Advance word on several new press models were provided by two exhibitors at next month’s Fakuma show in Germany.
The new F-Series from Ferromatik Milacron (U.S. office in Batavia, Ohio) began shipping in May with its first three models—80, 160, and 350 metric tons.
High-speed machines for clean room medical and packaging.
Featuring a greater range of shot sizes, 20% faster dry cycles, and 30% more clamping rigidity, the EC-SX series of all-electric presses was introduced by Toshiba Machine Corp., Elk Grove Village, Ill.
Negri Bossi, Inc., New Castle, Del., has expanded its new Janus Series electric/hydraulic hybrid line with additional models that offer higher performance.
Offering longer strokes, bigger payloads, and a rigid structure designed for speed, the fi rst model in in the new S5 line of all-servo Cartesian beam robots is available from Sepro America LLC, Pittsburgh.
A new, three-lesson course on “Mastering Electric Molding Machines” will beavailable by July 30 from Paulson Training Programs, Inc., Chester, Conn.
A new ultra-high-speed/high-pressure electric injection press specially designed for thin-wall molding comes from Nissei America Inc., Anaheim, Calif.
Synventive Molding Solutions, Peabody, Mass., has two new hot-runner products: Model 06E threaded/screw-fit nozzle and model PNC30 pneumatic bolt-on actuator for valve gates.
Tthere is still need to educate molders on how to set up and operate all-electric injection machines.