At Chinaplas from 23 to 26 April 2024, ARBURG will present itself as a comprehensive technology and system partner for the efficient production of plastic parts. At stand D 42 in hall 4.1, the focus will be on applications for the automotive and medical industries. Three Allrounder exhibits will demonstrate the fully automatic overmoulding of inserts, the processing of liquid silicone (LSR) and the production of sophisticated medical components. In addition to injection moulding technology, Arburg will showcase additive manufacturing and automation and offer trade visitors comprehensive and individual advice in the interactive arburgSOLUTIONworld exhibition area.
The unique interactive exhibition area "arburgSOLUTIONworld" is not only an eye-catcher, but also offers trade visitors real added value. ARBURG experts will be on hand at five stations around a four-metre-high LED column to provide customised consultations - for example on the use of the arburgXworld customer portal and the ARBURG host computer system ALS. Other key topics include increasing efficiency through automation, advice on injection moulds, the arburgGREENworld sustainability programme and all aspects of service and training.
Injection moulding highlights and automation
The third injection moulding exhibit, an electric ALLROUNDER 470 E GOLDEN ELECTRIC, produces precise LSR components for the automotive industry and is also automated with a FLEXLIFT linear robotic system.
The ALLROUNDER 470 H with innovative hybrid machine technology is another highlight. The exhibit manufactures adapters from polycarbonate for medical technology and is automated with a FLEXLIFT. This linear robotic system from ARBURG is designed as an entry-level solution for the automated production of moulded parts and is available exclusively for the Asian market.
Arburg will be presenting an ALLROUNDER 1600 T rotary table machine, which overmoulds metal inserts with glass fibre-reinforced PA6 to produce connecting parts for the mobility sector. The demanding handling tasks in this turnkey system are performed by a Kuka six-axis robot.