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BOY XS and BOY 55 E on the way to Moscow
The BOY distributor BIM Engineering, which is responsible for the Russian market, will present in hall 3 / booth A 21 a BOY XS and a BOY 55 E with servo-drive. While the BOY 55 E (550 kN clamping force) will produce highly transparent rulers with integrated precision magnifying lenses and circular hole templates, the BOY XS (100 kN clamping force) will be impressive with a footprint of only 0,77 m². "Too much power in a small footprint simply doesn't work," comments BOY Export Manager Wolfgang Schmidt.
BOY goes smart
The compact BOY XS will be equipped with the new Procan ALPHA ® 2. The main difference of the new system is the multi-touch capability. Like with modern communication devices, operating functions like scrolling or page changes are now achieved by wiping. Compared with previous foil-touch systems, the new Procan ALPHA ® 2 PCT touch technology guarantees considerably longer-lasting functionality. A recalibration of the screen is no longer required and the touch-surface has been protected against damage with a stable single safety glass cover.
With its BOY 55 E the specialist of injection moulding machines with clamping forces up to 1.000 kN proves its claim to produce energy-efficient machines. The BOY E-Series with the servo-drive has a drive technology that outclasses conventional hydraulic drive systems in terms of efficiency, precision and quietness. In direct comparison with electromechanical drives, BOY scores with its servo-drive and precision. The E-Series achieves on multiple levels with its low connected load, lower initial cost and favorable spare part prices as well as reduced wear. This means savings of up to 50 %, higher dynamics and precision. Add the typical BOY compact design and BOY becomes the first choice for many users.
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