| Compression Molding, Composites Molding, & Laminating
What Is A Compression Press?
A compression press, also known as a compression molding machine, is a type of hydraulic press that is used to mold fiberglass and composite parts such as boards, composite defense, aerospace products, friction materials, prepregs, silicons, thermosets, laminate boards, and honeycomb panels. Compression molding presses are utilized in a variety of industries such as aerospace, consumer products, industrial, and automotive.Get more news about compressor machine,you can vist our website!
Savages custom-designed molding and laminating presses support a wide range of environments, from lab and R&D to production lines and testing facilities.
The upwards pressing action prevents oil from ever contacting hot surfaces and prevents contamination of sensitive parts.
This 170 ton Up-Acting Two-Opening Press (left) has four (4) 43″ x 40″ heated platens and is used to compress dry sponges. By compacting the base material of their product, this compression molding machine allows our customer to dramatically increase their freight volume per shipment.This 100 ton Down-Acting model (left) is uses 52″ x 30″ electrically heated platens and individual zone controllers with SCR control to emboss the designs into wet ceiling tile board for Armstrong
Available in both up-acting and down-acting models, these compression molding machines have heated platens and are equipped with large beds to handle oversized products.
This 230 ton Bonding Press (left) is installed at the Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc. factory in Memphis.
Multi-opening presses allow you to bond or laminate multiple product during the same dwell time, all without increasing your press tonnage.
This 500 ton Multi-Opening, Up-Acting Bonding Press (left) has four (4) 168″ x 84″ Oil Heated Platens for manufacturing honeycomb panels.