Husky at Fakuma 2021:
Injection moulding technology and medical manufacturing solutions
Husky Injection Molding Systems, Ltd. is showcasing its latest hot runner and controller technology innovations, as well as its medical manufacturing solutions, at Fakuma 2021. During the return to in-person trade fairs, Husky is exhibiting on two stands that will offer a variety of interactive experiences, including:
Hot runners and controllers (hall A6, stand 6222)
- The live debut of the new UltraShot Injection System, a display of injection moulding technology designed to increase overall part design freedom based on function demonstrating production advantages and how to:
– Increase speed-to-market with unmatched scale and quality
– Increase yield by reducing scrap rates
– Eliminate subsequent manufacturing steps
– Enable new part designs
– Introduce new resin usage
- On display, the latest addition to Husky’s hot runner portfolio – Pronto Direct – which is said to offer outstanding flexibility, value and performance and to be ideal for automotive, packaging and consumer electronics part moulding.
- An exclusive preview of the company’s new online shop where customers can spec, configure and get quotes on a range of hot runner and controller solutions.
Medical manufacturing solutions (hall A6, stand 6113)
- An up-close look at the company’s specialised moulding solution for pipette tip manufacturing, powered by Schottli (a Husky company) mould solutions, this mould technology incorporates a compact cluster design and lateral symmetrical gating – enabling high volumes and significant material savings while achieving the highest standards of quality.
- An introduction to the company’s new integrated system approach for medical device manufacturing for a wide variety of medical applications, such as pipette tips, syringes, blood collection tubes and more.
Husky and Schottli subject matter experts will be available during show times to share more details about the company’s innovations in hot runners, controllers and medical moulding, as well as discuss optimal manufacturing applications.
Husky & Schottli