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All Servo-driven Thermoforming System Appearing at NPE2024

OMG Srl will showcase the model Elektra PVE 79 All Servo-driven Thermoforming System in full production in Orlando.


April 2, 2024

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OMG Srl, Turin, Italy, will be highlighting their model Elektra PVE 79 all servo-driven thermoforming system at NPE2024 May 6-10 in Orlando, FL.

100% controlled by servo motors for precise positioning, the Elektra PVE 79 will operate under full production conditions. The model debuts the “no-nick” rule-die parts trim press and parts transfer directly into the stacker; there’s no need to use an injection molding machine with expensive tooling.

It promises energy savings of about 60%, and mold heights are adjustable. Also, there’s a 180° rotatable or fixed 4-column forming press for quick mold changes.

It offers the same features as OMG Sri thermoformers in the product line, including…

  • Stacking of printed materials either upwards or downwards.

  • Suction cup robot with the possibility of "A & B" crossing.

  • Robotic module for horizontal stacking of round or complicated parts directly on a shelf or in bags.

  • Positions presses and devices via motorized actuators.

  • Offset photocell for materials with colored designs.

  • Automatic clutch winder with constant tension and pneumatic extraction of the waste.

  • Mill for grinding the material supplied in-line with the machine.

  • Side-by-side roller preheating oven recommended for materials such as polypropylene.

  • In-line extruder is available so that the material is introduced directly into the thermoforming machine.

  • Optional in-line labeling by type with adhesive or cardboard glued to the thermoformed products.

  • Interactive industrial screen that makes it easier for the operator to adjust and memorize the working parameters.

  • Remote diagnostics via internet.

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