TDP 0 卓上打錠機
TDP 0打錠機は、電力を必要とせずに直径10㎜、厚さ6㎜までの丸錠を打錠できる高度な手動操作式打錠機です。そのコンパクトな寸法のおかげで、軽量で手動操作式のTDP 0は、野外調査や現地で実施される作業を含め、携帯性と利便性を求める応用分野で人気があります。
TDP 0の印象的な特徴は、軽量かつコンパクトで携帯しやすく外部からの電力がなくても高品質な錠剤を製造できる優れた設計です。手動を圧力に変えるとても効率的な構造を持ち電気不要でも動作に全く問題ないTDP 0は、シンプルでも低ランニングコストで効果的な錠剤化ソリューションを必要とするあらゆる応用にふさわしい打錠機です。
使用時のTDP 0 打錠機
How Much Profit Will This Machine Generate?
Are you able to calculate the amount of profit your business generates per tablet? If so, this calculator will be able to tell you how many hours you will have to run this tablet press to cover its investment.
It will also be able to tell you the amount of profit it will generate every hour you run this tablet press, which makes this calculator a powerful tool when deciding on which tablet press is right for you or your business.
Profit Generated Per Hour
This machine returns it's investment in hours
This is a very common question as all of the machines are extremely similar but equally have different strengths.
The easiest way to split these up would be into automatic and manual machines.
The TDP 0 is the manual model and requires you to turn the handle on the side to produce the tablets. This has the least amount of pressure and is the entry-level model in to the TDP range.
The TDP 1.5 is the entry-level model in to the automatic machines it has the least pressure at 15kn it is also limited in the size of the tablets it can produce.
The TDP 5 is our most popular model and can produce approximately 5,000 tablets per hour. The TDP 5 had 50kn of pressure and can produce tablets up to 22mm in diameter.
The TDP 6s is the top of the range machine and is more suited to irregular shaped tablets. The TDP 6s also has slightly more pressure at 60kn and is better suited to certain products that do not form tablets as easily.
To get a recommendation on which one will best suit you or your business, take the quiz here www.lfatabletpresses.com/tablet-press-questionnaire
The TDP 5. Hands down this has been the most popular model for a while now. We do get customers coming back and upgrading to the RTP 9 (normally after a couple of years) but most customers starting off go for the TDP 5.
no, sorry it just is not possible.
The maximum pressure of a TDP 0 is 3.1 kN
"The machine is made from a number of materials. The hopper is made from sheet steel, the tooling is made from S7 steel, the boot is cast from brass and has a chrome plate coating, the base is cast from FC250 and coated in an enamel paint. "
Yes, you do get a die with the machine. Every machine comes fitted with a die.
If you would like you can get this customised with your logo or lettering but it takes 6-8 weeks.
Or, we have a standard 8mm round, bevelled edge with breaker installed in the machines in stock.
All of our machines are made by us, in Taiwan and are shipped to you from our nearest office.
We have offices in the UK, USA, Germany and Taiwan.
Because they are made by us we are able to control quality and give you the best support possible and because they are shipped from your local office it reduces wait times, avoids customs clearance and ensures you have support in your time zone in a language that is convenient to you.
Yes, you can.
You are able to make any shaped tablet up to the maximum diameter of this tablet press which can be found under the "specifications" tab.
We are able to customise tooling to include lettering, numbering and logos. If you would like customised tooling please fill out our custom tooling form: www.lfamachines.com/custom-tooling
We have been able to get speeds of around 30-50 tablets per minute, but the machine will only run for as long as you have the energy to keep it turning.
It is hard to keep up 30-50 tablets per minute for long. I would personally not want to have to make more than 500 tablets at a time and it might take a while.
If you need to make more than this then we recommended the TDP 5.
It does not need to be, but we highly recommend it.
The machine does not come with bolts because we do not know the thickness of your surface.
This will really depend on the bulk density of your tablets. Watch this video for more information
The best way to describe it is: What weighs more a tone of feathers or a ton of lead? Nether, right?
They both weigh a ton. Their size is what is different. This is the same with powders, you can have some that are like sand and some that are really light and fluffy.
The maximum weight of a tablet you there for being able to make will totally depend on them.
Yes, this is a common question we get asked so we have to tools to help you.
A video on the differences between the different TDP's www.lfatabletpresses.com/videos/tdp-range
The Right Machine For You Questionnaire - https://www.lfatabletpresses.com/tablet-press-questionnaire
Between these two you should get a much better idea and if not please do reach out, let us know what you are making and how many you need to make and we will help guide you through the process.
Yes. All TDPs are CE certified.
Yes, the contact surfaces are all food and pharmaceutical safe.
They are made from a combination of, stainless steel, chrome coated brass and the steel used for your tooling (often S7).
As such they are all compliant with most rules for food or pharma manufacturing.
We strongly recommend that you do check your local laws as they do vary from state to state and country to country. If in doubt reach out and we will be happy to find out.
We would recommend using, goggles, dust mask and gloves at a minimum but you may require a lot more depending on the products that you are working with and your local health and safety laws.
We would recommend cleaning down the machine and leaving it re-greased after every use. This will ensure the longest life possible.
When greasing the machine avoid getting any neer the tooling or pressing surfaces as this will get into your tablets and affect your powders.
Greece the top cam well and then apply a small amount to the upper drift pin assembly and the lower timing rod.
Yes, the VICE, TDP 0, TDP 1.5, TDP 5 and the TDP 6s from LFA all take what is known as Universal TDP Tooling.
It is important to know two things. Firstly, the TDP Universal Tooling came into effect in 2018 machines brought from LFA before this time may have slightly different sizes.
We always recommend checking the size of your tooling before placing your order. Secondly, a number of companies make unofficial TDP tablet presses.
They do not always conform to the same sizes, tolerance or quality of LFA TDP’s or tooling. If you got your press from someone else other than LFA we are not able to guarantee that our tooling will fit.
The warranty on any of the TDP range is 1 year from the date of purchase.
The warranty covers all spare parts but does not cover the labour to fit them in the event that you would like LFA to perform the work.
Full details on the LFA warranty can be found here: https://www.lfatabletpresses.com/warranty
There are a number of wear including the boot, tooling and bushings.
We would recommend that you keep at least 1 set of tooling in stock as this can easily be broken. It is also a good idea to keep a boot in stock as well.
This way you can keep production going and your business doesn't come to a stop while you wait for spare parts.
LFA does aim to hold all major spare parts in stock and ready to ship out to you in the event you need them. The lead times on the tooling, however, can be 6-8 weeks.
Yes, you can but there are a number of requirements that we need to fulfil first.
You will need to contact our team and provided them with a copy of all of your MSDS for all of the components of your mix.
We need to have a good understanding of your business and the challenges you are facing.
You will also need to book an appointment with the office that you would like to visit.
For more information please get in contact with the team: https://www.lfatabletpresses.com/contact
Yes. Very easily.
We have free lifetime technical support for all machines sold by LFA.
Just contact us with your machine serial number and we would be happy to help you with any problems.
Yes. You can order custom tooling here
As with any tablet press, it is good to have a particle size of around 80-60 mesh.
This would be large enough to avoid large losses and small enough to flow well through the machine. If the powder is finer than this then you are going to experience a larger level of loss.
If the particles are larger than this then it might not flow through the machine well and get caught as it is trying to enter into the die bore.
This being said every powder is very different and you will need to do tries to work out what is best for them.
There are a number of ways we are able to support you:
- Every machine comes with a full manual to be emailed to you after purchase.
- There is a large range of video tutorials to teach you how to use the press.
- The machine comes with lifetime technical support, you can call, Skype or email to get answers to your questions and problems.
- We also offer free training at any one of our regional offices.
If after all of this you are still struggling to use your press then we are able to come to you.
This is a service we do charge for.
More information on this can be found here: https://www.lfatabletpresses.com/services
Yes, the TDP range all have a weight adjustment for it.
It is the bottom of the two cogs on the lower drift pin assembly.
Here is a link to a video showing you how to tune up the TDP 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dTscUdRJzQ
It is important to know that the exact weight of each tablet will vary from tablet to tablet.
A well-homogenized mix that has a consistent granule size should be able to achieve an accuracy of +/- 3% or less.
It is always best to granulate your mix.
Granulation can be expensive and difficult so a lot of people do try to avoid it.
LFA does not sell granulation equipment and we are not really able to make recommendations as to how to granulate your mix.
If you would like to find out if your mix needs granulation then we do have a tablet formulation service available.
You can find out more about the tablet formulation service here: https://www.lfatabletpresses.com/services
Get a capsule filler.
You will not be able to make tablets.
Click here for more information https://www.lfacapsulefillers.com/
That depends on the country you are located in.
In the EU and UK no. You do not need anything to buy the press.
In the USA we have to file a piece of paperwork with the federal government when we sell the press.
We, however, do all of this paperwork for you and do not need to do anything.
The only country that requires a licence as far as we know is Australia.
The document you need to fill out and file is called a B712 it can be found at: https://www.abf.gov.au/form-listing/forms/b712.pdf If you would like to speak with one of our team about this then please get in contact.