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A typical modern shoe press has the following major components: one, a stationary press beam, two, hydraulically loaded press shoe, three, sleeve or belt, four, roll heads and journals, and five, hydraulic system. The stationary press beam is a cross-machine structure on which the hydraulic loading pistons and press shoe are mounted. It must be designed to support the static loads as well as the offsetting hydraulic forces in the nip.