Composite presses offer some of the most sophisticated manufacturing processes available. They give you the chance to manipulate materials into your desired shape and size, quickly and accurately.
Here at Cambridge Dynamics, we specialise in a wide range of composite presses, and have a comprehensive understanding of how they’re used with a variety of different materials.
Today we’ll talk you through the advantages of using a composite press at Cambridge Dynamics.
Composite presses create durable materials
During the pressing process, composite materials are created. This is when desired properties of certain materials – such as strength, durability, rigidity, longevity, and affordability – are combined to create a highly coveted composite that’s perfectly suited to a particular industry.
Having this option means that a composite material with the specific qualities you need can easily be created.
This is perfect if you’re in a specialist industry, such as aerospace or automotive, because composite materials can be manufactured to withstand extreme conditions and environments.
As another example, if you’re developing electric cables or silicon computer chips, composite presses give you the ability to create materials that conduct electricity effectively.
Composite press units are energy efficient
Unlike many other manufacturing units, composite presses are highly energy efficient.
They require far less electricity to run, and lead to a 70% energy saving when you opt for a composite press over a hydraulic system – making them cost-effective, too.
Composite presses are easy to maintain
Here at Cambridge Dynamics, we can fabricate and shape materials on your behalf, or you can purchase a composite press of your own.
If you decide to invest in our machinery, you don’t have to worry about maintenance.
There are no oil tanks, pumps, valves, or hoses that need to be cleaned – meaning there are no specialist products you need to buy, either.
With so few components, you don’t have to worry about cleanliness requirements. You also won’t have any concerns about costly disposal fees – as composite presses run entirely on electricity, there’s no risk of leaks.
You don’t have to worry about interference with composite presses
Many press types, like hydraulic presses, require large motors and pumps that can exceed over 80 decibels.
Composite presses don’t need these to run efficiently, and only use power when active. This limits noise levels by a considerable amount, so you can use them in specialist environments without distracting those around you.
Enquire today about composite presses
The team here at Cambridge Dynamics is highly trained in composite presses, and we’re more than happy to pass on our expert knowledge.
We have access to the most cutting-edge equipment, which guarantees precision every time you use one of our composite press units.
For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.
To enquire, all you need to do is call or email us. Make sure to provide as much information as possible about what you want to achieve using a composite press unit, so we can recommend an appropriate solution.