Arburg debuts new injection moulding machines

July 26, 2016 3:56 pm

arburg Entry-level and high-performance hybrid machines for CD trays and flip-top closures
Germany: Arburg will be presenting its new Golden Electric series of electric machines at trade shows this year.
These entry-level machines have been available worldwide since March of this year and, thanks to consistent standardisation, offer an excellent price/ performance ratio, according to the German manufacturer.
Arburg will be exhibiting on Stand 25 in Hall E at the Plastpol, to be held in Kielce, Poland, on 17–20 May 2016.
A hybrid Allrounder from the Hidrive series will also demonstrate a complex application for the packaging sector.
“The Plastpol is the most important trade fair for the plastics industry in Poland,” said Dr Slawomir Sniady, managing director of Arburg Polska. “As a premium manufacturer, we are aware of a growing willingness among our customers to invest in sophisticated technology and top grade machine quality.
“The new Allrounders from the Golden Electric series continue the success story of the Golden Edition hydraulic series and expand our product range to include high-performance entry-level electric machines for the precise, energy-efficient production of complex moulded parts.”
A new Allrounder 570 E Golden Electric with a clamping force of 2,000kN and size 800 injection unit will produce two CD trays in a cycle time of around 15 seconds at the Plastpol 2016. The 74g moulded parts made from PS will be handled by a linear Multilift Select robotic system.
The second exhibit will be a hybrid high-performance Allrounder 720 H from the Hidrive series with a clamping force of 3,200kN and size 1300 injection unit, which will produce flip-top closures for the packaging sector. A 16-cavity mould from Polish company ZPTS Witoplast will be used to produce the 3.5g closures made from PP. The cycle time is around 12 seconds.
Designed for standard applications in thermoplastics processing, Allrounder Golden Electric machines offer an excellent price/performance ratio thanks to their consistent standardisation.

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