Dake B-10 Model Manual Utility Hydraulic Bench Press, 10 Ton Capacity, 23″ Length x 18″ Width x 36″ Height

$534.53

The Dake B-10 model manual utility hydraulic bench press uses a single-speed hydraulic handpump to lower the ram with up to 10 tons of force to facilitate pressing and forming. The channel iron H-frame accepts large and bulky items, and the hoist adjusts the table height for proper positioning. The workhead is movable to adjustment for off-center pressing. The hydraulic cylinder and pump handle can be positioned on either side of the press to maximize workspace and comfort. The release valve turns to release the hydraulic pressure, initiating ram return after downstroke. Closing the valve at any point during the ram return will halt the ram. Two interchangeable ram noses are included: a flat nose piece for use in standard pressing operations and a step-reduced nose piece for supporting, positioning, or fitting into pieces when pressing. The two table plates provide support during pressing. The press has a gauge with a 2-1/2″-dia. display for pressure readings. The base has four 7/16″-dia. holes for bench mounting. Mounting hardware is not included. Hydraulic oil is not included. Press requires some assembly. Specifications Load capacity 10 tons Max. working height 16 inches Min. working height 4 inches Ram travel 6 inches Table dimensions 16-3/4 x 3 inches (W x L) Press overall dimensions 36 x 23 x 18 inches (H x W x L) Weight 132 lb. H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point of the press; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; L is length, the horizontal distance from front to back. Hydraulic presses use fluid pressure to transmit a compressive force, which stays constant throughout the length of the ram’s stroke. Metal forming is one common use of a hydraulic press. Dake Machine Tools manufactures arbor presses, hydraulic presses, drill presses, power hammers, band and cold saws, belt grinders, tube benders, and auto feed systems. The company, founded in 1887, is headquartered in Grand Haven, MI. What’s in the Box? Dake B-10 press Flat ram nose Step-reduced ram nose (2) Table plates

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Description

Brand: Dake

Features:

  • Single-speed hydraulic handpump lowers the ram of the bench-mount press with up to 10 tons of force
  • Adjustable-height table within the H-frame enables proper positioning of large and bulky items
  • Movable workhead facilitates off-center pressing
  • Release valve initiates and controls ram return after downstroke
  • Includes a flat ram nose, a reduced-step nose, and two table plates for precise pressing and support

Details: The Dake B-10 model manual utility hydraulic bench press uses a single-speed hydraulic handpump to lower the ram with up to 10 tons of force to facilitate pressing and forming. The channel iron H-frame accepts large and bulky items, and the hoist adjusts the table height for proper positioning. The workhead is movable to adjustment for off-center pressing. The hydraulic cylinder and pump handle can be positioned on either side of the press to maximize workspace and comfort. The release valve turns to release the hydraulic pressure, initiating ram return after downstroke. Closing the valve at any point during the ram return will halt the ram.
Two interchangeable ram noses are included: a flat nose piece for use in standard pressing operations and a step-reduced nose piece for supporting, positioning, or fitting into pieces when pressing. The two table plates provide support during pressing. The press has a gauge with a 2-1/2″-dia. display for pressure readings. The base has four 7/16″-dia. holes for bench mounting. Mounting hardware is not included. Hydraulic oil is not included. Press requires some assembly.

Specifications

Load capacity
10 tons

Max. working height
16 inches

Min. working height
4 inches

Ram travel
6 inches

Table dimensions
16-3/4 x 3 inches (W x L)

Press overall dimensions
36 x 23 x 18 inches (H x W x L)

Weight
132 lb.

H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point of the press; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; L is length, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Hydraulic presses use fluid pressure to transmit a compressive force, which stays constant throughout the length of the ram’s stroke. Metal forming is one common use of a hydraulic press.
Dake Machine Tools manufactures arbor presses, hydraulic presses, drill presses, power hammers, band and cold saws, belt grinders, tube benders, and auto feed systems. The company, founded in 1887, is headquartered in Grand Haven, MI.
What’s in the Box?

Dake B-10 press
Flat ram nose
Step-reduced ram nose
(2) Table plates