Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd., Bolton, Ont., has launched a new generation of its HyCAP hybrid electric/hydraulic molding system for high output of beverage closures.
In order to keep up with advances in mold cooling and the faster-cycling parallel movements of electric and hybrid machines, injection presses need ability to melt crystalline resins faster.
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.