Stimpson has produced many popular machine models over the years. Because of the durability and quality that’s always been associated with the Stimpson brand, many of these machines are still operational. While Stimpson has focused its efforts on its fasteners and no longer produces these machines, owners can still get parts and services for discontinued Stimpson equipment, including models 469, 479, 482, 484, 488, 489, 490, 500, 600, C1, Type 10 and others from our trusted partner, Siska, Inc. in Saddle Brook, New Jersey.
Legacy Stimpson Attaching Machinery
The Stimpson 500 is a dynamic automatic attaching machine and constructed to set eyelets ranging from 1/8” to 3/8”, the full line of CE rivets and snap sets including 16, 20 and 24 ligne. Powered by electric or pneumatic means, the 500 press is available in new, used or refurbished condition.
The automatic Stimpson 488 press features double revolution technology that first punches a hole in the material and then sets the eyelet/grommet during the second revolution. This automatic press can set eyelets up to 3/16”, grommets up to #4 and is available in new, used or refurbished condition.
Stimpson’s 489 Press is a versatile setting machine for light to medium workloads. This press can set up to #0 grommets and is easily upgraded to become electric or pneumatic powered. The 489 is available in new, used or refurbished condition.
Intended to run very small eyelets from 1/8” to 3/16”, the Stimpson 484 press is operated with a foot trip switch to minimize operator fatigue. The 484 press is powered by electric or pneumatic means and is available in new, used or refurbished condition.