Folding lever presses, also known as knee or clamp presses, work in very confined spaces. The heating plate opens and closes like a crocodile mouth. The medium to be printed is placed on the bottom plate of the press. The heating plate is then firmly closed over it to apply the finishing layer. However, this technique has the disadvantage that no high pressures can be achieved due to the design.
Such a folding press is a good idea, if:
only a small footprint is available
Transfers are processed which do not require high pressures (e.g. flock, flex, inkjet or sublimation)
Maintenance, repair or spare part needed? Because we know our machines inside out, our experts can help you quickly - very uncomplicated! Your transfer press is ready for use again quickly and cost-effectively!
Thanks to the modular design of the Fuchs transfer presses, wear parts can usually be easily replaced by the operator himself. However, if a major repair is due, our experts will do it for you in our workshop within a short period of time.