TDP-1.5 Pill Press Machine Parts, lower punch die, Feeder, Motor, Flywheel, ect...
The pinion gear is attached to the fly wheel and spins the big gear which turns the main drive shaft that presses the tablets. Overtime, the teeth on the pinion gear will break off and cause the big gear to not spin correctly. Replacing the pinion gear
The Top Rush Rod Cam hold the Top Rush Rod in place on the Drive Shaft. By rotating off center this causes the Top Rush Rod, which holds the top Die, to ride up and down.
The upper core punch bar and connecting rod are part of the upper punch assembly. The top die is inserted into the upper core punch bar which is attached to the eccentric sleeve and eccenter using the connecting rod.
The Base Plate holds the ring die in place during tablet formation.
Handle Cover for TDP-0&1.5
The Feeder Rocker Arm rides in the Feeder Cam track that attaches to the Drive Shaft. The Feeder Rocker Arm moves the Bucket Feeder which holds the granular material that is being pressed.
The rocking motion of the Feeder Rocker Arm fills the ring die m
The Gear Plate locks the 2 Adjusting Gears located on the lower punch core bar
The Lift Cam turns on the main drive shaft of the tablet press and lifts the tablet out of the ring die using the Lift Pole. This part can wear out quickly and can easily be damaged during routine adjustment of the machine.
Keep the part well greased s
he drive shaft is the heart of the tablet press machine. All major parts are attached to the drive shaft and as the motor or flywheel turn it, the parts work to form the tablets.
How does it work?
The big gear sits to the far left of the drive shaft, th