On the Technology Day Hein in Hanover-Langenhagen on 15th February, 2019, BOY will score with its largest exhibit so far. A BOY 25 E (with a clamping force of 250 kN) produces practical toothpicks at the exhibition booth in the new rooms of the Brandboxx Hanover. The eight-cavity mould will demonstrate that hot runners can be used profitably even in the case of small moulded part dimensions. With a nozzle distance of only 4.5 mm for individual, regulated nozzles, many cavities can be realized in the smallest space. Precise and without waste - since without gating - injection moulding on economically operating small injection moulding machines is optimally implemented.
Michael Kleinebrahm, Head of BOY Application Technology from Neustadt-Fernthal, who will be on site at the Technology Day, puts it in a nutshell: "Thanks to the necessary move to Langenhagen, the Technology Day Hein, with a steadily growing number of visitors, has now expanded visibly. We have taken account of this ambitious development and are presenting the visitors with the BOY 25 E a much larger machine than in the recent years." According to his statement, BOY has been built around 25,000 machines of this clamping force class within 50 years.
The BOY 25 E is equipped with a servo motor pump drive. In addition to its low-noise operation, this machine will impress with its dynamics and high energy efficiency. The freely overhanging cantilevered two-platen clamping unit, the large distance of tie bars and platens to uptake the 8-cavity mould from Heitec as well as the intuitive machine control Procan ALPHA are additional special features of the equipment
of the highly compact injection moulding machine (1.80 m² footprint).
Source: Dr. Boy GmbH & Co. KG