STANDARD H4M-200Ton Minting Press - Coin & Medal Manufacturing press - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD H4M-200 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press

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*Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and include Sea Freight to most ports

Description

Introducing the STANDARD H4M-200 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press 

The H4M-200-Ton Minting Press represents the pinnacle of precision and durability in the field of coin and medal production. Engineered for efficiency and unparalleled accuracy, this heavy-duty press is designed to meet the rigorous demands of high-volume minting operations.

Key Features:

  1. High-Tonnage Capacity: With a formidable 200-ton pressing force, this press can handle a wide range of minting requirements, from intricate coins to larger commemorative medals.
  2. Advanced Control System: Equipped with a state-of-the-art control system, the UltraForge ensures precision in every strike. Its user-friendly interface allows for easy adjustment of pressing parameters to suit different designs and materials.
  3. Manual Feeding System:Control the pace at which you produce. Optional automatic feeding system is available.
  4. Robust Construction: Built to last, the STANDARD H4M-200 features a reinforced frame and components made from high-grade materials, ensuring long-term reliability and minimal maintenance requirements.
  5. Energy Efficiency: Incorporating the latest in energy-saving technology, the press operates with optimal efficiency, reducing operational costs.
  6. Safety Features: Safety is paramount in the design of the UltraForge. It includes multiple safety interlocks, emergency stop functions, and a transparent protective shield for operator safety.
    Specifications
    • Rated Pressure - 200Ton (3000kN)
    • Maximum Hydraulic Pressure - 22Mpa
    • Maximum Stroke of Slide - 150mm
    • Daylight - 380mm
    • Ejector - Yes
    • Speed of Slide
      • Approach - 100mm/s
      • Return - 100mm/s
    • Table Height - 1150mm (bottom of stroke)
    • Table Size
      • Left to Right - 500mm
      • Front to Back - 520mm
    • Main Motor Power -5.5kW
    • Weight - 2400kg
    • Dimensions - 1150x1050x1840mm
      Delivery

      Delivery is 10-14 Weeks from Deposit



      How to Use a Minting Press

      Step 1: Preparation

      1. Safety Check: Ensure that all safety guards are in place and the emergency stop function is operational.
      2. Material Preparation: Select and prepare the metal blanks (planchets) for minting. Ensure they are of the correct size and material for your coin or medal design.

      Step 2: Setting Up the Press

      1. Power Up:** Turn on the power supply to the press, ensuring it's connected to the appropriate voltage.
      2. Load the Dies: Carefully install the obverse and reverse dies into the press. Make sure they are properly aligned and secured.
      3. Set Pressing Force:** Adjust the pressing force to the desired level, based on the material and design requirements. This is typically done via the control panel.

      Step 3: Programming the Press

      1. Input Design Specifications: Using the control system, input the specifications for your minting project, including strike pressure, speed, and number of strikes per blank.
      2. Test Run: Conduct a test run with a few blanks to ensure the dies are properly aligned and the press settings are correct.

      Step 4: Minting Operation

      1. Feed Blanks: Place the metal blanks into the feeder. The automatic feeding system will transport them into position between the dies.
      2. Start Minting: Initiate the minting process. The press will strike the blanks with the set force, imprinting the design from the dies onto the metal.
      3. Monitor Operation: Regularly monitor the operation to ensure consistent quality. Make adjustments as necessary.

      Step 5: Quality Control

      1. Inspect Coins/Medals: After minting, inspect the finished products for quality and consistency. Check for any defects or misalignments.
      2. Adjustments: If necessary, make further adjustments to the press settings and repeat the test runs until the desired quality is achieved.

      Step 6: Post-Operation Procedures

      1. Power Down: Once minting is complete, power down the press.
      2. Clean the Dies and Press: Remove the dies and clean them thoroughly. Also, clean any metal shavings or debris from the press.
      3. Maintenance Check: Perform any routine maintenance as specified in the manufacturer's manual.

      Step 7: Record Keeping

      1. Document Production: Keep records of the production run, including the number of items minted, any issues encountered, and adjustments made. This information is valuable for future minting projects.


      Safety Note: Always follow the manufacturer's safety guidelines and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when operating the press.

      Maintenance Tip: Regular maintenance is crucial for the longevity and optimal performance of the minting press. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for scheduled maintenance and inspections.

      Remember, specific models of minting presses may have additional or different steps based on their unique features and capabilities. Always refer to the user manual specific to your model for the most accurate guidance.

      Description

      Introducing the STANDARD H4M-200 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press 

      The H4M-200-Ton Minting Press represents the pinnacle of precision and durability in the field of coin and medal production. Engineered for efficiency and unparalleled accuracy, this heavy-duty press is designed to meet the rigorous demands of high-volume minting operations.

      Key Features:

      1. High-Tonnage Capacity: With a formidable 200-ton pressing force, this press can handle a wide range of minting requirements, from intricate coins to larger commemorative medals.
      2. Advanced Control System: Equipped with a state-of-the-art control system, the UltraForge ensures precision in every strike. Its user-friendly interface allows for easy adjustment of pressing parameters to suit different designs and materials.
      3. Manual Feeding System:Control the pace at which you produce. Optional automatic feeding system is available.
      4. Robust Construction: Built to last, the STANDARD H4M-200 features a reinforced frame and components made from high-grade materials, ensuring long-term reliability and minimal maintenance requirements.
      5. Energy Efficiency: Incorporating the latest in energy-saving technology, the press operates with optimal efficiency, reducing operational costs.
      6. Safety Features: Safety is paramount in the design of the UltraForge. It includes multiple safety interlocks, emergency stop functions, and a transparent protective shield for operator safety.
        Specifications
        • Rated Pressure - 200Ton (3000kN)
        • Maximum Hydraulic Pressure - 22Mpa
        • Maximum Stroke of Slide - 150mm
        • Daylight - 380mm
        • Ejector - Yes
        • Speed of Slide
          • Approach - 100mm/s
          • Return - 100mm/s
        • Table Height - 1150mm (bottom of stroke)
        • Table Size
          • Left to Right - 500mm
          • Front to Back - 520mm
        • Main Motor Power -5.5kW
        • Weight - 2400kg
        • Dimensions - 1150x1050x1840mm
          Delivery

          Delivery is 10-14 Weeks from Deposit



          How to Use a Minting Press

          Step 1: Preparation

          1. Safety Check: Ensure that all safety guards are in place and the emergency stop function is operational.
          2. Material Preparation: Select and prepare the metal blanks (planchets) for minting. Ensure they are of the correct size and material for your coin or medal design.

          Step 2: Setting Up the Press

          1. Power Up:** Turn on the power supply to the press, ensuring it's connected to the appropriate voltage.
          2. Load the Dies: Carefully install the obverse and reverse dies into the press. Make sure they are properly aligned and secured.
          3. Set Pressing Force:** Adjust the pressing force to the desired level, based on the material and design requirements. This is typically done via the control panel.

          Step 3: Programming the Press

          1. Input Design Specifications: Using the control system, input the specifications for your minting project, including strike pressure, speed, and number of strikes per blank.
          2. Test Run: Conduct a test run with a few blanks to ensure the dies are properly aligned and the press settings are correct.

          Step 4: Minting Operation

          1. Feed Blanks: Place the metal blanks into the feeder. The automatic feeding system will transport them into position between the dies.
          2. Start Minting: Initiate the minting process. The press will strike the blanks with the set force, imprinting the design from the dies onto the metal.
          3. Monitor Operation: Regularly monitor the operation to ensure consistent quality. Make adjustments as necessary.

          Step 5: Quality Control

          1. Inspect Coins/Medals: After minting, inspect the finished products for quality and consistency. Check for any defects or misalignments.
          2. Adjustments: If necessary, make further adjustments to the press settings and repeat the test runs until the desired quality is achieved.

          Step 6: Post-Operation Procedures

          1. Power Down: Once minting is complete, power down the press.
          2. Clean the Dies and Press: Remove the dies and clean them thoroughly. Also, clean any metal shavings or debris from the press.
          3. Maintenance Check: Perform any routine maintenance as specified in the manufacturer's manual.

          Step 7: Record Keeping

          1. Document Production: Keep records of the production run, including the number of items minted, any issues encountered, and adjustments made. This information is valuable for future minting projects.


          Safety Note: Always follow the manufacturer's safety guidelines and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when operating the press.

          Maintenance Tip: Regular maintenance is crucial for the longevity and optimal performance of the minting press. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for scheduled maintenance and inspections.

          Remember, specific models of minting presses may have additional or different steps based on their unique features and capabilities. Always refer to the user manual specific to your model for the most accurate guidance.

          *Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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          Description

          Introducing the STANDARD H4M-200 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press 

          The H4M-200-Ton Minting Press represents the pinnacle of precision and durability in the field of coin and medal production. Engineered for efficiency and unparalleled accuracy, this heavy-duty press is designed to meet the rigorous demands of high-volume minting operations.

          Key Features:

          1. High-Tonnage Capacity: With a formidable 200-ton pressing force, this press can handle a wide range of minting requirements, from intricate coins to larger commemorative medals.
          2. Advanced Control System: Equipped with a state-of-the-art control system, the UltraForge ensures precision in every strike. Its user-friendly interface allows for easy adjustment of pressing parameters to suit different designs and materials.
          3. Manual Feeding System: Control the pace at which you produce. Optional automatic feeding system is available.
          4. Robust Construction: Built to last, the STANDARD H4M-200 features a reinforced frame and components made from high-grade materials, ensuring long-term reliability and minimal maintenance requirements.
          5. Energy Efficiency: Incorporating the latest in energy-saving technology, the press operates with optimal efficiency, reducing operational costs.
          6. Safety Features: Safety is paramount in the design of the UltraForge. It includes multiple safety interlocks, emergency stop functions, and a transparent protective shield for operator safety.
            Specifications
            • Rated Pressure - 200Ton (3000kN)
            • Maximum Hydraulic Pressure - 22Mpa
            • Maximum Stroke of Slide - 150mm
            • Daylight - 380mm
            • Ejector - Yes
            • Speed of Slide
              • Approach - 100mm/s
              • Return - 100mm/s
            • Table Height - 1150mm (bottom of stroke)
            • Table Size
              • Left to Right - 500mm
              • Front to Back - 520mm
            • Main Motor Power -5.5kW
            • Weight - 2400kg
            • Dimensions - 1150x1050x1840mm
              Delivery

              Delivery is 10-14 Weeks from Deposit



              How to Use a Minting Press

              Step 1: Preparation

              1. Safety Check: Ensure that all safety guards are in place and the emergency stop function is operational.
              2. Material Preparation: Select and prepare the metal blanks (planchets) for minting. Ensure they are of the correct size and material for your coin or medal design.

              Step 2: Setting Up the Press

              1. Power Up:** Turn on the power supply to the press, ensuring it's connected to the appropriate voltage.
              2. Load the Dies: Carefully install the obverse and reverse dies into the press. Make sure they are properly aligned and secured.
              3. Set Pressing Force:** Adjust the pressing force to the desired level, based on the material and design requirements. This is typically done via the control panel.

              Step 3: Programming the Press

              1. Input Design Specifications: Using the control system, input the specifications for your minting project, including strike pressure, speed, and number of strikes per blank.
              2. Test Run: Conduct a test run with a few blanks to ensure the dies are properly aligned and the press settings are correct.

              Step 4: Minting Operation

              1. Feed Blanks: Place the metal blanks into the feeder. The automatic feeding system will transport them into position between the dies.
              2. Start Minting: Initiate the minting process. The press will strike the blanks with the set force, imprinting the design from the dies onto the metal.
              3. Monitor Operation: Regularly monitor the operation to ensure consistent quality. Make adjustments as necessary.

              Step 5: Quality Control

              1. Inspect Coins/Medals: After minting, inspect the finished products for quality and consistency. Check for any defects or misalignments.
              2. Adjustments: If necessary, make further adjustments to the press settings and repeat the test runs until the desired quality is achieved.

              Step 6: Post-Operation Procedures

              1. Power Down: Once minting is complete, power down the press.
              2. Clean the Dies and Press: Remove the dies and clean them thoroughly. Also, clean any metal shavings or debris from the press.
              3. Maintenance Check: Perform any routine maintenance as specified in the manufacturer's manual.

              Step 7: Record Keeping

              1. Document Production: Keep records of the production run, including the number of items minted, any issues encountered, and adjustments made. This information is valuable for future minting projects.


              Safety Note: Always follow the manufacturer's safety guidelines and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when operating the press.

              Maintenance Tip: Regular maintenance is crucial for the longevity and optimal performance of the minting press. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for scheduled maintenance and inspections.

              Remember, specific models of minting presses may have additional or different steps based on their unique features and capabilities. Always refer to the user manual specific to your model for the most accurate guidance.

              *Information shown may differ or change without warning*