Under the slogan of "Freedom has to be experienced!", Arburg invites the international trade public to the K 2013. In Hall 13, Stand A13, the machine manufacturer will place a central focus on the topic of production efficiency and, with more than ten exhibits, will demonstrate how plastic parts can be produced efficiently in the future. As always, top-class world premieres from the machine, process and applications segments will be presented in Düsseldorf. Furthermore, Arburg will ring in a new era at the K 2013. Those who would like to experience this new dawning, however, will have to wait for the first day of the trade fair.
"As a leading world fair for the plastics industry, the K has been and remains the best stage for Arburg to amaze the international trade public. And we will do so more than ever this year," says Michael Hehl, Managing Partner and Spokesperson for the Arburg Management Team. "In order to provide an initial impression of the trade fair programme, we have introduced selected world premieres and highlights in advance in the specialist press and on our website," adds Michael Hehl. "But some groundbreaking innovations simply can't be put into words. They just have to be seen with your own eyes." The K communications campaign "Freedom must be experienced!" is aimed at precisely one such innovation. "That's why there's no alternative to personally visiting Arburg at the K2013 in order to step into the new age together with us."
Premiere: new exhibition stand
In accordance with the great significance of the K 2013 and of the exhibits, the 1,650 square-meter, two-storey exhibition stand will feature a new concept and design. For the injection moulding machine segment, the focus will be on electric and large Allrounders. With a total of five exhibits, the electric Edrive and Alldrive series will dominate. Three 3,200 and 4,000 kN machines will cover the higher clamping force range. In terms of the application spectrum, multi-component processing will feature prominently. The automation exhibits will range from simple removal solutions through to six-axis robotic systems for performing complex tasks.
Arburg to show trend-setting innovation at K 2013