ENGEL e-motion 160 T combi
Multi-components for shorter cycle times We have split the injection moulding process for producing the
housing sections for medical devices into two components.
By injecting two thin layers instead of one, the cooling time required for the component is reduced.
The result is a significant reduction of the cycle time.
The new ENGEL compact cell also makes a substantial contribution to the compact production cell design.
Multiple components for shorter cycle times
ENGEL often paves new ways in this industry, as can be seen in this case as well, where – uncommonly – more is less.
We have broken up the injection molding process for producing the housing sections for medical devices into two parts.
By simultaneously spraying two thin films, which cool down very quickly, we bypass the longer cooling time
of one-component production.
The result is a substantial shortening of the cycle time.
This innovation is presented on a cleanroom version of an all-electric ENGEL e-motion 310H/170W/160 T
combi injection molding machine with an 8-cavity mold by Hack Formenbau.
The two-component precision mold is fully servo-electric in its operation and is the first to use a software program
newly developed by ENGEL.
This means that the servo-electric movements of core-pulls, for example, can be controlled in the same way
as those of hydraulic systems.
You can also look forward to experiencing a world premiere of this exhibit: the new
ENGEL compact cell makes a substantial contribution to the compact production cell design.
Material – Polypropylene
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Engel plastic injection molding machines for the markets of Serbia,
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Montenegro, Nigeria, Cameroon and Ghana ,
as well as equipment for the plastics industry of Piovan, Sipa, Tria, MB Conveyors and Eurochiller .