This we have now been doing for some time, and in order to help us in our operations we erected a hydraulic press.
Hence has arisen the use of the hydraulic press, which is now almost alone employed on the large scale.
It is like the piston of an hydraulic press opening and forcing back the front part of the keg.
An hydraulic press with belt-driven pump is illustrated in Fig. 10.
The pieces thus acquire a certain amount of finish which is, however, not comparable with that produced in the hydraulic press.
Without this valuable property of water, the hydraulic press would not exist.
For drawing thick rods of gilt silver down into stout wire, the hydraulic press has been had recourse to with advantage.
Much of the work formerly shrunk on is now forced on by an hydraulic press.
Indeed, the compartments of the heating-kettle are of a size to contain enough to charge one side of a hydraulic press.
A type of the hydraulic press is presented by the chest cavity and the larynx, considered as one apparatus.