Boy shows vertical/vertical press at NPE

Bregar, Bill
July 2006
Plastics News;7/17/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 20, p19
Trade Publication
The article presents information on Boy Machines Inc.'s vertical injection VV press displayed at NPE 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. It includes a self-contained, six-axis Staubli robot, which loads inserts and removes the finished part. A fixed lower platen is used for the press' design. According to Robert Koch, president of Boy Machine, the pattern creates a stable platform so the inserts do not move around when the mold closes. Four tie bars instead of the often-used C-frame setup are included in the vertical presses.


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