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Arburg presents its entire product range for the efficient production of plastic parts at CHINAPLAS 2016.
Arburg presents its entire product range for the efficient production of plastic parts at CHINAPLAS 2016.

Arburg is bringing a complete range of plastic parts production systems to CHINAPLAS 2016, from one-off parts manufactured by Freeformer to high volume production with Allrounders injection molding machines.

A “Packaging” version of Arburg’s hybrid Allrounder specially designed for thin-walled applications in the packaging industry is presented at the show.

The hybrid Allrounder 570 H with a clamping force of 1,800kN produces four 200ml butter boxes in a cycle time of around 3.2s. A 2+2-cavity stack mold is used in the In-mold Labeling (IML) application, which allows for smaller-sized machines to be used compared with conventional four-cavity mold.

Automation is handled by a two-axis robotic system. This inserts two so-called butterfly labels on the fixed and moving mold platen and removes the finished parts from the center block.

In another demonstration, an all-electric Allrounder is used to produce pill splitters for medical use made from polycarbonate (PC) on an eight-cavity mold. The cycle time is around 25s and the part weigh is 18g. A Multilift Select robotic system from Arburg is used for demolding.

In addition, a Freeformer additive manufacturing machine demonstrates the production of pill splitters for medical technology use from PC in small volumes.
Once the supporting structures have been removed in a water bath, the two-piece articulated part can be used as a design prototype or for functional tests, for example. This means that expensive aluminum molds can be dispensed with and new products can reach series maturity much faster.

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