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Miniature injection molding machines

Micro-molding has received a boost at this year's K Show with the introduction of two new small machines designed for the molding of tiny parts. Nissei Plastic Industrial Co. unveiled two models of co...

December 1, 2001   Canadian Plastics



Micro-molding has received a boost at this year’s K Show with the introduction of two new small machines designed for the molding of tiny parts. Nissei Plastic Industrial Co. unveiled two models of compact electric injection molding machines.

Its Compact HM7 DENKEY electric injection molding machine has 69 kN of clamping force and is equipped with caster wheels so it can be easily moved around a plant or laboratory. It has a direct lock central clamping system ideal for ultra small parts molding. The chiller unit and mold temperature controller are built into the machine, allowing quick start-up and molding simply by connecting to a power source.

Nissei’s Ultra-compact AU3E model has a clamping force of 29.4 kN, making it the world’s smallest wagon type electric injection molding machine with a screw plunger. The injection system is composed of the combination of a screw section which conducts plasticization and metering, and the plunger section which carries out injection. The machine has an injection capacity of 3.1 cm3 and is most suitable for small-lot production of minute parts for testing or assembly lines.

En-Plas Inc. 416-286-3030


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