the heating plate during the pressing process. Do the textiles have irregularities such as seams, buttons, zippers etc.? No problem for membrane presses, because they compensate for such unevenness. Since the complete textile can be mounted on the Fuchs membrane presses, positioning is much easier. Particularly when applying small motifs, such as breast logos, press edges often appear. If you use a membrane press instead of a conventional transfer press, these press edges are significantly smaller. The highlight: Fuchs membrane presses can also be used as conventional transfer presses by deactivating the membrane function. To do this, simply replace the membrane plate with a standard worktop. This can be very useful because some textiles have non-heat resistant materials, which makes it necessary to use a smaller standard worktop.
Transfer presses are available as manual, pneumatic, hydraulic or electromagnetic solutions. A distinction is made between toggle presses, swivel presses and linear presses. The selection is large and many ask themselves, which is the right one for my purpose? Unfortunately, there is no general answer to this question. That depends on many factors. Therefore you will find on this page an overview of all transfer presses as well as their advantages and disadvantages.
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Thanks to the modular design of the Fuchs transfer presses, wear parts can usually be easily replaced by the operator himself. However, if a major repair is due, our experts will do it for you in our workshop within a short period of time.