HYDRAULIC PRESS MACHINE

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What is the hydraulic press machine?

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A hydraulic press is a mechanical press that uses a hydraulic cylinder to generate a compressive force. It uses the hydraulic equivalent of a mechanical lever and was also known as the Bramah press by the English inventor Joseph Bramah. He invented and obtained a patent on this press in 1795. While Bramah (who is also known for his toilet development) installed toilets, studied the existing literature on the movement of fluids and put this knowledge in press development.

Definition of hydraulic press

The hydraulic press is a type of machine that uses a liquid as a working medium to transfer energy according to the PASCAL principle in order to realize various techniques. In general, the hydraulic press has three parts: the machine (central computer), the power system and the hydraulic control system.

Brief introduction of the hydraulic press

The hydraulic press (also called hydraulic oil press) is a machine that uses the static pressure of the liquid to treat products made of metal, plastic, rubber, wood and powder. It is often used in pressing processes, such as pressing, stamping, cold extrusion, straightening, bending, clamping, sheet stretching, powder metallurgy, pressing, etc.

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Hydraulic press application

Hydraulic presses are commonly used for forging, riveting, molding, punching, punching, deep drawing and metal forming. [3] [4] With the growth and importance of light weight in the aerospace and automotive sectors, more and more applications are present in thermoplastics, composites, molded sheet composites SMC, RTM resin transfer molding, GMT glass mesh transfer and carbon fiber molding. All these applications require precise control and repeatability.

In many cases, end users must record the data of each stroke to ensure that the parts respond to compliance issues. With I-PRESS Connected Enterprise, users can download and store information piece by piece, including press position, tonnage, speeds, temperatures, location of automation, material feed, out of the rooms, etc.

With the steady growth of lightweight parts for aerospace, automotive applications and many other industries, hydraulic servo-hydraulic and hydraulic presses have become an essential tool for the thermoplastic industries. Also known as compression molding presses, the I-PRESS HYDRO controller for press and automation functions controls the control of mold speed, pressure, position, heating and cooling.

The largest hydraulic press

Fig.3 Forging press with 80,000 ton matrix. The hydraulic press of 80,000 tons has a height of 27 meters in the ground and 15 meters underground, a total height of 42 meters and a total weight of 22,000 tons, which makes it the most powerful hydraulic press and more resistant to the world .

The giant The stamping The hydraulic press is a national strategic team of the treasure class. It symbolizes the strength of heavy industry. Few countries in the world are capable of manufacturing such hydraulic forging press.

Currently, only China, the United States, Russia and France have more than 40,000 tons of forging presses around the world. The United States has built two of the world’s largest 45,000-ton stamping presses, built around 1955, which are still in use today.

In 2001, another 40,000-ton stamping press was built at the Shultz steelworks in California. The Soviet Union built two huge stamping presses around 1961.

France bought 65,000 grams of tons from the Soviet Union in 1976 and developed a 40,000 ton forging press in 2005, in cooperation with Germany.

China’s first 30,000-ton forging press is blocked for almost 40 years after its construction in 1973. Until the last two years, several large presses have been developed explosively.

In 2012 alone, 30,000 tons, 40,000 tons and 80,000 tons of stamping presses were manufactured. The 80,000-ton hydraulic press has broken the Soviet Union’s world record for 51 years.

The forging press is mainly used to manufacture forged parts of high strength titanium / aluminum alloy in the fields of iron and steel. Aerospace, nuclear energy, petrochemical and others.

In the world, any country with a huge printed press is a powerful aeronautical industry. History of the hydraulic press In 1795, the British j. Brammer used the PASCAL principle to create a water press to pack and press vegetable oils. In the mid-nineteenth century, Britain began using hydraulic presses to forge.

The hydraulic press has gradually replaced the very large steam hammer. By the end of the 19th century, the United States had built 126,000 tons of free-casting hydraulic presses. Since then, the world has produced more than 20 sets of forging hydraulic machines, two of which are manufactured in China (see figure 4).

Types of Hydraulic Press Machine

According to the structural form, the hydraulic press machine is mainly divided into:

  • Four-column hydraulic press
  • Single column hydraulic press (C type)
  • Horizontal hydraulic press
  • Vertical frame hydraulic press
  • Universal hydraulic press

If classified by tonnage, the hydraulic press can be divided into:

  • 63T hydraulic press machine
  • 100T hydraulic press machine
  • 150T hydraulic press machine
  • 200T hydraulic press machine
  • 250T hydraulic press machine
  • 300T hydraulic press machine
  • 315T hydraulic press machine
  • 500T hydraulic press machine
  • 630T hydraulic press machine
  • 800T hydraulic press machine

According to the applications, it is mainly divided into metal forming, bending, stretching, punching, powder (metal, non-metal) forming, pressing, extrusion and so on.

Hot forging hydraulic press

As one of the most widely used equipment in the forging industry, the large hydraulic forging machine is able to complete all kinds of free forging technique.At present, there are series of forging hydraulic presses with 800T, 1600T, 2000T, 2500T, 3150T, 4000T and 5000T specifications.

C-frame hydraulic press

Extendable working range, able to lengthen hydraulic cylinder stroke (optional) using three-sided space with max retractability 260mm-800mm. Able to preset working pressure and with heat abstractor device.

Four-column hydraulic press

The four pillar hydraulic press is suitable for pressing the plastic material, like powder products forming, plastic products forming, cold (hot) extrusion metal forming, sheet drawing, transverse pressing, bending, penetration, and correction processes.

The four-column hydraulic press can be divided into the four-column two-beam hydraulic press, four-column three-beam hydraulic press and four-column four-beam hydraulic press.

Two-pillar hydraulic press

This series of products are suitable for pressing, bending and shaping of all kinds of parts, stamping indentation, flanging, punching and light stretching of small parts. And it also suitable for metal powder products forming.

Adopt electric control, with job motion and semi-automatic cycle, can protect the time of pressure delay, and have good sliding block direction, easy operation, easy maintenance, economic durability.

According to the needs of users can add thermal instruments, ejector cylinder, travel display, counting functions.

It is made based on PASCAL’s law and makes use of fluid pressure transmission.

The two-pillar hydraulic press not only has many types but also has a variety of applications.

If classified by the type of liquid that transferring pressure, the two-pillar hydraulic press can be divided into oil press and water press.

The total pressure produced by water is large and is often used for forging and stamping.

The forging press is also divided into two types: die forging water press and free forging water press.

The die forging water press need to use the mold, while the free forging water press does not.

Horizontal hydraulic press

The machine parts can be assembled, disassembled, straightened, compressed, stretched, bent, punched, etc to realize one machine with multi-purpose.

The working table of this machine can move up and down, the size expands the opening and closing height of the machine, making it more convenient to use.