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Victor UK opens doors for machinery expo.

Victor CNC (UK) Limited, one of the leading providers of injection moulding machinery worldwide, have invited visitors to their Rochdale based factory on August 16-18 to demonstrate the latest CNC machine tools and plastics injection moulding machinery.

The open event enables visitors to see the latest Victor Vr-ES, the energy saving hybrid hydraulic machine, and a machine from the V-alpha range of all-electric injection moulding machines in action.

The Victor Vr-ES series is a hybrid hydraulic machine ranging from 50 to 1300 tonne that utilises the latest developments in servo motor driven hydraulic technology. According to the company, the servo motor and pump only operates when a machine movement is called for allowing energy savings of up to 60 percent.

The Victor V-alpha range of all-electric machines from 50 to 200 tonne are highly accurate and use independent Japanese servo motors and ball screws for each movement. Much the same as the Victor Vr-ES, power is only used when a movement is called for and can allow simultaneous movements of axis allowing a possible energy saving of up to 70 percent.

During the showcase, Victor is also exhibiting a number of machines from the new generation of revolutionary CNC lathes and machine centres. www.victoreurope.com

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Title Annotation:injection moulding
Comment:Victor UK opens doors for machinery expo.(injection moulding)
Publication:British Plastics & Rubber
Date:Aug 1, 2011
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