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BOY 35 E VV.
BOY 35 E VV.
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Dr. Boy is ready to roll out a record 14 exhibits at the 25th Fakuma, which will be held in Friedrichshafen, Germany from October 17-21.

From the compact BOY XXS and BOY XS, the insert molding machines and additional injection molding units up to the BOY 100 E, almost all machine sizes and series of the company will be exhibited.

Eight exhibits will be presented at its booth and another six machines will appear at its partners' stands. The new table top machine BOY XXS with 63kN clamping force produces small game figures made of a foamed polypropylene (PP). It is equipped with an energy-efficient servo drive and the intuitively operable machine control Procan ALPHA 4

The mold changing system of the BOY XXS allows short set-up times, an important advantage in case of small series production and in the prototype construction. Another advantage is the optimized clamping plates of the BOY XXS, especially for micro forms of many normal manufacturers.

The processing of polyether ether ketone (PEEK) on the BOY XS with 100kN clamping force and the use of a new mold concept on a BOY 35 E are further highlights at the show. The energy-saving approach of this new development provides for a partial tempering of the mold.

Only the mold area relevant for the injection molding process – in this case the 3D-printed metal mold inserts – is appropriately tempered. After the energy-saving servo drive and the development of the EconPlast-plasticizing technology, this is a further step to make the injection molding process more energy-saving and efficient in terms of the molds, said the company.

A special treat will indulge to visitors at the BOY 35 E VV. A "Poffertjes" – silicone mold is produced in just 45s, in which the delicious Dutch pastry specialties can be baked subsequently. The IGUS robot Robolink 5 removes the injected silicone mold from the mold and places it on a conveyor belt for cooling. Then the visitors can take away these sufficiently cooled silicone molds from the conveyor belt and use them for the preparation of their own homemade treats.

An equally practical injection molded part is produced on the BOY 60 E. In conjunction with the BOY 2C S auxiliary injection unit, the compact injection molding machine manufactures a two-component bottle spout.

The BOY 60 injects the transparent part of the spout from NAS, subsequently the BOY 2C S overmolds the bottle spout with two sealing lips from thermoplastic elastomer (TPE). The finished part is then removed from the mold by the BOY LR 5 removal handling and placed onto a conveyor belt. At the end of the conveyor belt, none of the bottle spouts will be left.

A fast-running BOY 100 E with 1,000kN clamping force rounds off Boy's showings. On the largest BOY injection molding machines, dosing caps for insulin pens are produced with a large-volume 48-fold mold.

The installed double servo pump of the BOY 100 E enables the parallel build-up of nozzle-contact-pressure and high pressure at the beginning of the injection molding cycle.

At the end of the cycle the two functions mold opening and ejector triggering can be performed in parallel by means of the servo double pump. As a result, users who opt for this BOY drive alternative save valuable time with each cycle.

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