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STANDARD H4M-300 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press

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Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and includes sea freight to most seaports.

Description

Introducing the STANDARD H4M-300 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press 

The H4M-300-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 300-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-300 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
    Description Metric Imperial
    Rated Pressure  300Ton (3000kN) 674,427 lbf
    Hydraulic Pressure 24Mpa 3480.91 psi
    Stroke of Slide  150mm 5.91 in
    Daylight  380mm 14.96 in
    Height of movable working table  1080mm 42.52 in
    Upward speed of movable working table 80mm/sec 3.15 in/sec
    Returning speed of movable table  90mm 3.54 in

    Movable working table size

    Left to Right - 580mm

    Front to Back - 540mm

    Left to Right - 22.83 in

    Front to Back -  21.26 in

    Dimension  1200x1165x1895mm 47.24x45.87x74.61 in
    Motor Power  7.5kw 10.06 hp
    Weight 3300kg 7275.43lbs

     

      Delivery

      Delivery is 10-14 Weeks from Deposit


      How to Use a Minting Press

      Using a minting press involves several steps to ensure proper operation and the creation of high-quality coins or medals. Here's a general guide on how to use a minting press:

      1. Preparation:

      • Ensure the minting press is placed on a stable surface and securely anchored to prevent movement during operation.
      • Check that all necessary materials are prepared, including the metal blanks (planchets), dies, and any lubricants or cleaning materials.

      2. Setting up the Dies:

      • Install the desired dies onto the press. Dies are metal tools with engraved designs that will be used to stamp the image onto the metal blanks.
      • Ensure the dies are properly aligned and securely fastened onto the press.

      3. Adjusting Pressure and Speed:

      • Depending on the type of press, adjust the pressure and speed settings to suit the specific requirements of the minting job.
      • Higher pressure settings are typically used for harder metals, while lower pressure settings may be sufficient for softer metals.

      4. Loading Materials:

      • Place the metal blanks (planchets) onto the lower die or into a feeder mechanism if the press is equipped with one.
      • Ensure the blanks are positioned accurately and securely to prevent misalignment during stamping.

      5. Operating the Press:

      • Start the press according to the manufacturer's instructions. This may involve pressing a button or activating a foot pedal, depending on the press's design.
      • The press will lower the upper die onto the metal blanks, applying pressure to transfer the design onto the surface of the blanks.
      • The press may have automatic or manual controls for lifting the upper die after stamping is complete.

      6. Inspecting the Finished Products:

      • Once the pressing is complete, carefully remove the finished coins or medals from the press.
      • Inspect the quality of the stamped designs to ensure they meet the desired standards. Check for any defects or imperfections that may require adjustments to the press settings.

      7. Maintenance and Cleaning:

      • After use, clean the press and dies thoroughly to remove any residue or debris that may affect future minting operations.
      • Lubricate moving parts as recommended by the manufacturer to ensure smooth operation and prevent premature wear.

      8. Safety Precautions:

      • Always follow safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer when operating the minting press.
      • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, such as gloves and eye protection, to prevent injuries.
      • Keep hands and loose clothing away from moving parts of the press during operation.

      By following these steps and taking necessary safety precautions, you can effectively use a minting press to produce high-quality coins or medals.


      Description

      Introducing the STANDARD H4M-300 4-post Hydraulic Minting Press 

      The H4M-300-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 300-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-300 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
        Description Metric Imperial
        Rated Pressure  300Ton (3000kN) 674,427 lbf
        Hydraulic Pressure 24Mpa 3480.91 psi
        Stroke of Slide  150mm 5.91 in
        Daylight  380mm 14.96 in
        Height of movable working table  1080mm 42.52 in
        Upward speed of movable working table 80mm/sec 3.15 in/sec
        Returning speed of movable table  90mm 3.54 in

        Movable working table size

        Left to Right - 580mm

        Front to Back - 540mm

        Left to Right - 22.83 in

        Front to Back -  21.26 in

        Dimension  1200x1165x1895mm 47.24x45.87x74.61 in
        Motor Power  7.5kw 10.06 hp
        Weight 3300kg 7275.43lbs

         

          Delivery

          Delivery is 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

          How to Use a Minting Press

          Using a minting press involves several steps to ensure proper operation and the creation of high-quality coins or medals. Here's a general guide on how to use a minting press:

          1. Preparation:

          • Ensure the minting press is placed on a stable surface and securely anchored to prevent movement during operation.
          • Check that all necessary materials are prepared, including the metal blanks (planchets), dies, and any lubricants or cleaning materials.

          2. Setting up the Dies:

          • Install the desired dies onto the press. Dies are metal tools with engraved designs that will be used to stamp the image onto the metal blanks.
          • Ensure the dies are properly aligned and securely fastened onto the press.

          3. Adjusting Pressure and Speed:

          • Depending on the type of press, adjust the pressure and speed settings to suit the specific requirements of the minting job.
          • Higher pressure settings are typically used for harder metals, while lower pressure settings may be sufficient for softer metals.

          4. Loading Materials:

          • Place the metal blanks (planchets) onto the lower die or into a feeder mechanism if the press is equipped with one.
          • Ensure the blanks are positioned accurately and securely to prevent misalignment during stamping.

          5. Operating the Press:

          • Start the press according to the manufacturer's instructions. This may involve pressing a button or activating a foot pedal, depending on the press's design.
          • The press will lower the upper die onto the metal blanks, applying pressure to transfer the design onto the surface of the blanks.
          • The press may have automatic or manual controls for lifting the upper die after stamping is complete.

          6. Inspecting the Finished Products:

          • Once the pressing is complete, carefully remove the finished coins or medals from the press.
          • Inspect the quality of the stamped designs to ensure they meet the desired standards. Check for any defects or imperfections that may require adjustments to the press settings.

          7. Maintenance and Cleaning:

          • After use, clean the press and dies thoroughly to remove any residue or debris that may affect future minting operations.
          • Lubricate moving parts as recommended by the manufacturer to ensure smooth operation and prevent premature wear.

          8. Safety Precautions:

          • Always follow safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer when operating the minting press.
          • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, such as gloves and eye protection, to prevent injuries.
          • Keep hands and loose clothing away from moving parts of the press during operation.

          By following these steps and taking necessary safety precautions, you can effectively use a minting press to produce high-quality coins or medals.


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