Coining presses are typically high-speed machines that use a significant amount of force to strike a closed die containing a workpiece. This pressure forces the metal to conform to the shape of the die. The coining process produces a very fine and detailed surface finish while also work-hardening the surface of the part. Whether you’re manufacturing coins, medallions, medical tooling, complex electronic parts, or jewelry, Beckwood’s coining presses are optimal for applying the necessary force to a small, localized area, resulting in parts with sharp, crisp corners, well-defined features, and flawless surface finishes.
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Read about a 230-ton hydraulic gib-guided coining press Beckwood designed to manufacture medical tooling