As the popularity of thermoformed, reaction injection-molded (RIM), and powder-compacted parts continues to increase, so does the demand for compression molding presses with heating and cooling capabilities. Once reserved for specialized aerospace applications, compression molding presses are now used in a variety of industries to form parts from essentially any material, including metals, alloys, fiber-reinforced plastics, powders, composites, and rubber.Get more news about compression molding machine,you can vist our website!

Beckwood’s compression molding presses are engineered specifically to maximize process efficiency. From maintaining the consistent heat throughout a specified dwell period to precision pressure ramping, managing burp cycles, and collecting specific cycle data for part quality verification, Beckwood heated presses help you perfect your forming operation.
Press features:

Electric, oil, or steam heating systems
Water-cooled platens
Multi-zone temperature control for extreme uniformity
Multiple cavities for increased productivity
Booking rams to facilitate ergonomic tool cleaning / inspection
Bed shuttles for simplified tool loading and unloading
Automatic insulated door systems for maximum heat efficiency
Pneumatic dwell systems for energy efficiency
Variable Frequency Drive for efficiency and noise reduction
Data acquisition systems
Active Leveling Control to counteract the effects of off-center loading

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