DORST TECHNOLOGIES supplies machines, equipment, automation systems, tools and accessories for processing and shaping methods of metal powders, technical ceramics, hard metals, ceramics and all other types of powder materials.
DORST is a leading international supplier of machines and complete production systems for ceramic and powder metal components. Raw material preparation and forming technology are its special fields. DORST has the necessary knowledge of the individual process steps and of the parameters of reciprocal influence in the manufacture of a large variety of final products. Intelligent system solutions from DORST are the result of decades of research and development and of intensive cooperation with customers and partners all over the world.
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Used DORST DK 250 Hydraulic Powder Press
Was fully overhauled in 2009!!!
Operating Hour: 28975 h
Sizing force 2,500 kN
Upper punch stroke 350 mm
Die stroke 70 mm
Positioning accuracy ±0,01 mm
Stroke rate up to 20 min… Know More
Advantages buying Used DORST machines
Industrial machines need to be economical and reliable.
This is where used DORST machines help to enhance your production. They are very affordable and immediate available. Second-hand machines and overhauled equipment from earlier machine generations are also effective and economic operating resources.
With pre-owned DORST your business can react fast to changing production requirements at the fraction of the cost of new equipment.
Here 10 reason why second hand Dorst powder presses make sense:
Cost-effective: Used powder presses from DORST are significantly more affordable than buying new equipment.
Immediate availability: Pre-owned machines are often readily available, allowing you to quickly meet production demands.
Reliability: DORST machines are known for their durability and longevity, making used equipment a reliable option.
Overhauled equipment: Many used machines have been overhauled, ensuring they are in good working condition.
Reduced depreciation: Used equipment has already experienced a significant amount of depreciation, making it a more financially sound investment.
Proven performance: A used machine's performance history can be evaluated, providing insight into its capabilities.
Customization options: Used equipment can often be customized to meet specific production needs.
Less financial risk: Purchasing used equipment comes with less financial risk compared to buying brand new.
Eco-friendly: Opting for used equipment helps to reduce waste and decrease the environmental impact of manufacturing.
Lower maintenance costs: Used machines often have lower maintenance costs compared to new equipment.