ARBURG at the Arabplast 2013 in Dubai
- Focus on production efficiency
- High-performance hybrid machine designed for packaging sector
- Production cell manufactures high-quality IML containers in under five seconds
At the Arabplast in Dubai, to be held from 7 to 10 January 2013, Arburg will focus on the topic of production efficiency and exhibit a representative of its high-performance Allrounder Hidrive machine series on Stand D110 in Hall 5. A hybrid Allrounder 720 H in the "Packaging" version will produce thin-walled IML containers in a cycle time of under five seconds.
Efficient production means achieving optimum quality at minimum unit cost. For this purpose, all areas and influencing factors must be examined and taken into consideration over the entire value-added chain and an individually-customised injection moulding solution configured in each case. Here, examination of the value-added chain begins with product design and extends across mould, machine and peripheral technology, including configuration, through to process integration, process control and production planning. Arburg possesses sound expertise in all of these areas and is able to comprehensively support its customers in the realisation of efficient moulded part production.
Application-specific: Hidrive in "Packaging" version
At the Arabplast, Arburg will present a highly sophisticated application for the packaging sector. The machine belongs to the high-performance hybrid Hidrive series, which is characterised by high productivity, speed and energy efficiency, and covers a clamping force range from 600 to 5,000 kN. The exhibit, an Allrounder 720 H in the "Packaging" version, is adapted to the application-specific requirements of the packaging sector and features a clamping force of 2,900 kN and a size 1300 injection unit. The high performance of this machine will be impressively demonstrated with a high-speed in-mould labelling application at the trade fair. The exhibit will be equipped with a 4+4-cavity stack mould from Erkoc Mold and will produce thin-walled IML tubs in a cycle time of under five seconds. Insertion of the labels, as well as moulded part removal and set-down will be performed by an IML system from Roboplas.
ARBURG GmbH + Co KG
Arburg, a German machine construction company, is one of the leading global manufacturers of injection moulding machines for plastics processing with clamping forces between 125 kN and 5,000 kN. Robotic systems, customer- and sector-specific turnkey solutions and further peripherals round off our product range.
In keeping with its motto "Arburg for efficient injection moulding", the company places the overarching topic of production efficiency at the centre of all its activities, taking into account the entire value-added chain. The objective is to enable the Arburg customers to manufacture their products in optimal quality at minimum unit costs - e.g. for the automotive and packaging industries, communication and entertainment electronics, medical technology, or the white goods sector.
An international sales and service network guarantees first-class, local customer support. Arburg is represented by its own organisations at 32 locations in 24 countries and by trading partners in more than 50 countries. The machines are produced exclusively at the parent factory in Lossburg, Germany. From a total of more than 2,200 employees, around 1,840 work in Germany. About 360 further employees work in Arburg's organisations around the world. In 2012, Arburg became one of the first companies to gain triple certification: to ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environment) and ISO 50001 (Energy).
Further information about Arburg can be found at www.arburg.com.
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