ARBURG GmbH + Co KG
Lossburg , 72290 DE
As Seen In Plastics Technology
Simulation Software Speeds Mask Development
Sigma Engineering partnered with Arburg and others to expedite the design and optimization of a molded LSR mask, using simulation to determine mold setup, filling calculations and thermal layout in 24 hours.
Tradeshow Giveaway Converted to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Arburg, Ems-Chemie and Uvex quickly converted darkened, freebie sunglasses into transparent, certified goggles for use by frontline healthcare and emergency workers.
Arburg Opens New Training Center
The training center is part of a new 13,700-m2 structure at the company’s Lossburg headquarters, which will also include administrative space and a health center.
Arburg Acquires 3D Printing Provider German RepRap
German RepRap will remain a separate company.
Arburg Unveils Inline Fiber-Reinforced Additive Manufacturing
At the Hannover Messe 2020, Arburg is producing fiber-reinforced grippers on a Freeformer additive manufacturing machine modified with a feed unit for glass or carbon fibers.
K 2019—The Show Before the Show
Multiple events were held at the Messe Düsseldorf immediately prior to K 2019's opening, including press conferences for Arburg, Covestro and the VDMA.
Digital Manufacturing & Industry 4.0 Highlighted At Fakuma 2018
The “Road to Digitalization” was the theme of Arburg’s exhibit at the Fakuma in Germany.
‘Smart Data’: The Rise of the ‘Dashboards’
For North American plastics processors, NPE2018 offered the broadest exposure yet to the bundle of trends and technologies known as Industry 4.0 or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT).
VIDEO: Plastimagen Marches On
Only 49 days removed from a devastating earthquake and with the possibility of sweeping changes to a key trade deal looming, Plastimagen 2017 in Mexico City plowed forward.
Everything Is Bigger in China
Where can you find a molder who buys 100 injection machines over five years, and then another 100 machines in 18 months? In China, that’s where.
Thin-Walled Biobased Packaging That’s Injection-Moldable and Commercially Viable
A consortium in The Netherlands has come up with an innovative three-pronged approach.
Looking for a Measure of Demoldability? Here’s a New Approach
If you’ve ever had trouble ejecting parts from a difficult mold—I should have said when, not if—you may have experimented with different mold finishes or even coatings to overcome sticking.
Three Straight Years of Record Results for Arburg
Arburg marked a third straight year of record turnover with growing contributions from Asia, as well as its newer large-tonnage and all-electric machine offerings.
Advances in Molding, 3D Printing At Arburg ‘Technology Days’
Over 6700 visitors saw more than 50 working machinery exhibits highlighting automation, connectivity, and sophisticated processing.
Arburg ‘Technology Days’-6700 Visitors and Several Novelties
The first metal-powder injection molded smartphone frame, PP-IML containers molded in under 2 sec, a new additive-manufacturing development center, and hints of innovations yet to come.
K 2016 Proves Additive Manufacturing Has Staying Power
K 2016 made clear that additive manufacturing is establishing a prominent position at the triennial show among long-running mainstays like injection molding, extrusion, blowmolding and thermoforming.
K 2016 Injection Molding: Rapid Pace of Development
Servo drives dominate. Other trends include multitouch screens, adding materials data to process controls, and Industry 4.0 connectivity.
Spotlight On 3D Printing at K 2016
During K 2013, Arburg captured everyone’s attention with its novel Freeformer machine for additive manufacturing. We’ll find out soon what will be the next showstopper, but in the meantime, here’s a preview of some cool and innovative 3D printing technologies that you’ll see in Dusseldorf.
Europe’s Plastics Machinery Manufacturers Concerned Over "Brexit”
The United Kingdom is both an important export market for Europe’s plastics suppliers, as well as a location for independent subsidiaries.