Rod Presses

These rod presses are used to reshape the end of the rod or shaft by cold forming.

When powered by a hydraulic unit, the electric foot pedal is pressed and the clamping piston moves forward to press the dies together in the die holder and thereby clamping the rod. When the correct clamping pressure is obtained, the cold forming piston moves forward to form and reshape the rod.
The piston returns when the foot pedal is released, the dies are pushed forward and to the side to remove the rod.

The shape of the rod/head is determined by the dies and can be designed as per customer’s request.

Portable and moveable rod presses are usually used in harbor areas by yacht club rigging shops.

Industrial rod presses are often used in in-line process manufacturing stations and communicate with robots.

The Talurit Group provides automation engineering resources to design an effective production line using our machines.