"Injection molders are requesting more and better quality control," he said at the K 2013 preview (July 1-3; Düsseldorf, Germany). "Our systems are reliable tools for ensuring 100% quality in injection molding with zero-defects."
At the K 2013 preview, Swiss-based Kistler Group announced a new firmware upgrade V2.4 for the company's CoMo injection process monitoring system. The company said that many of the new features will help processors achieve zero-defect production faster.
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