Arburg Arburg to present a broad program for the production of plastic parts

Editor: Briggette Jaya

Germany/China - At Chinaplas 2017, Arburg will be presenting a number of innovative plastic processing solutions. The fair will take place from 16 to 19 May in Guangzhou, China.

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The Allrounder Golden Electric is available in four machine sizes with clamping forces from 600 to 2,000 kN.
The Allrounder Golden Electric is available in four machine sizes with clamping forces from 600 to 2,000 kN.
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Two automated hydraulic and electric Allrounders and the Freeformer for industrial additive manufacturing will be showcased at the company's booth, A42 in hall 5.1.

Additionally, innovative Allrounder applications featuring medical technology and LSR processing will be shown by Hekuma (Hall 12.1, Stand J41) and Mehow (Hall 4.2, Stand D01).


"We have been engaged in the Chinese market for 25 years and are currently represented locally with our own locations in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen. In the interim, many of our customers have come to rely on Arburg's comprehensive consulting, service and machine technology. We are very proud to support our customers and to grow along with them," emphasises Zhao Tong, Managing Director of the Arburg organisation in China. "In Guangzhou we are presenting some interesting applications for medical technology, the consumer industry and the aerospace sector with our entry-level electric and hydraulic machines from the Golden Electric and Golden Edition series, as well as the Freeformer for industrial additive manufacturing. In addition, visitors to our exhibition stand can also find out more about the Arburg host computer system (ALS) and Industry 4.0."

Precise production of medical technology parts

Arburg added the Golden Electric machine series with clamping forces from 600 to 2,000 kN to its range in spring 2016 with the aim of facilitating cost-effective entry into electric moulded part production. Like their successful Golden Edition hydraulic counterparts, the new electric machines offer good price/performance ratio thanks to consistent standardisation, for example, a fixed combination of distance between tie-bars, clamping force and injection unit size.