MULTIPRESS (formally known as Dennison Multipress) is a renowned name in the hydraulic press industry. We are proud to have been in the custom press solutions business for nearly 70 years, with over 70,000 customized hydraulic press installations. Our experienced, trained staff is happy to provide your business with a customized press that meets your production requirements.
Please give us a call or send us an email! Our experts will ask you a variety of questions to help determine what style, tonnage, and press options are necessary to meet your goals. Please be ready to provide information on your intended application, material, and what (if any) type of equipment you are using to achieve your application presently. We are happy to visit your business as required to fully understand your business’ needs.
MULTIPRESS is happy to provide presses with or without tooling. Please inquire for more information.
Yes! The MULTIPRESS team is experienced in integrating our industrial hydraulic presses with a variety of other equipment, such as material handling and placement, robotics, or conveyors. Our experts will work with you and your vendors to help define the project's needs, design the correct interfaces, install the equipment, and test and commission the system for you. When you choose an automated solution from MULTIPRESS, your business will see increases in productivity, quality, and consistency, paired with a reduction in material handling costs. Please contact us to discuss your automated solution goals, today!
Lead times vary depending upon machine size, scope of your application, and demand. Naturally, standard equipment has shorter lead times than customized solutions. We encourage you to contact us to access an accurate lead time of your desired equipment.
Standard models include traditional manual controls; however, touch screens are available for those customers who prefer them. Touch screen HMI’s provide the user with the ability to upgrade from limit switches to a linear transducer, which allows for the control of ram movements. HMI’s also provide a platform to electronically control tonnage and speed.
Our hydraulic presses are available to run on 3 phase power, 208/230/460 volt. We can also accommodate other special requests for power. Our smallest custom presses (the W6A) are also available with 115v single phase power.
MULTIPRESS can provide any spare part required for your machine. Some parts are also available on a commercial basis. For help determining which spares your machine needs or purchasing spare parts, please call us at 877.264.9611.
Your peace of mind is our priority! When you purchase a customized machine from MULTIPRESS, we’ll design a warranty program that includes coverage on any defective parts, as well as the labor required to repair them! For more details, contact us today!
With more than 70,000 machines in the field, our customized hydraulic machinery is working everyday across a wide variety of industries and applications. Some examples include, but are not limited to:
Looking for another type of custom hydraulic press? Our sister company, Pacific Press Technologies offers other press types include Horizontal Presses and Straight Side or Post Presses. Please visit the Pacific Press website for more information.
Custom hydraulic press, device consisting of a cylinder fitted with a sliding piston that exerts force upon a confined liquid, which, in turn, produces a compressive force upon a stationary anvil or baseplate. The liquid is forced into the cylinder by a pump. The hydraulic press is widely used in industry for forming metals and for other tasks where a large force is required. It is manufactured in a wide variety of styles and sizes and in capacities ranging from less than1 ton or less to 10,000 tons or more.
Hydraulic presses are beneficial in that they offer greater versatility with its variable stroke length, die space, and pressure. The custom hydraulic press is often the best choice when producing parts with deep, complex forms that require a lot of material flow and are not dependent on production speed.
Parts such as tanks, cylinders, and bowl shapes, as well as parts that require a “dwell” at the bottom of the stroke (including plastics), are often run on hydraulic presses. Characteristics of a typical hydraulic press: