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Total Integrated Manufacturing, TIM for short, now has a “little brother” featuring a modular two-platen mold in place of a cube mold. At K 2013, TIM innovator Zahoransky will showcase a new, patented system featuring two mold halves with central rotary cube, allowing two different parts to be made on a single mold. Zahoransky will manufacture disposable syringes on a vertical Arburg Allrounder 275 V injection molding machine utilizing a rotary table.

PlasticsToday Staff

August 6, 2013

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K 2013: TIM’s little brother: two-platen mold replaces cube for disposable syringe production

Total Integrated Manufacturing, TIM for short, now has a “little brother” featuring a modular two-platen mold in place of a cube mold. At K 2013, TIM innovator Zahoransky will showcase a new, patented system featuring two mold halves with central rotary cube, allowing two different parts to be made on a single mold. Zahoransky will manufacture disposable syringes on a vertical Arburg Allrounder 275 V injection molding machine utilizing a rotary table.

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Zahoransky TIM light

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Zahoransky TIM light Arburg disposable needle

 

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