Rebuild Your Existing Press

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Service Features:

  • Complete tear down of press and check of all weldments
  • If the weldments (press platens) need re-grinding per tolerance specifications, it is included
  • Cleaning, re-paint, replacements (where applicable) of all parts
  • New pinch rollers where required (likely all new)
  • New mechanical drive components (sprockets and chains)
  • New in-feed and out-feed table tops; new drive and idler rollers
  • New belt tracker system (not available at time of original units)
  • New electronic control system with PLC touch screen console
  • New belt drive servo motor
  • New emergency stop buttons and wiring to meet dual-channel redundancy requirements
  • New hydraulic pressure block (improved design from original versions)
  • Clean out – flush hydraulic tank, hoses, replace with new filters, etc.
  • Re-assemble and test
  1. If the hydraulic cylinder after inspection and tear down requires rebuilding (due to leakage), the customer will be given a choice to rebuild the cylinder with an added price up front at time of quote or replace new. In either case, this would include a new cylinder locking ring and cylinder nut.
  2. If an inspection of the weldments results in the discovery of a crack, the customer will be given the choice of proceeding with a weld repair and heat treatment for stress relief for a price adder.

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Sample Rebuilds:
Previous Press A – Views of a Ttarp die cutting press that spent several years in service.


Rebuilt Press A – Rebuilt and refurbished, this Ttarp press is now ready to resume its place providing ROI on behalf of the customer. Call us for details.


Previous Press B – Components of a Ttarp press that spent a dependable quarter-century for its owner.


Rebuilt Press B – Rebuilt and refurbished with a “slow close” hydraulic feature, this Ttarp press will spend the second phase of a 25+ year career in a clean room. Call us for details.