Italian injection moulding machinery maker Negri Bossi (NB) will be displaying its all new Nova s600T this October at K2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Completing the Nova sT range, the new machine is available from 600 to 1300 tonnes and features a unique toggle system that offers vastly increased strokes, tie bar distances and platen speeds in a very compact footprint.
The machine offers the benefits of a traditional toggle system yet has a footprint close to that of a two-platen machine, according to NB.
In addition, the injection moulding machine is equipped with the latest generation servo hydraulic system, for maximum performance and energy efficiency energy saving
The machine also features a Motus controller with a “revolutionary virtual object system for axis movement”.
At the show, the machine will be making a folding crate with a Sytrama robot extracting parts and sending them to an assembly station.
NB will also be showcasing two electric machines from its Nova eT range as well as a 330 tonnes servo hydraulic machine.
Ranging from 50 to 350 tonnes, the machines in the Nova eT range are aimed at the packaging, closure, medical and optical moulding sectors and are claimed to be “precise, efficient and fast.”
The machines feature smart flex 2 clamp units especially designed for electric actuation and for reduced dry cycle times.
The machines in the Nova eT range feature generous tie bar spacing and high injection speeds and come equipped with the Tactum multi-touch controller with scroll, zoom and swipe capability, the company said.
Among the highlights on show will be a Nova e130T fitted with a 40 mm barrier screw and a mould made by Barcelona-based Molmasa that will be producing roll-on deodorant packaging.
This moulding solution for the packaging industry is a new patented method for producing high quality plastic blown bottles directly from the injection moulding machine.
Negri Bossi will also be showcasing a 220-tonne Nova eT machine that produces glass, using a four-impression mould made by FB Moulds. This line will include a bagging machine.
Parts are extracted via a side entry Sytrama Robot and placed onto the bagging line.
The fourth machine will be a 330-tonne machine that produces a broom brush with the help of Negri Bossi’s FMC technology, which employs nitrogen in microcellular form to reduce the weight of the product and eliminate aesthetic defects.
In addition to the FMC system, the product is made using wood plastic compound (WPC) to lower the environmental impact.
All machines will be equipped with automation systems from Sytrama, a Negri Bossi sister company, which will have a small robot demo at the stand.
K 2019 will be held 16-23 Oct in Düsseldorf, Germany.