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  1. I could be wrong..probably am, but I don't...

    I could be wrong..probably am, but I don't believe a two-hand tie down safety is required by OSHA for any press other than one that mechanically cycles, one that cannot be stopped mid-cycle, unlike...
  2. In the original post you stated you wanted about...

    In the original post you stated you wanted about 1000lbs of force. The 2 1/2" cylinder noted above, even at 120 PSI will only give you about 590lbs of force.

    Stuart
  3. A bit confused here..a different member name...

    A bit confused here..a different member name replied, are you using two screen names?

    In regards to the press pictured through Alibaba, I would run screaming from that, pneumatics are not a exact...
  4. My two cents. Dual pneumatic cylinders would be...

    My two cents. Dual pneumatic cylinders would be problematic, hard to keep together and regardless of the guide rods would inherently try to bind. A simple 4" cylinder at 120 psi gives you 1500 pounds...
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