At Kitmondo, we provide an extensive selection of high-quality, used eccentric presses, carefully selected and tested to ensure optimal performance. Our inventory includes machines from leading manufacturers such as Schuler, AIDA, Amada, Komatsu, SEYI, Chin Fong, Bruderer, and Stamtec. Ranging in price from €10,000 to €39,000, our presses offer significant savings compared to new models, making them a smart investment for your business.

Eccentric presses are essential across various industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, and construction. These versatile machines deliver exceptional accuracy, robustness, durability, and adaptability, making them invaluable for metal forming processes. Key parameters, such as pressing capacity, stroke length and rate, shut height, slide adjustment, bed size, bolster plate thickness, drive power, and overall dimensions, define their capabilities and compatibility with specific tasks.

Raster 180 NL4S 180t Eccentric press

Year: 1978

Power in tons 180 T
Table width 900 mm
Motor power 40 kW
Table length 1500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 110

BALCONI MT-DMR 200-83 Eccentric press

Year: 1983

Power in tons 200 T
Table width 650 mm
Table length 550 mm
Ram stroke 180 mm

ŠMERAL Trnava LKT 250 D Eccentric press

Year: 2019

Power in tons 250 T
Table width 1150 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20
Table length 1575 mm
Ram stroke 250 mm
Distance between columns 1600 mm

Weingarten 315 TON Eccentric press

Year: 1964

Power in tons 315 T
Table width 1300 mm
Table length 2500 mm
Ram stroke 400 mm

SMERAL Trnava LEN-25C Eccentric press

Year: 1986

Power in tons 25 T
Table width 450 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 155
Table length 560 mm
Ram stroke 55 mm
Distance between columns 250 mm

SMERAL Trnava LEN-63C Eccentric press

Year: 1987

Power in tons 63 T
Table width 630 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 130
Table length 800 mm
Ram stroke 70 mm
Distance between columns 335 mm

ZTS Kosice LE - 250C Eccentric press

Year: 1988

Power in tons 250 T
Table width 800 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 30
Table length 1120 mm
Ram stroke 140 mm
Distance between columns 450 mm

LVD DVDF Eccentric press

Year:

Power in tons 100 T
Table width 630 mm
Distance between columns 400 mm
Table length 950 mm
Ram stroke 130 mm
Motor power 8.5 kW

IMS T25 Eccentric press

Year: 1996

Power in tons 25 T
Table width 310 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 155
Table length 500 mm
Ram stroke 60 mm
Distance between columns 220 mm

PMB EPF 64 Eccentric press

Year: 1974

Power in tons 64 T
Table width 700 mm
Table length 520 mm
Ram stroke 96 mm

Clearing F2350-84 Eccentric Press

Year: 2017

Power in tons 350 T
Nbr of strokes/min 25

Bliss Bret PCK 160 ton Eccentric press

Year:

Power in tons 160 T
Table width 1000 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 80
Table length 1600 mm
Ram stroke 150 mm
Distance between columns 960 mm

RADAELLI DELFINO 3 Eccentric press

Year: 1978

Power in tons 350 T
Table width 1600 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20
Table length 2500 mm
Ram stroke 300 mm
Distance between columns 2500 mm


Dirinler CDCK 6300 PMU2 Eccentric Press

Year: 2015

Power in tons 630 T
Table width 1400 mm
Table length 1600 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 80

ZTS Kosice LE 160 C Eccentric press

Year: 1981

Power in tons 160 T
Table width 1000 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 50
Table length 720 mm
Ram stroke 120 mm
Distance between columns 450 mm

ZTS LEK 160 Eccentric press

Year: 1990

Power in tons 160 T
Table width 740 mm
Table length 1000 mm

Schuler 500T Eccentric press

Year: 1964

Total Force 500 Tones Table Dimension 3000x1800 mm Total Dimension Press 5000x3000x17000 mm Number stroke/min 16 Year of manufacture 1964 Adjustment Stroke 350 mm Stroke 800 mm Power capacity 120 kW Clutch brake assembly defected Input power:120 kW (163.15 HP) Table width: 1800 mm Table length: 3000 mm Stroke adjustment: 350 mm Motor power: 110,000 W Pressing force: 500 t

Voronezh K2538 Eccentric Press

Year: 1983

Power in tons 630 T
Table width 1250 mm
Table length 1250 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20

Milco 315 Ton H Type Eccentric Press

Year: 1999

Power in tons 315 T
Table width 1250 mm
Table length 2470 mm


Harnessing Power and Precision: Eccentric Presses and Crank Presses

Eccentric presses, also known as crank presses, are indispensable in industry. They belong to our Metal - Presses/ Forging category here at Kitmondo, your go-to source for used industrial equipment. Primarily used in sheet metal working procedures like punching, forming, and drawing, these machines are renowned for their robust design and precision.

The core of an eccentric press is the eccentric shaft, or 'crank,' which converts rotary motion into linear motion, providing significant force in a controllable, repeatable manner. The crankshaft and connecting rod work together, making eccentric presses ideal for intricate processes requiring precise control and consistent results.

Eccentric presses are celebrated for their robustness and longevity. Designed to withstand high production rates and extensive wear and tear, these machines are a wise investment for many industrial operations. With capacities ranging from 5 to 250 tonnes, there's an eccentric press suitable for nearly any application, from small, detailed pieces to large, heavy-duty operations.

Why Choose Used Eccentric Presses from Kitmondo?

At Kitmondo, we pride ourselves on offering a wide range of high-quality, used eccentric presses. Choosing used machinery allows businesses to secure top-quality, reliable equipment at a fraction of the cost of new models, enhancing both cost-effectiveness and sustainability.

Every machine listed on our platform undergoes thorough inspection to meet our stringent quality standards. We provide detailed descriptions and specifications, ensuring you can make an informed decision on the best machine for your needs.

Investing in used industrial machinery, like eccentric presses or crank presses, is an excellent way to upgrade your operations while staying within budget. At Kitmondo, we ensure our clients receive the best value for their money.

Our portfolio of used eccentric presses spans a diverse price range, typically between €10,000 and €39,000, reflecting varying machine capacities, brands, age, condition, and levels of automation. We understand the importance of ongoing support and advice, and our dedicated team is always on hand to help you navigate our inventory and select the ideal machinery for your specific requirements.

Whether you're in the automotive, electronics, construction, or any field where metal forming is essential, eccentric presses offer exceptional precision, durability, and adaptability. Choose your next eccentric press from Kitmondo and harness the power of reliable, used industrial machinery for your business. With Kitmondo, you'll get not only a machine but a trustworthy partner dedicated to making your industrial processes more efficient and cost-effective.

Advantages of Eccentric Presses

Eccentric presses are highly valued in many industrial sectors due to their numerous benefits, including:

  • High Precision: Known for exceptional accuracy, they provide reliable performance for precise punching and molding.
  • Robustness and Durability: Built to withstand heavy use, these machines are designed for longevity, making them a long-term investment.
  • Versatility: Available in various capacities and configurations, they suit a broad array of applications, from small intricate parts to larger components.
  • Efficiency: Capable of high-speed operations, they significantly boost productivity.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Durable and long-lasting, they represent a cost-effective investment, especially when buying used.
  • Ease of Maintenance: Despite their complexity, they are relatively straightforward to maintain with regular lubrication and inspection.
  • Adaptability: Many can be integrated with other machinery or automation systems for more streamlined, efficient production processes.

Main Machine Parameters of Eccentric Presses

Eccentric presses, or crank presses, have key parameters that determine their functionality, compatibility, and performance:

  • Pressing Capacity: Maximum force the press can exert, typically measured in tonnes.
  • Stroke Length: Distance the press's ram can travel, influencing the depth of forming or punching.
  • Stroke Rate: Number of strokes per minute, affecting productivity.
  • Shut Height: Distance from the bottom of the slide to the bed surface when the slide is at its uppermost position.
  • Slide Adjustment: Adjustable range of the slide, influencing task adaptability.
  • Bed Size: Dimensions of the bed, determining the size of workpieces the press can accommodate.
  • Bolster Plate Thickness: Thickness of the plate on which the workpiece is placed, providing stability.
  • Drive Power: Motor power of the press, affecting performance and energy consumption.
  • Weight and Dimensions: Overall size and weight of the press, influencing placement and transportation costs.

These parameters vary significantly between presses, making it crucial to understand your specific requirements before purchasing. At Kitmondo, we provide detailed specifications for every machine to help you find the best fit for your operations.

Areas of Use

Eccentric presses or crank presses are used across various sectors due to their versatility and precise, repeatable results:

  • Automotive Industry: Manufacturing components like body panels and engine parts.
  • Aerospace Industry: Forming and shaping aerospace components requiring high accuracy.
  • Electronics Industry: Forming metal casings and small, intricate parts.
  • Construction Industry: Creating brackets, fittings, and panels.
  • Metalworking Shops: Custom parts creation and component repair.
  • Appliance Manufacturing: Forming parts for home and commercial appliances.
  • Packaging Industry: Creating metal components for packaging machinery and materials.
  • Machinery Manufacturing: Producing components for industrial machinery.

Main Manufacturers of Eccentric Presses

Reputable manufacturers of eccentric presses include:

  • Schuler: German leader in forming technology.
  • AIDA: Japanese innovator in mechanical stamping presses.
  • Amada: Japanese precision machinery expert.
  • Komatsu: Japanese multinational in industrial machinery.
  • SEYI: Taiwanese producer of various presses.
  • Chin Fong: Large Taiwanese metal forming machinery manufacturer.
  • Bruderer: Swiss company known for high-speed presses.
  • Stamtec: US and Asia-based metal stamping solutions provider.

Many of these manufacturers' machines can be found used on Kitmondo's marketplace, offering cost-effective solutions for your machinery needs.