ENGEL e-mac is the name of ENGEL AUSTRIA’s new solution to demands for the highest possible levels of precision in the manufacture of technical parts. The machines in the new range are all-electric and produce ultra-precise results. They are also fully modular and extremely efficient.
Machines with clamping forces of 50, 75, or 100 tons will enter the market when the ENGEL e-mac range is launched in June 2012, while a 180 ton machine will be added to the series before the end of the year.
“The demand for simple, all-electric injection molding machines for components which need to have very precise dimensions is increasing,” stresses Christian Pum, ENGEL AUSTRIA’s Sales Director. “The new ENGEL e-mac enables us to meet these requirements brilliantly.”
The e-mac is equipped with the well-known ENGEL CC 200 machine control. The e-mac therefore offers full modularity and automation technology integration. Thanks to their remarkably compact design, these machines will also save production floor space and lower operating costs. The servo drives are operated by a modern axis system solution involving a stabilized intermediate circuit. The braking energy is recovered and fed directly back into the grid, guaranteeing an unusually high level of energy efficiency. The ENGEL e-mac injection molding machines work with very high repetition accuracy and, because of the parallel movements of the different drive axes, reduce cycle times.
The new ENGEL will supplement the ENGEL e-motion series. While the e-motion machines are used primarily in the field of medical technology and for fast-cycling and multi-component applications, the e-mac is a particularly economical alternative for technical injection moulding applications.
Adams Engineers & Equipment represents ENGEL equipment in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Contact us today to learn how your process can benefit from the new e-mac machine.