Injection Molding Systems

Aim

Assisted Injection Molding (AIM) is part of a family of technologies that are operated with plastics processing methods to improve product quality and significantly reduce cost.

The technologies include the injection of gas or water at high pressure into plastic in an injection mold.

The cored-out sections of the part create hollow areas which serve to  reduce mass and lower part weight.

This in turn, reduces cycle time, adds strength and rigidity, improves cosmetic appearance, and improves dimension stability.

Control Modules

Control Modules

The MAXIMATOR RM350 Series Control Modules are precision Gas Controllers for Assisted Injection Molding up to 350 bar. The Control Modules are equipped with 2 or 4 gas control valves. Two interfaces allow the RM 500 Series Gas Control Modules to work with 1 or 2 injection molding machines at the same time.

 

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Compressor Stations

Compressor Stations

Maximator Compressor Stations are specially designed for the compression of nitrogen or carbon dioxide from gas bottles, and are employed for pressure generation in gas assisted molding applications.

 

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Compressor Control Modules

Compressor Control Modules

Maximator Compressor Control Modules are suitable for mold trials and smaller production runs and applications with the gas assisted injection molding process with gas bottle supply. As a result of the integrated Maximator gas booster, the gas is compressed to the required pressure level and subsequently controlled to the required injection pressure using the pressure-control technology.

 

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Water Assisted Systems

Water Assisted Systems

The MAXIMATOR Water Assisted System is suitable for assisted molding applications with water (WIT) in the area of assembly line production of component parts with large cross sections or channels. Considerably shorter cycle times and lower gas costs are a characteristic feature of this process variant.

 

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