Automatic transfer presses usually use the principle of pneumatics to function. There are automatic transfer presses that work with air pressure. These variants require a compressor for this purpose. A compressed air cylinder is used inside the press. This is operated with the air pressure generated by the compressor. This starts the pressing process. The heating plate is pressed to the rigid base plate. A manometer helps to set the pressure in bar very precisely. The pressing time is set in advance. Once this time has elapsed, the press opens automatically. Most of the automatic pneumatic transfer presses have additional functions. This can be, for example, an automatic swivelling function or a pre-pressing time, so that the user can have further work done. These presses are equipped with one base plate or even two base plates. As a rule, they can be expanded thanks to exchangeable base and heating plates. Some models can also be converted into capping presses.
That depends on several factors. Let us briefly review: Transfer presses are available as manual, pneumatic, hydraulic or electromagnetic solutions. These are also differentiated into toggle presses, swivel presses and linear presses. Depending on the application, some presses are better suited, others less so. In order to find the right transfer press for your application, we offer you a telephone consultation. Here on our site you will find an overview of all transfer presses as well as their advantages and disadvantages for a first impression.
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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.