Injection moulding machines - Injection presses(233)

Injection moulding machines are machines used for a particular industrial process, injection moulding. In this process, the plastic is first melted and then injected at high pressure into a mould. Finally, the mould is opened once the plastic has cooled down and solidified. This technique is widely used in the production of plastic parts and spare parts. The injection moulding machine enables the production of very large volumes of mass-produced parts in a particularly short time. This latter advantage makes the injection moulding machine the most common machine in the plastics industry, and injection moulding is largely the most common technique in plastics processing. The injection moulding process takes place in the following stages: a previously designed and manufactured steel or aluminium mould is inserted into the machine. The mould is blocked in such a way that it remains closed during the plastic injection process. At this point, the plastic, in the form of pellets or granules, is introduced into the press and heated until it reaches a liquid state. Once liquefied, the plastic is pressed into the mould. At this point the plastic will cool down and take the shape of the mould. Once cooled and solidified, the finished piece is ejected by means of extractors from the mould, which in the meantime have been opened.

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Used Netstal 600 / 110 injection moulding machine

M1600242519
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Netstal
600 / 110
2000
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Used Netstal 600 / 110 injection moulding machine

M1600242465
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Netstal
600 / 110
1997
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Used Battenfeld TM 1000 / 350 injection moulding machine

M1600238113
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Battenfeld
TM 1000 / 350
2001
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Used Battenfeld BA 750 /315 CD Plus injection moulding machine

M1600238049
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Battenfeld
BA 750 /315 CD Plus
1991
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Used Demag Ergotech 800 - 200 System injection moulding machine

M1600238004
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Demag
Ergotech 800 - 200 System
1996
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Used Battenfeld BA 350 / 50 CD injection moulding machine

M1600237882
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Battenfeld
BA 350 / 50 CD
1989
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Used Demag Ergotech 800 - 310 System injection moulding machine

M1600237838
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Demag
Ergotech 800 - 310 System
1995
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Used Arburg 470 C - 2000 - 675 injection moulding machine

M1600237465
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Arburg
470 C - 2000 - 675
1994
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Used Arburg 270 C - 400 - 90 injection moulding machine

M1600237180
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Arburg
270 C - 400 - 90
1995
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Used Netstal HP 2400 / 870 injection moulding machine

M1600221518
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Netstal
HP 2400 / 870
1996
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Used BMB KW 650 / 3500 injection moulding machine

M1600220793
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BMB
KW 650 / 3500
1997
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Used Arburg 420 V 1000 - 350 Bi-injection injection moulding machine

M1600218837
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Arburg
420 V 1000 - 350 Bi-injection
1996
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Used Netstal SynErgy 90T injection moulding machine

M1600210534
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Netstal
SynErgy 90T
1998
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Injection moulding machines are machines used for a particular industrial process, injection moulding. In this process, the plastic is first melted and then injected at high pressure into a mould. Finally, the mould is opened once the plastic has cooled down and solidified. This technique is widely used in the production of plastic parts and spare parts. The injection moulding machine enables the production of very large volumes of mass-produced parts in a particularly short time. This latter advantage makes the injection moulding machine the most common machine in the plastics industry, and injection moulding is largely the most common technique in plastics processing. The injection moulding process takes place in the following stages: a previously designed and manufactured steel or aluminium mould is inserted into the machine. The mould is blocked in such a way that it remains closed during the plastic injection process. At this point, the plastic, in the form of pellets or granules, is introduced into the press and heated until it reaches a liquid state. Once liquefied, the plastic is pressed into the mould. At this point the plastic will cool down and take the shape of the mould. Once cooled and solidified, the finished piece is ejected by means of extractors from the mould, which in the meantime have been opened.