Arburg’s nine exhibits include an Allrounder 1120H (730 U.S. tons), molding eight components of folding step stool from a family mold and assembling via robot.
Engel is molding eight interdental brushes having 500 bristles apiece, with less than a 2-g shot.
New copolyester available as a fully compounded, biocompatible, medical-grade polymer for medical device housings and hardware with strong impact and chemical resistance.
Testing apparatus designed to show PC luers can resist cracking while submerged and under force.
Curing at a lower temperature makes it feasible to overmold the materials onto heat-sensitive substrates, including copolyesters.
Navigator control system now extends to all of the company's brands, including Graham Engineering, Welex, and American Kuhne.
Besides a brand-new machine design, Arburg will present cells molding automotive composites, medical, LSR, and packaging applications, as well as Industry 4.0 multiprocess integration and Freeformer 3D printing.