Ultra compact and efficient

BOY scored at the Plastindia 2012

(PresseBox) ( Neustadt, )
BOY had an impressive showing at the Plastindia international plastic fair in New Delhi. They demonstrated a servo driven BOY 55 E and a BOY XS, which is the smallest BOY injection molding machine with a clamping force of 100 kN.

The ultra compact BOY XS (footprint 0,8 m²) produced small plugs (0,3 g part weight) made from ABS in 5 seconds in a sixteen-cavity mould. It is the best of the best machine for micro and sprueless single-cavity injection molding. It was designed and has been proven for a 24/7 industrial production environment.

The BOY 55 E (clamping force 550 kN), one of the most powerful and efficient injection molding machines in its tonnage class, produced 64 caps for writing utensils (PP) in 8 seconds. The E-Series BOY 55 E, equipped with the energy efficient, dynamic and quiet servo drive, was very impressive during demonstrations in the booth of the Indian BOY representative Karan Engineering Co.

Since the introduction of the servo motor pump drive in 2008, more and more users have selected these energy efficient E-Series machines from BOY. Every injection cycle results with energy savings of up to 70% when compared to other drive technologies. The BOY E-Series machines are able to reduce the costs per part.

Both machines were equipped with the high-end Procan ALPHA control with full-touch-display. Its precision and ease of operation impressed the attendees. Many important project discussions and verbal commitments made the show very positive for BOY and Karan Engineering.
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