Logically consistent expansion: new Allrounder A models
Newcomers to the electric Alldrive series / Allrounder 270 A and 720 A now added to the range
The new Allrounder 270 A is the smallest size in Arburg's range of electric machines. This model has a distance between tie bars of 270 x 270 millimetres, a clamping force of 350 kN and size 70 injection unit with a maximum shot weight of 21 g of PS. At the upper end of the machine scale, customers will find the Allrounder 720 A, another new machine size. This model's impressive specifications include: a maximum clamping force of 3,200 kN and a size 800 injection unit, which offers a maximum shot weight of 434 g of PS. With this machine, large moulds can now also be used on the Allrounder A.
Allrounder A: Electric, energy-efficient, precise
The electric Allrounder A is now available in six sizes in all: 270 A, 370 A, 470 A, 520 A, 570 A and 720 A. One quality they all share is high cost efficiency in everyday use. The main axes, with servo-electric drive as standard, enable simultaneous movements and correspondingly short cycle times. The auxiliary axes can be moved electrically or hydraulically to suit requirements, providing low-cost and functional equipment alternatives for the respective application. A further advantage of these electric machines is their low energy consumption which, depending on the application, can be up to 50 % lower than that of a comparable hydraulic machine. Accordingly, all Alldrive machines also bear the Arburg "e²" energy-efficiency label.
Allrounder A: Cost-efficient and flexible in operation
High reproducibility and part quality are ensured by the excellent positioning accuracy of the electric movement axes. Incidentally, this technology significantly reduces noise emissions. What's more, this important feature also enables quick and precise synchronous entry into the mould, further optimising cycle times. Finally, short dry cycle times also contribute to the shorter cycles of the Allrounder A.
An even wider range of applications
The expansion of the Allrounder A series in the form of the Allrounder 720 A provides customers with larger installation dimensions for more complex moulds. At the other end of the spectrum, the Allrounder 270 A, with its small size 70 injection unit, is especially suitable for the production of small and micro-components. With these two new machines, Arburg has expanded the Alldrive series at both ends of the clamping force spectrum, while also ensuring maximum quality. As a result, Arburg electric injection machines now boast an even broader range of applications, for production that is both highly precise and energy efficient, and therefore promises long-term cost effectiveness.
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. Fields of application include the production of plastic parts for motor vehicles, communications and consumer electronics, medical technology, domestic appliances and packaging. The product range is completed by robotic systems, complex projects and other peripherals. Arburg's operations are coordinated by an integrated management system and are DIN EN ISO 9001 and 14001 certified. Arburg is represented by its own organisations in 24 countries at 32 locations and by trading partners in more than 50 countries. However, production takes place exclusively in the parent factory in Lossburg (Germany) - with the mark of quality "made by Arburg - made in Germany". From a total of more than 2,000 Arburg employees, around 1,700 work in Germany. Around 330 further employees work in Arburg's organisations around the world.
Further information about Arburg can be found at www.arburg.com
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