Some assembly technologies evolve too fast or too slow, while others change at a pace that’s just right. Hydraulic presses belong in the latter category, according to some suppliers, and that’s a good thing.

“The biggest area of growth for hydraulic press technology lies in the controls system,” notes Josh Dixon, director of sales and marketing at Beckwood Press Co. “Automotive, aerospace and medical manufacturers want and need advancements in operator control, press-data acquisition, process monitoring, quality control and maintenance scheduling. These benefits nicely complement the hydraulic press’s ability to generate high force over a small area and equally throughout the stroke.”

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