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Energise your mould for greater control and precision

Fundamentals & Guidelines: Servo-Controlled Mould Functions

Energise your mould for greater control and precision

Fundamentals & Guidelines: Servo-Controlled Mould Functions

2021-02-25

In this webinar, attendees will learn about the basics of servo-controlled mould functions, different servo control solutions, benefits of mould electrification, and the application review process.

Converting mould systems previously driven by hydraulic or pneumatic means to electrically-driven mould motions, specifically via servo-motors and actuators, offers many advantages. It is a trend that is happening in our industry and it is something that Husky is very well aware of and actively participates in by supplying those systems to the market space. Servo control is not new but quite new to the mould making industry in regard to what has been done with mould motions traditionally (pneumatic or hydraulic drives).
 
This free webinar will focus on answering the question of why mould makers should make the change. Basically, electrification of mould movements is about risk mitigation. Moreover, attendees will learn about the basics of servo-controlled mould functions, different servo-control solutions, benefits of mould electrification, and the application review process. The objective is to provide an understanding of servo-control and how it can improve mould functions.

Primary Topics:
  • Why make the change to mould electrification
  • Comparing different servo control solutions
  • Motor sizing pitfalls and the application review process
  • Commissioning your servo solution and the importance of global support

Your host

Stefan Müller

Stefan Müller

market manager and specialist for mould controllers
Husky Injection Moulding Systems SA

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The provider of this webinar

Husky Injection Moulding Systems SA

Zone d'activité économique Wolser H 170
3451 DUDELANGE
Luxemburg