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Ewikon and Sumitomo (SHI) Demag to hold Technology Day in September

Ewikon Molding Technologies, together with Sumitomo (SHI) Demag, will host a Technology Day on September 23, 2014, at Ewikon's Technical Center located in Rockford, IL. The one-day event will feature technical presentations from both companies as well as two molding demonstrations on the new SE100EV all-electric molding machine in Ewikon's Technical Center. 

The one-day event will feature technical presentations from both companies as well as two molding demonstrations on the new SE100EV all-electric molding machine in Ewikon's Technical Center. 

For the morning molding demo, the SE100EV will be running a flanged tubular part using Ewikon's valve gate technology that prevents stringing, reduces cycle time and ensures excellent part quality with barely visible gates. For the afternoon molding demo, the SE-EV will be molding a tubular medical part using Ewikon's edge gate technology that simplifies mold construction and is parting line serviceable in the press. 

Stefan Eimeke, head of R&D for Ewikon Hotrunner Systems GmbH, will speak on:

  • Understanding mold balancing: Natural-balanced manifolds with flow element technology

  • Advantages of independent electric-drive valve gate systems

  • Simplified edge gate technology for medical and technical parts

  • MHL-VG System: A unique valve gate technology for difficult-to-gate surfaces

  • Advancements in hot-runner temperature control technology

Sumitomo (SHI) Demag will also conduct technical presentations covering:

  • Minimum Clamping Molding (MCM) System: Is your machine damaging your mold?

  • Flow Front Control (FFC) System: Open up your process window for unbalanced cavities and other

    difficult-to-mold parts

  • Simple Process Setting (SPS) System: Spend time molding good parts, not on machine setup

  • The SL Screw Assembly: Minimize shear stress & overheating to allow for hot runner use 

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