3 Ton Best Starter Rosin Press - 7g Materials Loaded - Including Dual 3x3 Inches Rosin Heated Platens

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Hydraulic Heat Press
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Dabpress dp-bj3t33 All-in-One Heat Press Machine | 3x3" Anodized Heat Press Plates | 3-Ton Bottle Jack | Drip Tech Integrated | Dual Heating Rods | Single PID - Only Top Platen Temp Detected 

Features:

  • 3x3" Anodized Heat Press Plates - Well Suited to Press <7g Materials; Easy to Clean and Best Flavor Guaranteed; 3x3" Small Heated Plates Is Helpful to Flow Away from the Heated Surface to Preserve the Terpenes.
  • Dual Heating with Single PID Temp Controller - Accurate Temp Delivered; Each Platen Utilizing Separate Heater Rods; Only Top Platen Temp Detected.
  • Perfect Alignment Performance - Small Hydraulic Jack Press Made of 6061 Aluminum, 3 Ton Bottle Jack, Stainless Steel Sticks, and Linear Bearings Provide Aligned Movement.
  • Over 1,000 PSI Delivered - Pairs Well with-pm3015r Cylinder Pre-press Mold and dp-bt160ns 2x4" Heat Press Filters, Achieving and Maintaining Optimal Pressure Utilizing a Vertical/Upright Filter Build, and a Pressed Puck Size of 2.4 sq/in.
  • Best Insulation Performance - Dual Insulation Layers Allows the Heat Press Plates to Reach 200 F in 5 Minutes and Protect the Machine from Heat-draining.
  • Driptech Integrated - The Driptech Heat Press Tilts With 35 Degree Angle Utilizing Two Pieces of Aluminum Legs; Preserves the Terpenes in the Oil.

    The Bottle Jack Won't Hold Pressure?

    • You May Need To Bleed The Bottle Jack First.
    • There is a safety valve covered by a red cap on the bottle jack. Simply remove the red cap and rotate the safety valve 90 - 180 degrees clockwise to adjust the pressure.  We don't recommend to do that If the bottle jack already works well. It may cause fluid leaking if rotated further than recommended.
    Puck Maker Recommended:
      • Bottle Tech Pre Press Mold | dp-pm3015r | 3.5-7g Flower Only
      • Hammer Pollen Press | dp-pm30s | 3.5-10g Hash, Kief, and Flower 
      • PrePress Collection

      Specifications:

      • Temperature Range: 0-399F
      • Power: 500 Watts
      • Voltage: 110/220 Volts
      • Total Weight: 31.5 lbs
      • Package Dimension: 21.2" x 14" x 12.4"
      • Frame Dimension: (H) 45cm x (W) 22.5cm x (D) 21.5cm
      • PID Temp Controller Box Dimension: (H) 15cm x (W) 11.5cm x (D) 6.8cm
      • Working Surface: 3" x 3"
      • The tonnage of Original Bottle Jack: 3 Ton
      • Height of Original Bottle Jack7.3"
      • Dabpress Rosin Heat Press - Size Comparison
      Packing List:

      • 1 x Complete 3-Ton Heat Press
      • 1 x Instruction Manual
      • 1 x Non-stick Silicon Mat
            Attention:

            • 110V Version Is In Fahrenheit, 220V Version Is In Celsius
            • Do Not Replace Orginal Bottle Jack with over 5 Ton Bottle Jack
            • Integrated Bottle Jack is Not Compatible With Gauge Kit
            • Only Top Platen Temp Detected.
            Quick Start Guide:

            Customer Reviews

            Based on 28 reviews
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            Kenny

            Works nice , best method I’ve tried!! Need more practice!! Machine works well!!!

            J
            J.H.
            Great investment for personal use

            Great solid well-built I've purchased several more expensive presses that did not perform nearly as well consistent 20 to 25% return

            A
            A.U.
            Dabpress best support

            I got the heat plates do 2o to 30 tons works Awesome Definitely recommend them to all my friends great product and great support team to
            I will be buying from them again..
            Thanks dabpress

            J
            J.L.
            Best i found for the price

            Had 0 problems with this bad boy. One of the best low priced options on the web. Very precise and works as you would want. Ever over squeezing seems to have a safety that doesnt let you break it. Loving it.

            Z
            Z.S.
            Perfect for non-commercial use!

            Like many other reviews I read that led me toward buying this device, it is the best price point for the build quality. For those who are ONLY looking for pressing 5 - 7g of product into 1 - 2g of output(which is what I've consistently been able to extract at 2'05" @ 205F first run up to 3'00" @ 220F second/third run(based on personal experimentation and other user's notes online).

            I personally feel one is pushing their luck if they are exceeding 7g. I stick to 5g and that gives me three days of extract.

            Since solvents are not needed for extraction(which I've done and it takes much longer, more dangerous and actually more expensive), it is comforting to know the only issue one really has to concern oneself with is pesticides, mold or anything else that was introduced into the growing of the product. There's a lot of gourmet and purist cultivators/sellers in Vancouver.

            I don't use the driptech - though I probably should, as this takes up more of a footprint; so the press is standing upright when I use it.

            I do use the 90u food grade nylon bags - even though I wish I needn't - as they do absorb some of the yield. On the flipside they do filter out plant matter. However, if you aren't pressing your product to oblivion or running at super high temperatures(contaminating the product with cellulose) parchment paper alone works just fine. Parchment can withstand up to two to three re-uses before it starts breaking down and interferes with the collection process with your tool.

            I'm not crazy about the PID mounts. There were two nuts on the post and another two in a little baggie with two fuses for the PID. I wasn't sure if I was only to use two nuts or all four. It looks like the holes are countersunk, which makes it difficult tighten the nuts with a standard crescent wrench. So, PID mount is a little loose.

            PID is VERY easy to figure out - especially if you've dealt with inkbird(or some variant) PIDs before. Top number is actual temp, while bottom...

            Dear Ziggy, Thanks for your great product review. Have a nice day! Dabpress Team

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            QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

            Ask a Question
            • Is there lifetime warranty ?

              My apologies to answer so late. We didn't offer a lifetime warranty. However, it seems like a lifetime warranty from other sellers who require " Customer is responsible for shipping to and from the factory". If I were you, I prefer the TURE 1-year warranty.

            • When the order is delivered. Do you have to assemble the press? Or does it already come assembled

              Thanks for reaching out here. 3-Ton press completed setup except the driptech legs need to be installed by rosineer.

            • what is the name of the type of European plug that comes with the European 220v version of the press. I am not sure if a converter is necessary

              Thanks for reaching out. We offer 220v European standard unit and plug, simply plug in and start pressing.

            • Are the presses packaged in plain cardboard like the plate kits?

              The press is indeed packed in cardboard, but it was covered with very strong foam. 

            • The bottle jack no longer holds the pressure. How to fix it?

              You will see a safety valve with the red cap on the bottle jack. Simply remove it off and rotate 90 - 180 degrees clockwise.  We don't recommend to do that If the bottle jack well works. It will cause the fluid leaking If overrated 6-Ton pressure.

            • On the bj-3t33. Can you switch the 3x3 plates for a size bigger like for the 3x4 pucks please get back to me. Thanks Rex. rcmoyer1062@gmail.com

              Thanks for your question. dp-bj3t33 small rosin press is well suited to squeeze 3.5-7g flower or bubble hash. 3x3" sized plates are helpful rosin flows immediately off the heat to preserve the terpenes. If with 3x4" plates, rosin oil will be overheat become the dark. We got a lot of messages from rosineer only concentrate on less 7g material at a time. so we made such AIO press.

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            Customer Reviews

            Based on 28 reviews
            96%
            (27)
            4%
            (1)
            0%
            (0)
            0%
            (0)
            0%
            (0)
            k
            k.e.g.
            Kenny

            Works nice , best method I’ve tried!! Need more practice!! Machine works well!!!

            J
            J.H.
            Great investment for personal use

            Great solid well-built I've purchased several more expensive presses that did not perform nearly as well consistent 20 to 25% return

            A
            A.U.
            Dabpress best support

            I got the heat plates do 2o to 30 tons works Awesome Definitely recommend them to all my friends great product and great support team to
            I will be buying from them again..
            Thanks dabpress

            J
            J.L.
            Best i found for the price

            Had 0 problems with this bad boy. One of the best low priced options on the web. Very precise and works as you would want. Ever over squeezing seems to have a safety that doesnt let you break it. Loving it.

            Z
            Z.S.
            Perfect for non-commercial use!

            Like many other reviews I read that led me toward buying this device, it is the best price point for the build quality. For those who are ONLY looking for pressing 5 - 7g of product into 1 - 2g of output(which is what I've consistently been able to extract at 2'05" @ 205F first run up to 3'00" @ 220F second/third run(based on personal experimentation and other user's notes online).

            I personally feel one is pushing their luck if they are exceeding 7g. I stick to 5g and that gives me three days of extract.

            Since solvents are not needed for extraction(which I've done and it takes much longer, more dangerous and actually more expensive), it is comforting to know the only issue one really has to concern oneself with is pesticides, mold or anything else that was introduced into the growing of the product. There's a lot of gourmet and purist cultivators/sellers in Vancouver.

            I don't use the driptech - though I probably should, as this takes up more of a footprint; so the press is standing upright when I use it.

            I do use the 90u food grade nylon bags - even though I wish I needn't - as they do absorb some of the yield. On the flipside they do filter out plant matter. However, if you aren't pressing your product to oblivion or running at super high temperatures(contaminating the product with cellulose) parchment paper alone works just fine. Parchment can withstand up to two to three re-uses before it starts breaking down and interferes with the collection process with your tool.

            I'm not crazy about the PID mounts. There were two nuts on the post and another two in a little baggie with two fuses for the PID. I wasn't sure if I was only to use two nuts or all four. It looks like the holes are countersunk, which makes it difficult tighten the nuts with a standard crescent wrench. So, PID mount is a little loose.

            PID is VERY easy to figure out - especially if you've dealt with inkbird(or some variant) PIDs before. Top number is actual temp, while bottom...

            Dear Ziggy, Thanks for your great product review. Have a nice day! Dabpress Team
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