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Milacron demos near micro-molding LSR applications at MD&M West

Milacron Roboshot
Milacron Injection Molding & Extrusion (Cincinnati) will exhibit the latest generation of its all-electric Alpha 110iA Roboshot liquid silicone rubber (LSR) molding cell at the event in Anaheim, CA.

Milacron Injection Molding & Extrusion (Cincinnati) will exhibit the latest generation of its all-electric Alpha 110iA Roboshot liquid silicone rubber (LSR) molding cell at Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West in Anaheim, CA, next week. The trade show and conference is co-located with PLASTEC West at the Anaheim Convention Center on Feb. 11 to 13.

Milacron will demo its all-electric Alpha 110iA Roboshot liquid silicone rubber molding cell at booth 4294.

In booth 4294, Milacron will show the combination of a large platen using a small 14-mm-diameter, 9-cc LSR injection unit integrated with an X20 Servomix dosing pump, a cold runner system using Flowset cavity balancing with a two-cavity mold, and a Nexmover robotic demolding system by Nexus Elastomer Systems GmbH. The 3.0-cc shot size will demonstrate the capability of tackling near micro-molding LSR applications.

The centerpiece of the Roboshot Alpha series is its industry-leading reliable control, said Milacron in a press release. With user-friendly, flexible sequencing and featuring all the standard interfaces, the control delivers fast processing times and consistent part quality. This ensures accuracy and reliability across all processes as well as precise motion, position and pressure control, said Milacron.

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