Yizumi to present new technological solutions at Chinaplas 2019
Guangdong Yizumi Precision Machinery Hall 3.1 Stand F41
At Chinaplas 2019 Guangdong Yizumi Precision Machinery Co., Ltd. will showcase the two-platen injection molding machine UN500DP, the UN550C-BTP wide-platen high-end multi-material injection molding machine, PacPro injection molding solutions for thin-walled packaging and the FF series all-electric injection molding machine. Additionally, innovations from Yizumi Germany and Franka Emika’s co-robot Franka Panda will also be showcased at the Yizumi stand.
The two-platen injection molding machine UN500DP equipped with Smart Clamp system and InPUR “1+2” mold technology, can realize cost-effective and flexible ReactPro polyurethane in-mold coating injection molding process. By accommodating the SpaceA flexible additive manufacturing system, “printing” a layer of sealing structure, the solution can achieve the combination of large-scale injection molding manufacturing and customization. As an application example an PA6 + ABS GF20 engine cover with a PU surface is presented.
The UN550C-BTP wide-platen high-end multi-material injection molding machine equipped with smart compensation technology for molding defects, precise positioning technology for servo turntable, low-speed control technology as well as EU70.1 magnetic template integrated control solution in a bid to provide a set of more cost-effective option for stable molding and customization of lights cover in automotive industry.
The PAC series of thin-walled injection molding system solution is suitable for high-speed injection molding of thin-walled packaging products with stable, efficient and mature technology, tailoring to the needs of the customers with a one-stop solution, delivering high-quality injection molding solutions, including machines, molds, auxiliary equipment, after-sales services and turnkey projects to meet the diversified production needs of the customers in the future.
Yizumi FF120 all-electric injection molding machine is equipped with Servo Direct Control, a latest R&D achievement by Yizumi; it showcases the technique of how to easily overcome the issues of “severe precision and difficulty of stability” in the medical industry and create an excellent cost-effective solution for the customers.
The co-robot Panda of Franka Emika uses G language graphics programming and drag-and-drop teaching to easily complete the flexible assembly work that industrial robots can't complete, and demonstrates the human-machine collaborative production under the concept of Industry 4.0.