|Voltage:||Customed Avaiable||Used For:||Plastic Products|
|Motor:||Servo & Standard & Variable Pump||Keyword:||Energy Saving|
|Warranty:||18 Months||Plastic Type:||Thermoplastic|
plastic moulding machine,
automatic injection moulding machine
1.Optimized clamping unit provides lower energy consumption and faster movements for reduced cycle times.
2.The redesigned toggle kinematics for higher efficiency and lower energy consumption for small and large machines.
3.The redesigned clamping unit providing lower platen stress and higher mold force stability, reducing mold wear and improving molded product stability.
4.Fixed platen with centralized force loading and less platen flexing. Redesigned moving platen providing centralized force distribution from the toggle system to the mold. The result: higher rigidity and stability.
5.Providing better lubrication and lower lubrication consumption. A smooth operation leads to longer lifetime of the clamp. Less maintenance required.
|Screw L/D Ration||L/D||22.1||21.6||19.5|
|Space Between Tie Bars||mm||420*420|
|Pump Motor Power||KW||13|
|Oil Tank Capacity||L||230|
A skilled team of design engineers will be able to brainstorm, design, and improve upon a variety of solutions to meet the particular complexities of a specific project. The design team at Creative Mechanisms has combined decades of experience creating elegant solutions to complex problems. Meet some of our team here, here, or here, or visit our Customer Testimonials page to see what previous and current clients have to say about our product design capabilities. We think you’ll be impressed.
After a looks-like, feels-like design has been tested and slated for further production, the mold (or die) needs to be designed for injection mold manufacturing. Molds are commonly made from these types of metals:
Hardened steel: Typically the most expensive material to use for a mold, and generally the longest-lasting (which can drive down price per unit). This makes hardened steel a good material choice for products where multiple hundreds of thousands are to be produced.
Prehardened steel: Does not last as many cycles as hardened steel, and is less expensive to create.
Aluminum: Most commonly used for single cavity "Prototype Tooling" when a relatively low number of parts are needed for testing. Once the injection molded parts from this tool are tested and approved, then a multi cavity steel production tool is produced. It is possible to get many thousands of parts from an aluminum tool but typically it is used for lower quantities.
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