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K 2013: Illig launches new intelligent control system for thermoforming

Thermoforming machinery manufacturer Illig will present automatic roll-fed machines equipped with its new Intelligent Control (IC) technology at K 2013 (October 16-23; Düsseldorf, Germany). The company said that the IC concept optimizes the thermoforming line with servo motor drives employed in all sections of the machine, with fast and low operating effort required.

PlasticsToday Staff

August 6, 2013

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K 2013: Illig launches new intelligent control system for thermoforming

(October 16-23; Düsseldorf, Germany). 

The company said that the IC concept optimizes the thermoforming line with servo motor drives employed in all sections of the machine, with fast and low operating effort required.

At K 2013, Illig will showcase two automatic roll-fed thermoforming lines with machines and molds of the RDKP and RDM- K series equipped with the new IC technology. RDM-K machines are specifically designed for serial production of cups of various shapes and sizes out of thermoplastic material. Roll-fed thermoformers of the RDKP series produce trays and hinged packs, used for the protection of food articles during transport and presentation on the supermarket shelf.

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