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  1. That riveter I ran....you might want to follow...

    That riveter I ran....you might want to follow OSHA anyways.

    As I had many parts to do, I got into a rhythm, and got going so fast, that I could tag the 2 hand buttons, the press was a bit slow...
  2. Agreed, but the OP in post #16 inquired about why...

    Agreed, but the OP in post #16 inquired about why 2 buttons.
  3. I used to operate an air operated rivet press...

    I used to operate an air operated rivet press with the same anti tie down 2 handed circuit.

    if you fully guard the opening per the OSHA guidelines, you can get by with just footpedal or single...
  4. Here you go...air powered without all the speed...

    Here you go...air powered without all the speed problems:
    20 ton Air Hydraulic Bottle Jack

    As doug said above, put it underneath.
  5. Actually, to satisfy OSHA, you need : Two-Hand...

    Actually, to satisfy OSHA, you need :
    Two-Hand Anti-Tie Down

    "Anti tie down 2 hand control"
  6. It's a powered (as opposed to a hand powered)...

    It's a powered (as opposed to a hand powered) press, hence the 2 hand switches.
  7. They make (or you can fudge your own) multiple...

    They make (or you can fudge your own) multiple cylinders end to end,
    so the force is thru one rod.
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