A punching press is a machine used for making or creating a punch into a metal sheet or plate material. Although punching press is an old technology used by many end use industries, such as automotive and the military sector, various new innovations have now evolved to perform punching operations. A punching press also performs multi-task operations, such as ribbing, forming, extruding, removing burrs from parts, making flanges up to one inch high and many more. A punching press is fitted with die sets and punches. Using different die sets enables the making of different types of holes into the subject material. Punching is done through a vertically aligned ram that forces the punch into the workpiece. A punching press can be of varied sizes, right from a manually operated small punching press that contains a single die set, to a large multi stationed CNC operated machine. Punching presses are widely used in automotive, military applications, power industry, ship building and machinery manufacturing. They also find many applications in the healthcare industry where they are used in wheelchair assist platforms and supply cabinets. Punching presses are available with different pun...