C-frame presses are designed to utilize a smaller space than other presses as well as to provide minimal stroke deflection. C-frame presses also allow for improved work accessibility. Commonly used for punching, blanking, coining, straightening, forming, bending, drawing and assembly work, C-frame presses are used in a variety of industry to complete an array of tasks. At its most basic form, a C-frame press consists of a press bed, a die, and the ram, much like other hydraulic presses. the major difference between C-frame presses and other presses is the C-frame presses smaller footprint, taking up less floorspace.