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Top-Rated Rosin Press Machines for Superior Yield & Quality

Imagine having the power to create high-quality extracts right at home with your own rosin press, free of harmful solvents, and at a fraction of the cost of store-bought concentrates. Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it?

Rosin pressing is a revolution in the world of concentrates. Using a combination of heat and pressure, rosin presses extract the desired oils from flowers, giving you a solvent-free concentrate that’s pure, potent, and ready to enjoy.

Different Rosin Presses

  1. Manual presses: These require a bit of elbow grease, as you have to manually apply the pressure.
  2. Hydraulic presses (Our Favourite): These use hydraulic power to generate high pressures with less effort and minimal equipment.
  3. Pneumatic presses: These use compressed air to apply pressure, making them easier to operate but require the most equipment.
  4. Electric presses: These are powered by electricity and are the easiest to use but generally don't offer enough pressure.

Choosing the Right Rosin Press for Your Needs

So, you've made the decision to start your journey in rosin pressing and get your personal rosin press. But with so many options on the market, how do you choose the best rosin press for your needs? From Type, to pressure and temperature control to plate size and material compatibility, there's a lot to consider. And let's not forget about the budget. Prices can vary drastically based on the features and quality of the machine, but rest assured, there are cost-effective options like the Hyve Extraction collection that don't compromise on quality.

Factors to Consider

When choosing a rosin press, one of the first things to consider is size. Here are some factors to consider:

  • The size of the press determines the amount of material that can be pressed at once.
  • A larger press can handle more material, but it may also be more expensive and harder to operate.
  • On the other hand, a smaller press might be easier to handle and more affordable, but it won’t be able to process as much material at once.

The TF-1 Press is the perfect balance so you get the best of everything. With 10 tonne pressure capacity and 3x5" platens you can exert enough pressure, leading to optimal performance and higher yields. Take it up another level with the Hyve SF-1 for a hydraulic pressure system that offers a pressure gauge so you can provide consistent and precise pressure, ensuring that every bit of your material is pressed evenly and efficiently.

The Science Behind Rosin Extraction

Making rosin is a delicate dance between heat and pressure. Apply too much heat, and you risk degrading the your material. Apply too little pressure, and you won’t extract enough oils. But get the balance just right, and you can create rosin that’s pure, potent, and bursting with flavour.

Solventless Concentrates: Benefits and Advantages

Rosin produced using a rosin press offers several benefits:

  • It is a solventless concentrate, which means it’s free of potentially harmful chemicals used in other extraction methods.
  • It provides enhanced flavour and aroma, offering a pure, authentic taste of the strain it’s extracted from.
  • It captures the essence of the flower, providing a golden, gooey concentrate.

Apart from the improved flavour and aroma, solventless concentrates also offer enhanced safety. Since they’re produced without the use of solvents like butane, they’re free from potentially harmful residues that can end up in the final product. This makes them a safer option for those who value purity and health. And as a bonus, you can even use the remaining “puck” of material for culinary purposes, making solventless concentrates a win-win solution.

Tips for Optimising Your Rosin Press Experience

With your rosin press ready, it’s time to start producing rosin. But before you jump in, there are a few tips & tricks that can help you optimise your rosin press experience.

  • Pre-pressing your material to ensure even packing and distribution, which can facilitate oil extraction and prevent bag blowouts
  • Using rosin press bags to ensure that the final product is free of any impurities, resulting in a cleaner, purer rosin
  • Maintaining a relative humidity range of 55% to 62% when pressing flowers to improve the quality of your rosin.

Preparing Your Material

Properly preparing your material is the first step towards achieving a superior yield and quality of rosin. This includes breaking down the plant material into small, popcorn-sized chunks of bud instead of grinding them. Grinding your material can actually reduce the yield of rosin, as it increases the surface area of the plant material, making it harder for the oils to escape.

The moisture content of your material is also crucial. Excessive or deficient moisture can adversely affect the extraction process, resulting in a lower quality product. It’s advised to use flowers with an optimal moisture level, typically between 55% - 62% relative humidity, for optimal results.

Moreover, the temperature and pressure settings of your rosin press should align with the specifications of your material to ensure a successful extraction.

Temperature and Pressure Settings

To get the best results in rosin extraction, adjust the temperature and pressure settings to match the characteristics of the cannabis material you're using. The recommended temperature range is 80°C to 120°C, with higher temperatures resulting in higher yields but less stable products. For flower rosin, use 1,200 to 2,500 Platen PSI. Higher Pressure will yield more too, but increase the impurities in the final product. Our calculator will help you find the sweet spot.

Using Filter Bags for Cleaner Rosin

Using filter bags is another effective way to optimise your rosin press experience. These bags act as a barrier during the pressing process, preventing unwanted contaminants like:

  • plant material
  • fats
  • lipids
  • waxes

From ending up in your rosin, this process delivers consistent results in a cleaner, purer product that’s free of impurities.

To use a filter bag, you simply fill it with your material and press it between the heated plates of your rosin press. The bag acts as a screen, retaining the plant material while allowing the oils to pass through. And the best part is, filter bags are typically made from nylon, making them durable and heat-resistant.

Essential Accessories and Tools for Rosin Pressing

Similar to any profession, rosin pressing entails a unique set of tools and accessories. From rosin bags and parchment paper to collection tools and silicone containers, these accessories can make your rosin pressing experience more efficient and enjoyable. But among all these accessories, there are three that stand out: pre-press molds, dab tools, and cleaning supplies.

  • Pre-press molds: help improve rosin extraction by compressing and priming your material, leading to an increased extraction yield and preventing rosin from becoming trapped in the flower or filter bag.
  • Dab tools: essential for handling rosin. They allow you to collect, transfer, and ultimately move the rosin effectively once pressed.
  • Cleaning and maintenance supplies: crucial for keeping your rosin press in top condition, ensuring its longevity and performance.


In conclusion, rosin pressing is a revolution in the world of concentrates. It offers a safe, solvent-free method of creating high-quality extracts at home, saving you money and giving you control over the entire process. But like any revolution, understanding the science and techniques behind it is key to reaping the rewards.

Whether you’re a beginner looking for an affordable entry-level option or a seasoned pro seeking a high-performance machine, there’s a rosin press out there for you. With the right knowledge, tools, and techniques, you can unlock the full potential of your herb and enjoy the pure, potent, and flavourful rosin it has to offer. So why wait? Start your rosin pressing journey today and reap the rewards of this amazing technology.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it worth getting a rosin press?

A rosin press can yield up to 40% of concentrate, making it more efficient than using hair straighteners. Therefore, it is worth investing in a shop bought rosin press.

What does a rosin press do?

A rosin press is a machine used to extract the magic parts from your favourite herb material in the form of an oily liquid called rosin. Its solventless extraction process has made it a popular choice among users.

Is a 2 ton press good for rosin?

For optimal rosin production, a 5- to 10-ton press should be used for best results; a 3 ton press does not provide enough pressure.

How long should you press flower in a rosin press?

When pressing flower in a rosin press, it is recommended to stay within a temperature range of 80°C-120°C degrees and limit your pressing time to between 60-300 seconds.

What is a rosin press and why should I get one?

A rosin press is a great investment for enthusiasts looking to create their own high-quality extracts without the use of solvents. It gives you control over the entire process while also saving you money.