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More about Bliss Presses:
The E. W. Bliss Company is a manufacturer of presses and machine tools founded by Eliphalet Williams Bliss. The company was based in Brooklyn, New York in 1857. In December 1947, after 90 years, the Brooklyn plant was closed. Manufacturing facilities were then moved to Englewood, New Jersey, Hastings, Michigan, Toledo, Ohio, Canton, Ohio and Salem, Ohio. Bliss purchased Consolidated Press Company of Hastings, Michigan. The Hastings, Michigan plant is the last remaining company facility, now called BCN Technical Services.
E.W. Bliss produced stamping presses used in the canning industry, the homeware and appliance industry, the automotive industry and military munitions. Some early model Bliss Presses consisted of “Double Crank Press”, “Double Eccentric Press”, “Geared Press” and “Fly Wheel Press”. Bliss created the open back inclinable press (OBI Press) in 1878.