Tableting presses are used for uniaxial pressing powdered materials into shaped tablets or compacts. Tableting presses usually operate at high speeds. Parts can often be pressed and sintered to dimensional tolerance levels that do not require additional machining.

For demanding applications, cold pressed and sintered parts may require subsequent coining/repressing, infiltration, hot pressing or forging to reach the required density and strength. Tableting presses are used in a wide range of industrial activities including the compaction of confections, cosmetics, detergents, electronic components, ferrite cores, healthcare products and pharmaceuticals, food service, nuclear fuel pellets, and precision metal parts.
Ref: 124248/2006-09-30

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