On the right track - BOY offers a positive summary of the 2011 MSV in Brno
The future of energy supply is very much discussed in Europe, but a clear forecast remains elusive. However, one thing is for certain: The development and optimization of efficient and resource-efficient machines are and remain an important topic when it comes to machine design and building. This design requirement was realized very early by BOY and is why they developed a servo motor pump drive that exceeds all previous drive concepts concerning efficiency and reliability.
BOY 35 E is impressive in live demonstration
During the fair, PLASTOCHEM BRNO spol., the representative of BOY, demonstrated the versatility of the new E-series with the BOY 35 E. This injection moulding machine is the most compact machine in its clamping category with a footprint of only 1,9 square meters. The BOY 35 E produced three-part plastic hooks that were produced in a three-cavity family mould.
New technology offers many advantages to users
"The interest in servo drive technology is growing", said Thomas Breiden, Marketing Manager of BOY. "This new drive technology on our machines represents the next important step in the technical advancement of our machines", says Breiden. The latest example is the BOY 22 E, which was presented at the Fakuma this year.
Dr. Boy GmbH & Co. KG
Dr. Boy GmbH & Co. KG is one of the leading worldwide manufacturers of injection moulding machines with a clamping force below 1,000 kN. Its precision, compact design, and low cost/performance ratio characterize the BOY product line. With innovative concepts and solutions, time and again BOY sets new standards. Since the company was founded in 1968, nearly 40,000 injection moulding machines have been delivered on all five continents. The company, which is led by the proprietors, continues to put special emphasis on engineering performance and high-class "made in Germany" workmanship.
For further information visit www.dr-boy.de.
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