The C-frame press derives its name from the shape of the frame. The primary advantages to the C-frame design are an open work area and increased accessibility. The C-frame press features become even more advantageous when multiple presses are used for progressive operations with automated material handling moving parts from press to press. The C-Frame hydraulic presses, however, are generally limited in maximum tonnage due to the design. They have exceptional rigidity, principle arrangement, pace, and outstanding accuracy. These presses are immaculate for nominal operations and demand a limited floor area. C-frame hydraulic presses are helpful for many jobs like straightening, punching, molding, bending, drawing, assembling, riveting, and other general purposes. These presses are also used to improve the quality of parts in automotive applications.