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OT: open top c-frame hydraulic press?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by quicky, Mar 18, 2013.

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  1. quicky

    quicky Member

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    I am trying to find an open top c-frame style hyd. press in the 200 to 300 ton size for pressing shafts into or out of fan rotors, shafts into or out of trunnions, etc. I am not having any luck on the internet and various calls to equipment dealers. Are these a thing of the past? I have a 300 ton Dake vetical but it is a real chore getting things that are heavy properly positioned. Any ideas out there? Thanks, KQ
     
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    See if any if these fit your needs.



    http://m.alibaba.com/products/c_frame_hydraulic_press.html
     
  3. quicky

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    Not really, what I am looking for looks something like a micrometer with the open side up. Very heavy and it has a totally open top so object can be suspended from slings with an overhead hoist. Thanks, KQ
     
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    Have you looked at any of the government surplus sellers??
     
  5. Catpower

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    Call Don Brown at Arrow Machinery in Dallas Tx, he might be able to hook you up, I have seen quite a few there when I was shopping for toys
     
  6. alf174

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    Used? A couple at Kempler.
     
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