Metal - Used stamping presses 117

Subcategories


Power in tons 500 T
Table width 1500 mm
Table length 2800 mm
Motor power 55 kW

Type Mechanical
Table length 540 mm
Ram stroke 38 mm
Power in tons 25 T
Table width 530 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 1500

Type Hydraulic
Table length 3250 mm
Ram stroke 1000 mm
Power in tons 650 T
Table width 2000 mm

Power in tons 200 T
Table width 1350 mm
Motor power 30 kW
Table length 1100 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 350

Type Mechanical
Table length 1950 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 40
Power in tons 6300 T
Ram stroke 400 mm
Motor power 400 kW

Type Hydraulic
Table length 4275 mm
Ram stroke 600 mm
Power in tons 1000 T
Table width 2100 mm

Type Mechanical
Table length 2500 mm
Ram stroke 400 mm
Power in tons 250 T
Table width 1250 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 25

Type Mechanical
Table length 3150 mm
Ram stroke 630 mm
Power in tons 500 T
Table width 1700 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 15

Year: -

Location: Italy

€43,500


Type Mechanical
Table length 2130 mm
Ram stroke 300 mm
Power in tons 300 T
Table width 1370 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20

Year: -

Location: Italy

€33,500


Type Hydraulic
Table length 1524 mm
Ram stroke 203 mm
Power in tons 300 T
Table width 864 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 30

Year: -

Location: Italy

€39,000


Type Mechanical
Table length 2600 mm
Power in tons 350 T
Table width 1350 mm

Type Mechanical
Table length 1200 mm
Ram stroke 1000 mm
Power in tons 400 T
Table width 1000 mm
Purchasing a used stamping press can offer value for money and a greater range of products to chose from when compared with the market for new presses. However, the increased variety of stamping presses on the used equipment market can make the purchase decision more challenging.

Factors such as machinery age and running hours, not applicable on a new machine purchase, add to the complexity already inherent in a stamping press purchase. To begin, detail your requirements - final product dimensions, weight etc. - and match these to specifications for your stamping press, including:
  • Tonnage rating - most fall in the 40 - 1000 ton range, not to be confused with energy generated by flywheel or equipment weight
  • Dimension of bed/table
  • RPM (revolutions per minute)
  • SPM (strokes per minute)
  • Drive power
  • Slide stroke
The variety of used stamping presses available is also increased due to customization and supplementary components which are often present in used machines. These deviations from the original manufacturer's specification can often be omitted from a used equipment description and have a profound impact on press performance. The following questions cover some examples where stamping press customization should be investigated prior to purchase:
  • Is a die holder/cushion included?
  • Is an automatic lubrication system included?
  • Are all electrical controls in working order?
  • What is the weight of the press?
  • What are the dimensions of the press?
Having established a comprehensive set of requirements and matched these to the specifications of a used stamping press, it is important to verify the information provided in a production demo. This is ideally performed in person, but in the case of international purchases many buyers rely on a video of the machine in operation.
Purchasing a used stamping press can offer value for money and a greater range of products to chose from when compared with the market for new presses. However, the increased variety of stamping presses on the used equipment market can make the purchase decision more challenging.

Factors such as machinery age and running hours, not applicable on a new machine purchase, add to the complexity already inherent in a stamping press purchase. To begin, detail your requirements - final product dimensions, weight etc. - and match these to specifications for your stamping press, including:
  • Tonnage rating - most fall in the 40 - 1000 ton range, not to be confused with energy generated by flywheel or equipment weight
  • Dimension of bed/table
  • RPM (revolutions per minute)
  • SPM (strokes per minute)
  • Drive power
  • Slide stroke
The variety of used stamping presses available is also increased due to customization and supplementary components which are often present in used machines. These deviations from the original manufacturer's specification can often be omitted from a used equipment description and have a profound impact on press performance. The following questions cover some examples where stamping press customization should be investigated prior to purchase:
  • Is a die holder/cushion included?
  • Is an automatic lubrication system included?
  • Are all electrical controls in working order?
  • What is the weight of the press?
  • What are the dimensions of the press?
Having established a comprehensive set of requirements and matched these to the specifications of a used stamping press, it is important to verify the information provided in a production demo. This is ideally performed in person, but in the case of international purchases many buyers rely on a video of the machine in operation.
Purchasing a used stamping press can offer value for money and a greater range of products to chose from when compared with the market for new presses. However, the increased variety of stamping presses on the used equipment market can make the purchase decision more challenging.

Factors such as machinery age and running hours, not applicable on a new machine purchase, add to the complexity already inherent in a stamping press purchase. To begin, detail your requirements - final product dimensions, weight etc. - and match these to specifications for your stamping press, including:
  • Tonnage rating - most fall in the 40 - 1000 ton range, not to be confused with energy generated by flywheel or equipment weight
  • Dimension of bed/table
  • RPM (revolutions per minute)
  • SPM (strokes per minute)
  • Drive power
  • Slide stroke
The variety of used stamping presses available is also increased due to customization and supplementary components which are often present in used machines. These deviations from the original manufacturer's specification can often be omitted from a used equipment description and have a profound impact on press performance. The following questions cover some examples where stamping press customization should be investigated prior to purchase:
  • Is a die holder/cushion included?
  • Is an automatic lubrication system included?
  • Are all electrical controls in working order?
  • What is the weight of the press?
  • What are the dimensions of the press?
Having established a comprehensive set of requirements and matched these to the specifications of a used stamping press, it is important to verify the information provided in a production demo. This is ideally performed in person, but in the case of international purchases many buyers rely on a video of the machine in operation.