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ENGEL is a trusted partner and fully committed to our customers throughout North America. We leverage our worldwide technological expertise to bring new machine concepts and innovative applications to strengthen the competitiveness and leadership of our North American customers. With global service, production and sales resources, ENGEL is a partner you can count on for long-term quality and technology solutions that support innovative products and effective production. We’re determined to be first, so you can be first with efficiently produced, quality products that help you to excel in your marketplace. With global resources and local service and support, ENGEL North America has what it takes to be your partner for success.
Collaborative Partnerships For Success.
It’s not just about equipment. It’s about helping you bring your ideas to life — discovering new approaches, engineering innovations, developing new process technologies. And then being there with the service and support you need to stay out in front. Some of our customers call it “ENGEL’s innovative drive.” We call it collaborative partnership for success. Our business focus is exclusively on making injection molding work for your business — and doing it better than anyone else in the world.
From large automotive parts to intricate teletronic and medical components; from precision optical products to multi-material composites, ENGEL has injection molding solutions that meet the most challenging demands for product quality and production efficiency. ENGEL offers machines from 30 to 6,000 tons, and every one is backed with ENGEL technical know-how and highly trained factory service, from engineering to installation to ongoing support.
|ENGEL manufactures injection molding machinery from 30 - 6000 US tons.|
ENGEL manufactures injection molding machinery in eight facilities worldwide, ranging from 30 to 6000 US tons, with a line of all-electric, tiebarless, toggle, and two-platen machines. With over 50 years of providing technology solutions to the industry, we offer machines for: insert, multi-injection, co-injection, thermoplastic, thermoset, rubber, BMC, LIM, PIM, gas and water-assist, x-melt, glazemelt, MuCell®, in-mold decorating, fiber and textile molding. ENGEL supplies a complete range of part handling robots, from sprue picker to full servo six-axis robot; with turnkey automation systems also available. Customer Service is provided in North America by over 60 direct ENGEL service employees, with spare parts available through 5 regional part centers.
Clamp type: Horizontal, hydraulic tie-bar-less
Clamp-size range: 30 to 560 tons
Injection unit: Hydraulic, reciprocating screw; electric option (e-victory) available
Applications: General purpose
Standard features: barrier-free access to mold area, large platens, more room for larger molds and core pulls, modular, high precision platen parallelism.
Options: LSR/LIM, multi-injection, gasmelt/watermelt, foammelt
Clamp type: Horizontal, electric, tie-bar-less or toggle
Clamp-size range: 35 to 550 US tons
Injection unit: Electric, reciprocating screw
Standard features: toggle version: Five-point toggle clamp with C-frame; mixing control during plastication; direct (beltless) servo clamp drive; tie-bar-less version: barrier-free access to mold area, large platens, more room for larger molds and core pulls, modular, high precision platen parallelism.
Options: LSR/LIM version, X-Melt (expansion molding) process, multi-injection.
Clamp type: Horizontal, hydraulic toggle
Clamp-size range: 310 to 720 tons
Injection unit: Hydraulic, reciprocating screw; electric option (e-speed) available
Applications: General purpose, fast cycling
Standard features: Up to 1000 mm/sec injection speed, high-performance, high-speed toggle lever system, five-point double toggle clamp, easy mold-height adjustment, sensitive mold protection.
Clamp type: Horizontal, hydromechanical two-platen
Clamp-size range: 400 to 6000 US tons
Injection unit: Hydraulic, reciprocating screw; electric option (e-duo) available
Applications: Large parts
Standard features: fast movements and positive locking for extremely short dry cycle times, compact footprint, highly precise platen parallelism, and sensitive mold protection.
Options: servohydraulic ENGEL eco-drive technology, electric screw drive, automatic tie-bar retraction, extended daylight or mold-height range.
Clamp type: Vertical, fully hydraulic
Clamp-size range: 40 to 440 tons
Injection unit: Hydraulic or electric, reciprocating screw; electric option (e-insert) available
Applications: Insert molding
Standard features: Horizontal or vertical injection, two- or three-position rotary table or shuttle, quick mold change, quick barrel change, single-point height adjustment for injection unit.
Clamp type: Horizontal electric toggle
Clamp-size range: 55 to 195 tons
Injection unit: Electric, reciprocating screw
Applications: General purpose
Standard features: combines great performance with amazing precision; compact dimensions; all movements performed by servo-electric drives; up to 22 m/s² acceleration on the injection axis.
Automation solutions for injection molding machines from 30 to 6000 tons: from simple part removal, depositing, and sprue separation, through sophisticated insert-placing and take-out, to combining various process steps in a highly-integrated production cell.
ENGEL viper. A powerful linear robot, providing maximum stability, impressive dynamics and maximum userfriendliness. The new ENGEL viper saves weight thanks to its innovative design using laser-welded steel sections and convinces users with a substantially higher load-bearing capacity.
More efficiency thanks to intelligence. Thanks to clever software such as vibration control, or mass identification, it automatically reduces structure-borne vibration, even with longer axis dimensions, and optimizes its movements and dynamic values to achieve better efficiency. The impressive results: ultra-fast cycle times and maximum productivity accompanied by low energy consumption.
The ENGEL viper series is available for payloads from 6 kg - 120 kg
ENGEL e-pic. For maximum efficiency and flexibility in pick-and-place applications with small molded parts and sprues. Suitable for machines from 28 to 250 tons, the ENGEL e-pic features three pneumatic axes. It is easy to use -- requiring no programming experience, and its’ unique design provides a compact footprint at a very competitive price. Suitable for use on both ENGEL and third-party machines.
ENGEL easix multi-axis industrial robots. The control unit of the ENGEL easix multi-axis robot is fully integrated into the control unit of the ENGEL injection molding machine. The robot is simple to operate and program, with the machine and robot movements precisely coordinated to one another. Since the robot can access the machine parameters, the gripper can enter the mold area during the opening movement, which in turn significantly reduces cycle times.
The additional movement instructions for the industrial robot can be seamlessly integrated into the graphical user interface of the extended view. An operator who is able to prepare the sequences for linear robots can also quickly learn to program jointed arm robots.
As all ENGEL robots are truly integrated within the ENGEL’s unique and user friendly controls, both machine and robot are programmed and operated via a single programming language, so you do not need to learn multiple programming languages.
All ENGEL robots are suitable to not only work with ENGEL machines, but also on any third-party machines.
Servo-hydraulics, servo sprue pickers, electronic water-flow monitoring/control, and exotic multi-process cells were the headliners in Friedrichshafen.
Latest plastics personnel moves, including Engel, Davis-Standard, Milacron, DME, Mack Molding, BASF, DuPont and more.
Cost savings and cleanability are moving overmolded capacitive-sensing films from automotive consoles into medical equipment.
Latest personnel moves including updates from SPE, SPI, Engel, BASF, Dri-Air, Mack Molding and more.
Servo hydraulics are becoming standard; servo pickers proliferate; water flow monitoring and control are new focus.
Currier Plastics houses and operates customer-owned injection and blow molding presses, cutting costs for both parties.
With lightweighting and fuel efficiency as drivers, two German automakers pursue alternative technologies for structural parts.
BMW installs huge vertical press for thermoset HP-RTM.
Strategic partnerships give a small molder the technical clout of a much bigger firm.
Fast-growing plastics fair showcases the region’s growing appetite for sophisticated food packaging, and more.
Three suppliers of injection machines and one of in-mold sensors will present the latest technology for injection overmolding of composites.
Some nine years after breaking ground on its own press manufacturing site in China, Engel is reaffirming its faith in the Chinese injection molding market with the launch of a new operation, and brand, intended to serve what it calls the "large commodity applications segment."
Injection molded plastics have long found new applications by replacing metals; but these days it is often injection molded metals that are replacing metal components formed by casting, machining, or other processes.
Massive machines paired up to mold body-shell components.
In two stations, four materials are injected in six colors.
A new conference brings together the leaders in this emerging field of technology.
Find out at a brand-new conference this June in Novi, Mich.
A new process-control method picks up variations in melt quality and viscosity during the injection phase and equalizes them within the same shot.
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.
Molds that break speed records for specific applications; hot runners for medical, packaging, and automotive parts; temperature and valve-gate controllers; and standardized mold components constitute a large grab-bag of news in the tooling category for injection molding at the Dusseldorf show.