Unforgiving in every right, press tools are a great way to support and assess the variability of systems in the metal and processing industry. One of the primary applications of all time, these tools have also evolved over the years, to include various types and process variables that have today made them very advanced. Commonly used tools which are major components of press working are punches and dies. Punch is an important part of the system which is fastened to the ram and forced into the die where work piece to be processed is supported. Die is a work holding device, designed specifically for a particular design of a product. Die is rigidly held on the base of the press. Die carries an opening which is perfectly aligned with the punch and its movement. Both die and punch work together as a unit and this is called a die set. Punch and die both are made of high speed steel. Die is the part where strength and wear resistant both properties are required. So normally working surface of the die is made of satellite or cemented carbide.
With a robust frame that is established with heavy cross ribbed parts to ensure maximum durability, the C Type Press is an innovative solution to the original Press Tools of yesteryears. With heavy alloys finished with ground, these tools not only create the environment for a perfect consonance, but also provide elongated use and smooth functioning over the years.
These machines are also built in with an adjustable stroke formation, in a way that allows the machine to complete blank strokes with ease, a feature that has been hitherto missing from most devices. The Ram Slide itself is also made of high grade casting that gives much longer life of die and easy operating capability. The timed brake feature is also out-centred with respect to the plate making it sufficiently cast and easy to operate.