What Is a Hot Press Machine?

what is a hot press machine?

The hot press is a device that heats two parts coated with flux tin in advance to a temperature sufficient to melt and flow the solder.

What Is a Hot Press Machine? 1

After curing, a permanent electrical and mechanical connection is formed between the parts and the solder.

According to different products, the heating speed can be selected.

Titanium alloy indenter ensures average temperature, rapid temperature rise and long service life.

The indenter is specially designed to be horizontally adjustable to ensure that the components are evenly pressurized.

The temperature is digitally controlled, clear and precise.

Equipped with digital pressure gauge, and can preset the pressure range.

Working principle of hot press

What Is a Hot Press Machine? 2

Pulse heating principle: due to the special design of the welding head surface, the resistance of the welding surface is very small, and the current will pass through the section with the smallest resistance.

By constantly changing the voltage and adjusting the current level, the welding head can quickly generate heat.

The pulse current refers to the on and off frequency ratio of the current.

The larger the pulse ratio, the larger the current output, and the faster the temperature rise of the welding joint.

Characteristics of hot press

1. Using pulse heating technology, the temperature is controlled accurately, and the temperature sampling frequency is 0.1s

2. Single working platform, rotary working platform, left-right mobile platform and other diversified working modes.

3. Multi stage temperature rise control.

4. Real time temperature curve display.

5. Silicone Tape indexing mechanism.

6. CCD vision system provides accurate alignment.

7. Mass program pre storage.

8. Touch operation interface, program password protection.

Classification of hot press

The types of hot press include constant temperature hot press, pulse hot press, double station hot press, double indenter pulse hot press, desktop hot press, etc.

Application of hot press

The hot press can be used for:

  • 1. Mobile phone manufacturer;
  • 2. Touch screen manufacturer;
  • 3. Computer;
  • 4. Printer;
  • 5. Membrane switch, etc.

What is the difference between hot press and cold press?

What Is a Hot Press Machine? 3

We know that there are hot press and cold press and they are now applied in many places, and the efficiency is relatively good.

Do you know the difference between hot press and cold press?

Next, let me explain the difference to you.

1. The hot press is a device that heats two parts coated with flux tin in advance to a temperature sufficient to melt and flow the solder.

After curing, a permanent electrical and mechanical connection is formed between the parts and the solder.

According to different products, the heating speed can be selected.

2. The hot press is applicable to furniture manufacturers, wooden door factories and wood-based panel secondary processing and veneering.

It is one of the main machines of woodworking machinery.

It is mainly used for hot pressing and bonding the surface materials of furniture panels, building partitions, wooden doors and fire doors.

3. Cold press, i.e. cold dryer compressor.

The so-called cold press is actually a refrigeration unit with a compressor as the main body. Its function is to cool.

This refrigeration unit is called a cold press.

The amount of water vapor in compressed air is determined by the temperature of compressed air.

4. The cold press is used for the production of furniture, and the processing and production of wooden glued pressing parts such as speakers, wood industry, decoration, plastics, plane plywood, plywood, particleboard and veneer.

With high production efficiency and good quality, it is applicable to the production of wood products components in furniture production units and other industries.

5. Both cold press and hot press are used to flatten, bond, veneer and press plates.

As the name implies, the cold press is only press at normal temperature, and the hot press can heat the plate, with a temperature of up to 300 degrees, and the flatness of the plate surface of the hot press is higher.

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