Synventive, a business unit of the U.S.-based Barnes Group, focuses its activities on process-oriented, stable plastics processing.
The company says it focuses on the result of the injection moulder, namely, high-quality parts with demanding surface quality and optimum dimensional accuracy as well as high reproducibility.
Another highlight is the third-generation Synflow, which is a further development of the established 2-speed needle opening control for high-quality surfaces in cascade injection moulding. Synflow now offers the user even more possibilities and a new user-friendly interface to avoid visible defects on sequentially filled parts. A very significant addition to Synflow’s functionality is the ability to stop the pin and hold it at any position mid-stroke. This allows for individual flow rate control of each nozzle to balance family moulds or fill complex multi-gated geometries. Alternating opening profiles can even be programmed, offering the ability to pre-fill cold runners or create differential packing within complex multi-gated parts, the company explains.
Different options of the synflow-controlled valve needle settings and movements will be demonstrated live on a 6-drop hot runner system.
At Fakuma, Synventive will be in Hall A1, Booth 1211.