Hydraulic presses are machines that use a hydraulic cylinder to generate a compressive force. They are commonly used in various industries for tasks such as forming, bending, punching, and assembling materials. The basic principle behind a hydraulic press is the application of Pascal’s law, which states that a change in pressure applied to an enclosed fluid will transmit throughout the fluid without any loss in intensity, allowing for amplification of force. Here are some common types of hydraulic presses equipment:

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