A hydraulic press is a machine that uses pistons and fluid to multiply the applied force. They are used in the metalworking industry to compress, cut and shape metals.
The uniform pressure generated by the pump and hydraulic oil is transferred through the oil to a cylindrical piston.
Hydraulic presses allow higher forces to be obtained than those exerted, but reduce the speed and length of displacement. The ability to create long workpieces is an advantage of hydraulic presses in the forming process.
Within the variation of hydraulic presses, we can have motorized workshop presses, gooseneck presses, drawing and stamping presses, straightening presses, etc…