Pill press is a molding machine used for shaping powdered medicines and make tables. The pill press can perform multiple tasks including keeping the uniformity of tables to ensure measured dosages, embossing the text or numeric data on the medicines, and designing the tablets to make them unique and identifiable (if needed). A regular pill press can produce up to 250,000 pills in an hour. There are press pills that can produce around 1,000,000 in an hour as well. The material of the pills influences the time of production as well. The medicines are pressed into a die with the help of punches to shape them, give them appropriately, and uniform size and weight, embossing the manufacturer’s logo or codes, and so on. I think it is enough info to answer the query. You can Google for more details.