At Exapro, we offer a wide selection of high-quality, used eccentric presses, meticulously selected and tested to ensure optimum performance. Our inventory includes machines from leading manufacturers like Schuler, AIDA, Amada, Komatsu, SEYI, Chin Fong, Bruderer, Schuler AG, and Stamtec. Our eccentric presses range in price from €10,000 to €39,000, representing a significant saving compared to new models, and an opportunity for a rewarding investment into your business's future. Regardless of your specific requirements, we are committed to helping you find the best machine for your needs.

Eccentric presses are a staple in various industrial sectors, from automotive to aerospace, and from electronics to construction. These versatile machines deliver excellent accuracy, robustness, durability, and adaptability, making them an invaluable asset for any business involved in metal forming processes. Key parameters, including pressing capacity, stroke length and rate, shut height, slide adjustment, bed size, bolster plate thickness, drive power, and overall dimensions, define their capabilities and compatibility with specific tasks.

Raster 180 NL4S 180t Eccentric press

Year: 1978

Power in tons 180 T
Table width 900 mm
Motor power 40 kW
Table length 1500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 110

BALCONI MT-DMR 200-83 Eccentric press

Year: 1983

Power in tons 200 T
Table width 650 mm
Table length 550 mm
Ram stroke 180 mm

IMV DFL 150T Eccentric press

Year: 1980

Power in tons 150 T
Table width 1000 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 54
Table length 1030 mm
Ram stroke 150 mm
Distance between columns 650 mm

SICMI PCL 100 A Eccentric press

Year: 2017

Power in tons 100 T
Table width 600 mm
Distance between columns 1000 mm
Table length 800 mm
Ram stroke 500 mm
Motor power 4 kW

PMB EPFT 100 Eccentric press

Year: 2002

Power in tons 100 T
Table width 590 mm
Table length 780 mm
Ram stroke 120 mm

Ross 63R 4 Eccentric press

Year: 2000

Power in tons 63 T
Nbr of strokes/min 76
Ram stroke 119 mm
Motor power 0 kW

Aksut 220 Ton Eccentric Press Hot deal

Year: 2009

Power in tons 220 T
Table width 885 mm
Table length 1410 mm

WMW PEE 400-I Eccentric Single Column Press

Year: 1980

Power in tons 400 T
Table width 750 mm
Motor power 13 kW
Table length 1250 mm
Ram stroke 140 mm

Eccentric press Müller PDE 100 RF-HK

Year: 2000

Power in tons 100 T
Nbr of strokes/min 55
Ram stroke 330 mm
Motor power 11 kW

INGYU IHD 125 Eccentric press

Year: 1992

Power in tons 125 T
Table width 600 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 700
Table length 1200 mm
Ram stroke 29 mm

Zeulenroda Raster PDA 100 Eccentric press

Year: 1995

Power in tons 100 T
Table width 710 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 200
Table length 1200 mm
Ram stroke 82 mm
Motor power 18.5 kW

WMW PEE I 250 Eccentric Press

Year: 1981

Power in tons 250 T
Table width 750 mm
Motor power 23 kW
Table length 1000 mm
Ram stroke 126 mm

Used Benelli PE2M Eccentric press

Year: 1975

Power in tons 400 T
Table width 1510 mm
Distance between columns 2530 mm
Table length 2510 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20
Motor power 44.74273 kW

Milco 315 Ton H Type Eccentric Press

Year: 1999

Power in tons 315 T
Table width 1250 mm
Table length 2470 mm

Excentric Press VSS LE 250 C


Power in tons 250 T
Table width 800 mm
Table length 1120 mm
Ram stroke 30 mm

Excentric Press WMW PEE III 160

Year: 1990

Power in tons 160 T
Table width 760 mm
Table length 1200 mm

Taci Arrasate PSR 100 Double Column Eccentric Press

Year: 1985

Power in tons 100 T
Table width 640 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 100
Table length 1000 mm
Ram stroke 90 mm
Distance between columns 610 mm

Erfurt 800 Ton Eccentric Press

Year: 1979

Power in tons 800 T
Table width 1600 mm
Table length 2850 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 45

Weingarten ER 63 Eccentric Press

Year: 1964

Power in tons 63 T
Table width 620 mm
Distance between columns 415 mm
Table length 500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 65
Motor power 5.5 kW

Šmeral LENP 63 Eccentric press

Year: 1973

Power in tons 63 T
Table width 500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 63
Table length 750 mm
Ram stroke 124 mm
Motor power 5.5 kW

Harnessing Power and Precision: An Introduction to Eccentric Presses and Crank Presses

Eccentric presses, sometimes known as crank presses, are commonplace in industry. They fall under the broad range of machines that make up our Metal - Presses/ Forging category here at Exapro, your go-to source for used industrial equipment. In sheet metal working procedures, primarily punching, forming, and drawing, these adaptable machines are renowned for their sturdy design and precision.

The heart of an eccentric press is the eccentric shaft, or 'crank'. By converting rotary motion into linear motion, these machines provide great force in a controllable, repeatable manner. The crankshaft and the connecting rod work together, making eccentric presses a compelling choice for intricate processes that demand precise control and consistent results.

Eccentric presses are lauded for their robustness and longevity. These machines are designed to withstand high production rates and extensive wear and tear, making them a sensible investment for many industrial operations.

With varying capacities typically ranging from 5 to 250 tonnes, there's an eccentric press suitable for almost any application, from small, detailed pieces to larger, heavy-duty operations.

Why Choose Used Eccentric Presses from Exapro?

At Exapro, we take great pride in offering a comprehensive selection of high-quality, used eccentric presses. By choosing used machinery, businesses can secure top-quality, reliable equipment at a fraction of the cost of new models, aiding in both cost-effectiveness and sustainability.

Every machine listed on our platform has been thoroughly checked to ensure they meet our stringent quality standards. Moreover, we offer detailed descriptions and specifications, so you can make an informed decision on the best machine for your needs.

Purchasing used industrial machinery, like eccentric presses or crank presses, is an excellent way to upgrade your operations while staying within your budget. At Exapro, we make it our business to ensure our clients get the best value for their money.

Our portfolio of used eccentric presses spans a diverse price range, typically between €10,000 and €39,000. This broad spectrum is a reflection of varying machine capacities, brands, age, condition, and levels of automation.

We understand the importance of ongoing support and advice, and our dedicated team is always on hand to help you navigate our inventory and select the ideal machinery for your specific requirements.

Whether you're in the automotive industry, electronics, construction, or any field where metal forming is essential, eccentric presses are an invaluable asset. They offer exceptional precision, durability, and adaptability.

Choose your next eccentric press from Exapro and harness the power of reliable, used industrial machinery for your business. With Exapro, you'll get not only a machine, but a trustworthy partner dedicated to making your industrial processes more efficient and cost-effective.


Advantages of Eccentric presses

Eccentric presses are highly prized in many industrial industries because of their various benefits. The following are some of the main advantages of these adaptable machines:

High precision: Eccentric presses have a reputation for having exceptional precision. They provide dependable performance that enables highly accurate punching and moulding, guaranteeing that each piece adheres to strict standards.

Robustness and Durability: Built to withstand heavy use, eccentric presses are remarkably durable. The mechanical components are designed for longevity, making these machines a long-term investment that can withstand the rigours of industrial production processes.

Versatility: With a wide range of capacities and configurations available, eccentric presses can be used for a broad array of applications. Whether your operations involve small, intricate parts or larger components, there's likely an eccentric press that's well-suited to the task.

Efficiency: Eccentric presses offer fast and efficient production capabilities. They can be set up to operate at high speeds, significantly boosting productivity.

Cost-effectiveness: Given their durability and long lifespan, eccentric presses represent a cost-effective investment. This is particularly true when buying used machines, which can offer excellent value.

Ease of Maintenance: Despite their complexity, eccentric presses are relatively straightforward to maintain. Regular lubrication and inspection can keep these machines running smoothly for many years.

Adaptability: Many eccentric presses can be integrated with other machinery or automation systems. This flexibility can lead to more streamlined, efficient production processes.

At Exapro, we offer a wide range of used eccentric presses, each vetted for quality and performance, ensuring you reap all these benefits and more.


Main machine parameters of Eccentric presses

Eccentric presses, or crank presses, have a range of key parameters that are crucial in determining their functionality, compatibility with certain operations, and overall performance. These include:

Pressing Capacity: This denotes the maximum force that the press can exert, typically measured in tonnes. It's a key indicator of what tasks the press can handle, with higher capacities suitable for heavier duty operations.

Stroke Length: This is the distance the press's ram can travel, which influences the depth of forming or punching that the machine can achieve.

Stroke Rate: Also known as the number of strokes per minute, this measures how quickly the press can perform its operations. A higher stroke rate can lead to increased productivity.

Shut Height: This is the distance from the bottom of the slide to the surface of the bed when the slide is at its uppermost position and the adjustment is at the lower limit.

Slide Adjustment: This parameter indicates the adjustable range of the slide, which influences how adaptable the press is to different tasks.

Bed Size: The dimensions of the bed (length and width) determine the size of workpieces the press can accommodate.

Bolster Plate Thickness: This refers to the thickness of the plate on which the workpiece is placed. A thicker plate can provide more stability for heavy workpieces.

Drive Power: The motor power of the press, usually in kilowatts (kW), influences the performance of the machine and the energy consumption.

Weight and Dimensions: The overall size and weight of the press may affect its placement within a workspace and can influence transportation costs.

These parameters can vary significantly from one eccentric press to another, making it crucial to understand your specific requirements before making a purchase. At Exapro, we provide detailed specifications for every machine, so you can make an informed decision about the best fit for your operations.


Area of use

Eccentric presses or crank presses are used across a multitude of sectors due to their versatility and ability to produce precise, repeatable results. They are primarily utilized in any operation requiring the deformation or transformation of metal sheets. Here are some of the main areas of use for these machines:

Automotive Industry: Eccentric presses are indispensable in the manufacturing of automotive components. They are used to form and shape various parts, such as body panels, engine components, and other metal parts.

Aerospace Industry: These presses are used for precise forming and shaping of aerospace components, where accuracy and repeatability are vital.

Electronics Industry: In electronics manufacturing, eccentric presses are used to form metal casings and other small, intricate parts.

Construction Industry: Metal components used in construction, such as brackets, fittings, and panels, are often formed using eccentric presses.

Metalworking Shops: Smaller operations, like metalworking shops, use these machines for a variety of tasks, from creating custom parts to repairing existing components.

Appliance Manufacturing: Many parts used in home and commercial appliances are formed using eccentric presses.

Packaging Industry: Eccentric presses are used to create various metal components used in packaging machinery and packaging materials.

Machinery Manufacturing: Many components of industrial machinery are produced using eccentric presses, making them vital in this sector.

In essence, any industry that involves the shaping or forming of metal components can potentially benefit from the use of eccentric presses. Their robustness, precision, and versatility make them a valuable addition to many manufacturing and production environments.


Main Manufacturers of Eccentric presses

There are numerous manufacturers worldwide known for producing high-quality eccentric presses or crank presses. Some of the most reputable include:

Schuler: Based in Germany, Schuler is a leading manufacturer of forming technology, offering a range of crank presses and other related machinery.

AIDA: A Japanese company, AIDA is globally recognized for its innovative and high-quality mechanical stamping presses, including eccentric presses.

Amada: Another Japanese company, Amada, is renowned for its precision machinery, which includes eccentric presses.

Komatsu: Also based in Japan, Komatsu is a multinational corporation that manufactures a wide array of industrial machinery, including presses.

SEYI: This Taiwanese manufacturer produces a range of presses for different applications, including eccentric presses.

Chin Fong: Another Taiwan-based company, Chin Fong, is one of the largest manufacturers of metal forming machinery in the world.

Bruderer: A Swiss company known for its high-speed presses and system solutions for punching and forming.

Schuler AG: This German manufacturer is one of the world's largest suppliers of high-quality eccentric presses and other forming technologies.

Stamtec: With operations in the U.S. and Asia, Stamtec offers a range of metal stamping and forming solutions, including eccentric presses.

It's worth noting that many of these manufacturers' machines can be found used on Exapro's marketplace, offering a cost-effective way to obtain high-quality, reliable machinery.