“Elion” injection moulding machine to be demonstrated at “Medtec” trade fair
KraussMaffei (KM, Munich / Germany; and Netstal will exhibit the all-electric “Elion” 1750 injection moulding machine at the “Medtec” ( trade fair, held in Stuttgart / Germany from 26 to 28 February 2013. KM said the machine provides cleanness, precision, short cycle times and low material consumption and is suitable for the production of parts used for medical applications.

Netstal will demonstrate its “Elion” 1750-530 with a medical moulding that is typical for this model range. A 48-cavity mould made by the Swiss mould maker Kebo (Neuhausen; will produce needle protectors in HDPE in a cycle of just under 5.5 seconds. The machine features encapsulated and water-cooled electric motors and offers low energy consumption. Braking energy is fed back to the power circuit and Netstal says that up to 70% of energy can be saved compared with conventional drive systems.
22.01.2013 [224359-0]
Published on 22.01.2013

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