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Complex multi-component application

Complex multi-component application

News 28.06.2018

At the German Rubber Conference (DKT) in Nuremberg from 2 to 5 July 2018, ARBURG will demonstrate the multi-component injection moulding of hard/soft combinations.

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Complex: multi-component application
As a trade fair application, an electric ALLROUNDER 470 A will produce holding brakes made from 30% glass-fibre-reinforced PBT and a 70 Shore A hardness LSR component on an 8+8-cavity mould. First, the thermoplastic component is injection moulded without a sprue via a hot runner. The pre-moulded part is rotated in the mould via an indexing unit. The LSR component is then moulded on via a cold runner. For this purpose, a second, external piston-type injection unit is used, which is bolted directly onto the mould. In this manner, eight holding brakes, each weighing 0.38 g are produced in a cycle time of 40 seconds. The LSR component share here is only 0.03 g.

About Arburg
A German family-owned company, Arburg is one of the leading global manufacturers of plastic processing machines. The product portfolio encompasses Allrounder injection moulding machines with clamping forces of between 125 and 6,500 kN, the Freeformer for industrial additive manufacturing and robotic systems, customer and industry-specific turnkey solutions and further peripheral equipment.

The company places the topic of production efficiency at the centre of all its activities, taking into account the entire value-added chain. The objective is to enable Arburg customers to manufacture their plastic products, whether as one-off parts or in high-volume production, with optimal quality and at minimum unit costs – e.g. for the automotive and packaging industries, communication and entertainment electronics, medical technology or the white goods sector.

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