Kitmondo is your premier marketplace for top-quality used industrial machinery. In our Metal Presses / Forging category, we proudly feature a selection of knuckle-joint stamping presses. These machines are expertly maintained, providing a superb blend of precision, durability, and value.

Our knuckle-joint stamping presses are designed to deliver high force at the bottom of the stroke, making them ideal for precise, heavy-duty metal forming operations. They are perfect for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and appliance manufacturing, where intricate stamping, coining, and embossing processes are essential.

Each knuckle-joint stamping press in our inventory undergoes a rigorous vetting process to ensure top-notch quality and performance. Our machinery offers substantial cost savings compared to new equipment, without sacrificing efficiency. We feature renowned brands like Schuler, Aida, and Bliss, known for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range from €50,000 to €500,000, accommodating a variety of budget needs.

For more detailed information or to request a quote, please contact our dedicated team, who are ready to assist with your specific requirements. At Kitmondo, we are committed to supporting your business growth with high-quality, affordable machinery. Trust Kitmondo for your industrial equipment needs and elevate your productivity today.

Jiangsu Yangli JH21-125 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 2008

Type Hydraulic
Table length 1100 mm
Motor power 11 kW
Power in tons 125 T
Table width 680 mm

BARNAUL KB8336 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 1985

Type Mechanical
Table length 500 mm
Ram stroke 130 mm
Power in tons 400 T
Table width 500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 50

BARNAUL KB 8338 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 1989

Type Mechanical
Table length 630 mm
Ram stroke 150 mm
Power in tons 630 T
Table width 630 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 40

Knuckle-joint press with 400-ton capacity KR8336

Year: 2021

Type Mechanical
Table length 500 mm
Ram stroke 130 mm
Power in tons 400 T
Table width 500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 50

Knuckle-joint press with 630-ton capacity KR8338

Year: 2021

Type Mechanical
Table length 630 mm
Ram stroke 150 mm
Power in tons 630 T
Table width 630 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 40

Knuckle-joint press with 250-ton capacity KR8334

Year: 2021

Type Mechanical
Table length 400 mm
Ram stroke 120 mm
Power in tons 250 T
Table width 400 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 60

Knuckle joint press BARNAUL K 8338 630t

Year:

Type Mechanical
Table length 630 mm
Ram stroke 150 mm
Power in tons 630 T
Table width 630 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 41

KIESERLING & ALBRECHT KKPRF 630/900/260 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 1979

Type Mechanical
Table length 900 mm
Ram stroke 260 mm
Power in tons 900 T
Table width 900 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 35

Knuckle-joint coining press KR8340 (1000 TONS)

Year: 2022

Type Mechanical
Table length 820 mm
Ram stroke 170 mm
Power in tons 1000 T
Table width 820 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 32

Knuckle-joint cold extrusion press with 250-ton capacity KP0034

Year: 2022

Type Mechanical
Table length 820 mm
Ram stroke 200 mm
Power in tons 250 T
Table width 820 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 40

GRÄBENER GKS 360 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year:

Type Mechanical
Table length 580 mm
Ram stroke 160 mm
Power in tons 360 T
Table width 500 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 60

Knuckle-joint press with 2500-ton capacity KR8344

Year: 2022

Type Mechanical
Table length 1250 mm
Ram stroke 190 mm
Power in tons 2500 T
Table width 1250 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20

Press K3037 force 500 tons

Year: ~ 2021

Type Mechanical
Table length 2500 mm
Ram stroke 250 mm
Power in tons 500 T
Table width 1400 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 32

Knuckle joint press Kuzlitmash KB8336

Year: 1989

Type Mechanical
Power in tons 400 T

GRÄBENER GKS 180 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year:

Type Mechanical
Table length 490 mm
Ram stroke 40 mm
Power in tons 180 T
Table width 440 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 45

Barnaul KB8340 1000Tn Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 1986

Type Mechanical
Table length 800 mm
Ram stroke 170 mm
Power in tons 1000 T
Table width 800 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 32

Voronezh KB8344 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 1986

Type Mechanical
Table length 1530 mm
Ram stroke 190 mm
Power in tons 2500 T
Table width 1530 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 20

Used Gräbner GKMP 360 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year: 1984

Functional toggle press GKMP 360 from Gräbner. It can be inspected as it is still connected for possible buyers.

Grâbener GK360 Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year:

Type Mechanical
Table length 430 mm
Ram stroke 60 mm
Power in tons 360 T
Table width 525 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 60

Raskin 400 TG Knuckle-joint stamping press

Year:

Type Mechanical
Table length 430 mm
Ram stroke 70 mm
Power in tons 400 T
Table width 750 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 40


Guide to Knuckle-Joint Stamping Presses

Knuckle-joint stamping presses are vital machines in the metal forming and forging industries, designed for high-precision and high-force operations. These presses deliver maximum force at the bottom of the stroke, making them perfect for applications requiring exact stamping and forming, such as coin minting, watchmaking, and manufacturing high-strength components for automotive and aerospace sectors.

Varieties of Knuckle-Joint Stamping Presses

Single-Point Knuckle-Joint Presses

  • Purpose: Apply force through a single point for smaller, precise components.
  • Applications: Coin minting, small intricate parts.
  • Key Features: High accuracy, excellent surface finish, suitable for small to medium-sized workpieces.

Double-Point Knuckle-Joint Presses

  • Purpose: Utilize two points of force for better balance and stability.
  • Applications: Larger and more complex stamping tasks.
  • Key Features: Enhanced stability, higher capacity, ideal for medium to large-sized workpieces.

Triple-Point and Multi-Point Knuckle-Joint Presses

  • Purpose: Offer multiple force points for very large and complex components.
  • Applications: Heavy-duty applications like automotive body parts and large structural components.
  • Key Features: Maximum stability and capacity, suitable for the largest and most complex workpieces.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a knuckle-joint stamping press, consider these critical features and specifications:

  • Force Capacity: The maximum force (measured in tons) the press can deliver. Higher capacities are essential for thicker and stronger materials.
  • Stroke Length: The ram's travel distance during operation, with shorter strokes being typical for precision tasks.
  • Bed Size: The working area of the press, which must accommodate the size of the workpieces.
  • Accuracy and Precision: Essential for applications requiring detailed and intricate stamping.
  • Speed: Operating rate measured in strokes per minute (SPM); higher speeds increase production rates.
  • Control Systems: Advanced controls for precise operation, programmability, and integration with other production equipment.
  • Construction Material: Durable materials that can withstand high-force operations.

Benefits of Using Knuckle-Joint Stamping Presses

Investing in high-quality knuckle-joint stamping presses provides numerous advantages:

  • High Precision and Accuracy: Ensures consistent quality and detail in workpieces.
  • Superior Surface Finish: Designed to produce smooth, high-quality finishes.
  • High Force at Bottom Dead Center: Delivers maximum force at the bottom of the stroke, ideal for high-pressure forming.
  • Durability and Longevity: Built for heavy use, ensuring long-term reliability.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a range of applications, from small precision parts to large structural components.

Factors to Consider When Buying a Knuckle-Joint Stamping Press

To select the right knuckle-joint stamping press, consider the following:

  • Application Requirements: Determine the tasks and materials to choose a press with suitable capacity and features.
  • Production Volume: Ensure the press has the necessary speed and throughput to match your production needs.
  • Precision Requirements: Match the machine’s capabilities with your quality standards.
  • Budget: Balance the initial investment with long-term operational costs, including maintenance and energy consumption.
  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support, training, and maintenance services.
  • Space and Installation: Consider the available installation space and any specific requirements for ventilation or utilities.

Leading Brands and Pricing

Schuler Group

  • Overview: Renowned for high-quality presses with advanced features.
  • Pricing: Ranges from $100,000 to over $1 million.

Aida Engineering

  • Overview: Offers various knuckle-joint presses for different applications.
  • Pricing: Generally ranges from $150,000 to $900,000.

Komatsu

  • Overview: Known for durable and efficient stamping presses.
  • Pricing: Typically between $200,000 and $1 million.

Nidec Minster

  • Overview: Provides high-precision presses for various industries.
  • Pricing: Typically ranges from $250,000 to $1.2 million.

Stamtec

  • Overview: Specializes in robust and reliable stamping presses.
  • Pricing: Generally ranges from $120,000 to $800,000.

Conclusion

Knuckle-joint stamping presses are essential for precision and high-force tasks in metal forming and forging industries. With options like single-point, double-point, and multi-point presses, choosing the right equipment depends on your specific production needs, material types, and budget. Key factors to consider include force capacity, stroke length, bed size, accuracy, speed, control systems, and construction material. Leading brands such as Schuler Group, Aida Engineering, Komatsu, Nidec Minster, and Stamtec offer high-quality presses to suit various applications and budgets. By evaluating application requirements, production volume, precision needs, and budget, businesses can invest in the right knuckle-joint stamping press to enhance manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.