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The Best Injection Molding Machines Up To 100 Tons
The Best Injection Molding Machines Up To 100 Tons
BOY Machines Inc. is the exclusive U.S. importer of BOY injection molding machines, which are recognized throughout the world for their unsurpassed quality and service record. The company has been selling and servicing these machines in the U.S. for nearly 40 years. BOY offers horizontal & insert injection molding machines in a range of standard models with capacities from 11 up to 100 U.S. tons and shot sizes from 0.0035 to 8.90 oz. Machines are available to process thermoplastics, liquid silicone rubber, PVC, elastomers, and thermosets. All models are equipped with the patented Procan ALPHA® control and fully hydraulic systems. The E-series feature a very energy-saving and efficient servo-motor pump drive
Series: Procan ALPHA® 2 models BOY XS to 100E
Clamp type: Horizontal, vertical; hydraulic two-platen
Clamp-size range: 11 to 110 tons
Injection unit: Hydraulic and vertical reciprocating screw Injection capacity: 0.15 to 8.89 oz.
Applications: General purpose, LSR, PVC, thermoset, elastomer, insert, PIM, micro-molding, and ceramic molding versions.
Servo hydraulics are becoming standard; servo pickers proliferate; water flow monitoring and control are new focus.
In two stations, four materials are injected in six colors.
Injection molding Cartesian robots are being made lighter and faster, but with greater payload capacity and vibration resistance. Six-axis articulated robots are being made easier to program.
More productivity with less energy consumption and capital investment; more operations in the machine or manufacturing cell with less time, labor, energy, and capital—these were the common themes of injection molding exhibits at October’s K 2013 show.
Next month’s mammoth triennial plastics show in Düsseldorf, Germany, challenges injection molding machine builders to demonstrate technological leadership in addressing the needs of the marketplace.
More speed, more power, more precision, and more automated functions accomplished in and out of the mold. That’s exactly what injection machinery suppliers were offering at NPE2012.
Hot buttons at the show will be multi-component molding, in-mold labeling/decorating (IML/IMD), in-mold assembly, medical molding, liquid silicone rubber (LSR), micro-molding, and high-speed packaging.
So far, Boy Machines Inc., Exton, Pa., has offered its latest drive technology on machines from 35 to 90 metric tons.
There were new presses of all stripes aplenty at K 2010, but the “wow” factor was supplied by automated work cells and integrated manu-facturing systems performing multiple operations before, during, and after molding.
The world’s largest plastics show, coming up next month in Dusseldorf, Germany, provides ample evidence of the growing sway of electric drive technology in injection molding.
Show goers will see an electric injection machine in nearly every press maker’s booth this year, and electric/hydraulic hybrids in several.
New injection machinery at the show ranged from all-electric units for high-speed packaging or bioplastic processing to hybrid presses ready for the cleanroom. Other units highlighted multi-component molding with LSR and thermoplastics or super-compact presses for small parts. Several new machines targeted specific applications such as caps and closures, PET preforms, LSR, or integrated long-glass compounding.
If a better machine can help your company beat challenging economic conditions, you’ll probably find it at NPE. And finding it will be easier, thanks to our editors’ efforts to sift out of some 2000 exhibits the most significant news in injection and blow molding, extrusion, compounding, and thermoforming.
A servo-motor pump drive is at the heart of a new series of electric/hydraulic presses said to be quieter, faster, and more precise than standard hydraulic models and more economical than all-electrics.
A compact cleanroom molding design requiring about 6 sq ft of floorspace was exhibited by Boy Machines Inc., Exton, Pa., at a recent trade show in Poland.
WEB EXCLUSIVE A compact cleanroom molding design requiring about 6 sq ft (2 m2) of floorspace was exhibited by Boy Machines Inc., Exton, Pa., at a recent trade show in Poland.
If you were looking for a new machine to mold micro- or mega-sized parts, multiple materials, long fibers, high-speed/high-cavitation packaging, exotic multi-material combinations with compounding on the machine, or just a cost-effective press for general-purpose use—K 2007 had it all.
Liquid silicone rubber is breaking out of its niche into a broader array of applications, helped by new developments in materials, machinery, and processing. Larger parts, micro-parts, foams, and multi-color or multi-material combinations are key areas of innovation.
A new touchscreen control said to set new standards for speed, precision, and ease of use comes from Boy Machines Inc., Exton, Pa.
At the big “K” Show next month, top billing goes to new all-electric machines aimed at every segment of the market, from general-purpose to high-end.