New programming wizards, data screens, and pushbuttons for machine movements are some of the upgrades to the new Mosaic control now standard on all injection molding machines from Cincinnati Milacron, Batavia, Ohio. (It is also an option on Cincinnati Milacron extruders-at no extra cost on twin-screws.) Introduced this month at NPE in Chicago, the new control has enhanced setup capabilities with more filling stages, plus the ability to transfer between stages based on multiple parameters. User-selectable clamp setup now includes six closing stages (with three for mold protection) and five opening stages. Mosaic also has 10-stage injection profile, 10 stages of pack and hold with real-time graphing, and simultaneous monitoring of 16 selectable process parameters. There are 13 time- and position-based process graphs. Any screen can be reached in no more than two touches. A permanent status bar continuously displays critical machine parameters. A setpoint overview page displays all critical parameters on a single page. An internal web browser allows for remote troubleshooting or production monitoring.
Injection Molding Machines
4165 Halfacre Rd Batavia, OH 45103
Phone (513) 536-2000 Fax (513) 536-2441