Calling all companies interested in SMED, quick mould changing, quick mould clamping and 1mm productivity.
Staubli's Demonstration Vehicle includes presentations on products and systems that reduce mould changeover times, improve operational efficiency and are an important step in the move towards the achievement of SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Dies).
It provides visitors with interactive displays and a 'hands on' opportunity to review the latest mould connection and clamping technology for plastics companies. Experienced Staubli personnel are on board to discuss specific requirements and demonstrate possible solutions to help save money.
"The main message we are hoping to spread is we can help companies become more profitable by becoming more efficient," said Spencer Wills, Plastic Industry Specialist at Staub UK. "Mould change can be made quicker, simpler and safer with the benefit of high payback."
Demonstrations include a number of specific applications featuring the latest Staubli technology now being used to speed up mould changing. Applications such as pre-heating, temperature control, core pulling, tool changing, sequential injection as well as mechanical, hydraulic and magnetic mould clamping systems.
Staubli's flexible quick mould change systems are designed to integrate with existing installations to optimise productivity. The four main focus areas are: mould loading tables and trolleys, quick mould clamping, mould connecting circuits and parts handling.
The demonstration vehicle will be in the UK during August and September 2012.
FURTHER INFORMATION: WWW.STAUBLI.COM/ROADSHOW-UK
"MOULD CHANGE CAN BE MADE QUICKER, SIMPLER AND SAFER WITH THE BENEFIT OF HIGH PAYBACK"
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|Title Annotation:||INJECTION MOULDING|
|Comment:||Calling all companies interested in SMED, quick mould changing, quick mould clamping and 1mm productivity.(INJECTION MOULDING)|
|Publication:||British Plastics & Rubber|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2012|
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