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New solutions at Automatica 2016

News 19.07.2016

At this year’s Automatica in Munich the automation specialist, Waldorf Technik GmbH & Co. KG,  presented its innovations and new technologies for the production of packaging and medical solutions using injection molding.

The modern world of packaging is now inconceivable without in mold labelling, as the brilliant printing and cost-efficient flexibility of this decoration method is quite simply too attractive for a variety of print images.

Waldorf Technik has worked assiduously over the last years to develop and consistently expand its product segment of IML automation. Now the portfolio covers five different standard series to meet an array of customer needs such as reduced invest, stack molds, extremely compact space, systems for consumer goods packaging and also big bags like pails.

In terms of automation for medical technology Waldorf Technik remains unrivalled. Under the brand name Vario TIP®,  a patented, variable system concept for the manufacture of pipette tips and blood reagent containers, Waldorf Technik demonstrates how automation should work. The intelligent  extraction technology and patented logistics are the centerpieces of such systems.

The plastic parts are collected in a parts storage unit in cavity groups using specially developed gripper and converter technology; the racks are then filled by this parts storage unit individually and by cavity. The system is built in a modular design. Various function modules can be docked such as a filter insertion, systematic error checking, sporadic error checking, defective part exchange stations and different packaging variations. The system concept is not dependent on the number of cavities in the mold.

Since 30 years now Waldorf Technik develops and constructs high-performance automation systems for injection molders worldwide. Core competences include projects in the fields of IML packaging and medical consumables with short cycle times.

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