16 TON HYDRAULIC PRESS SPECS:
- Dimensions: 24" x 28" x 80"
- No foundation needed
- 110v 20 amp
- 8” Stroke - 11.25” daylight
- Speed: 1.6 IPS
- Hand and Foot Pedal gives the operator full control while forging
- Incredibly Quiet in use, great for small shops with neighbors
- On Casters for easy mobility around the workshop
LEAD TIME: 2 - 4 WKS
Our 16 ton forging press is built with the small shop in mind, simply roll the press out when in use and back out of the way when you are done. No foundation of any kind needed. Running on any 110v 20 amp outlet allows you to take the press anywhere in the shop and even outside with an appropriately sized extension cord. Because the press is so quiet in use there is little concern working in a residential setting. Check out our videos to see that while our press is compact and runs on 110v power, it is surprisingly powerful and allows for a massive increase in the size of material forge-able in your shop.
Included with your new machine is a set of our most versatile forging dies - the combo dies. These allow you to effortlessly move from drawing out your material to bringing it back to square and clean on the flats.
Our Quik-Change Dies allow for fast and easy die changing during forging, while our graphite bronze wear components give long service life with no lubrication needed for the life of the unit.
If you are a home user or hobbyist the 1018 Cold Rolled dies will be perfectly adequate. After some time forging they will show wear, but are easy to clean up with a grinder and get back to work. When they completely wear out, a new set is inexpensive to replace them with. If you are working hard materials, or forging regularly the H13 dies come ready to work. They resist deformation well and will give a long service life before needing dressed.
COLORS SHOWN are representative of the final color but will look different from screen to screen.
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Presses are shipped by truck freight with a liftgate. A semi must be able to get to your location for delivery.