In the realm of plastic manufacturing, the arrival of all-electric injection moulding machines marked a significant leap forward. The superior efficiency, precision, and versatility of these machines have transformed production processes, enabling companies to achieve better results while simultaneously reducing their environmental footprint.

The key advantages of all-electric machines are noteworthy. First and foremost is the precision and repeatability these machines offer, made possible by electric servo motors that control every phase of the injection and clamping cycle. Such precision is invaluable when crafting complex or intricate moulded components. Moreover, these machines showcase remarkable energy efficiency, outperforming their hydraulic counterparts and leading to substantial long-term savings. The reduction in noise and heat generation enhances the working environment and the elimination of hydraulic oil results in decreased maintenance needs and cleaner operations. Lastly, their design promotes faster cycle times, improving productivity rates.

When selecting an all-electric injection moulding machine, certain machine parameters should be considered. These include the clamping force, which indicates the force keeping the mould closed during injection, and the shot size, which determines the maximum amount of plastic that can be injected in a single cycle. Tie bar spacing and platen size dictate the size of the mould that can be accommodated, while injection pressure and screw diameter influence the moulding of more complex parts and the plasticizing capacity of the machine.

In the market, several brands stand out for their commitment to quality and innovation in all-electric injection moulding machines. Japanese-German company Sumitomo (SHI) Demag's IntElect series is renowned for precision and speed, while Fanuc's Roboshot series impresses with advanced AI capabilities. Arburg's Allrounder AllDrive machines from Germany offer high levels of precision and flexibility. American manufacturer Milacron's Elektron series, known for its innovative servo-drive technology, excels in productivity and energy efficiency. Austrian brand Engel's e-motion series provides high levels of precision and cleanliness, ideal for high-precision applications. Italian manufacturer Negri Bossi offers the Eleos series, combining cost-effectiveness, performance, and energy efficiency. Toshiba's EC-SX series is appreciated for its precision and speed, and Nissei is known for efficient, precise models.

As you explore the possibilities offered by all-electric injection moulding machines, it's crucial to consider your unique production needs. Factors such as production volume, the complexity of moulded parts, and budget play a significant role in deciding the best machine for your operation. At Exapro, we're committed to helping you navigate this selection process, ensuring you make an informed decision that enhances your production capabilities. Our wide range of machines from the world's leading brands offers solutions to suit every requirement and budget. Trust us to deliver quality, durability, and efficiency, all in one package.

Engel e-motion 2440/380 T Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2017

Clamping force 380 T
Platen length 1140 mm
Opening of the press 700 mm
Screw diameter 70 mm
Platen width 1140 mm
Mould size 300/750

Zhafir Zeres Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2021

Clamping force 150 T
Mould size
Screw diameter 40 mm

ARBURG 250T HIDRIVE 630H-1300 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2014

Clamping force 250 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 630 mm
Shot volume 664 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 630 mm
Pressure on material 2000 bar

DEMAG IntElect 350-2200 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2015

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 760 mm
Shot volume 2366 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 710 mm
Pressure on material 890 bar

ARBURG 60T 370E-170 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2017

Clamping force 60 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 370 mm
Shot volume 85 cm³
Screw diameter 30 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 370 mm
Shot weight 77 g

Ferromatik Milacron Elektra 300 S Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2000

Clamping force 300 T
Tie bar spacing (V) 700 mm
Opening of the press 1030 mm
Tie bar spacing (H) 700 mm
Platen width 1030 mm
Mould size 200

Demag Concept 420/810-2300 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2006

Clamping force 420 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 800 mm
Shot volume 891 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 710 mm
Shot weight 800 g

ARBURG ALLROUNDER Arburg Allrounder 720 S 3200-1300 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2010

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 720 mm
Shot weight 984 g
Screw diameter 70 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 720 mm
Platen length 1000 mm

Ferromatik Milacron Elektra evolution 155 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2003

Clamping force 155 T
Tie bar spacing (V) 520 mm
Platen width 780 mm
Tie bar spacing (H) 520 mm
Platen length 780 mm
Opening of the press 440 mm

Fanug Emould Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2003

Clamping force 50 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 320 mm
Shot volume 58 cm³
Screw diameter 28 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 320 mm
Pressure on material 1700 bar


JSW 450T EL III 1400 H Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2005

Clamping force 450 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 810 mm
Shot volume 1663 cm³
Screw diameter 84 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 810 mm
Pressure on material 1510 bar

ARBURG ELECTRIC 250T HIDRIVE 630H-1300 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2014

Clamping force 250 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 630 mm
Shot volume 558 cm³
Screw diameter 55 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 630 mm
Pressure on material 2380 bar

Demag EL EXIS S 300 / 720 -1450 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2006

Clamping force 300 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 710 mm
Shot volume 763 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 830 mm
Pressure on material 1970 bar

Engel 100T E Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2011

Clamping force 100 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 520 mm
Shot volume 168 cm³
Screw diameter 35 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 520 mm
Pressure on material 2400 bar

DEMAG 50 T INTELEC ELECTRIC Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2007

Clamping force 50 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 330 mm
Shot volume 74 cm³
Screw diameter 30 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 330 mm
Pressure on material 1400 bar

Demag EL EXIS S 300 / 720 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2006

Clamping force 300 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 710 mm
Shot volume 763 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 830 mm
Pressure on material 1970 bar

Engel 180T E MAX ES 740 / 180 Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2012

Clamping force 180 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 580 mm
Shot volume 780 cm³
Screw diameter 45 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 580 mm
Shot weight 780 g

Injection press Krauss Maffei KM 300-1400 C1 Good value

Year: 2001

Clamping force 300 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 630 mm
Shot volume 679 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 630 mm
Shot weight 618 g

Demag 50 T INTELEC Electric injection moulding machine

Year: 2007

Clamping force 50 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 330 mm
Shot volume 74 cm³
Screw diameter 30 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 330 mm
Pressure on material 1400 bar


The All-Electric Injection Moulding Machines: An Excellent Addition to Your Plastic Production Line

At Exapro, we believe in not just selling machinery, but also providing our clients with a thorough understanding of the benefits and functionality of the equipment they invest in. Today, we're excited to present you with a fine range of all-electric injection moulding machines, a cornerstone of efficiency and precision in the plastics industry.

Unlike traditional hydraulic or hybrid injection moulding machines, all-electric injection moulding machines utilise electric servo motors for every phase of the injection and clamping cycle. This leads to several key advantages, as we will detail below.

1. Precision and Repeatability

All-electric injection moulding machines are renowned for their precision and repeatability. Due to the responsiveness of the servo motors, these machines can provide extremely accurate mould open and close positions, ensuring the quality of your products remains consistent across batches. This kind of precision is invaluable when producing intricate or complex moulded components.

2. Energy Efficiency

One of the key differentiators between all-electric and traditional machines is their energy consumption. All-electric machines, being powered solely by electricity, are inherently more energy-efficient than their hydraulic counterparts. With no need for the constant running of a hydraulic pump, all-electric machines can lead to significant savings on your energy bills in the long run.

3. Reduced Noise and Heat Generation

Unlike hydraulic machines that generate heat and noise due to fluid movement, all-electric machines run remarkably quiet and cool. This improves the working conditions for your operators and reduces the need for auxiliary cooling equipment, contributing to an overall cost and space reduction.

4. Minimal Maintenance

The absence of hydraulic oil in all-electric machines eliminates the need for regular oil changes and reduces the risk of oil leakage. This translates to less downtime, fewer maintenance costs, and a cleaner working environment.

5. Faster Cycle Times

All-electric machines are designed for high-speed operation, providing faster cycle times and increased productivity. The direct drive system in these machines ensures immediate response, leading to improved production rates.

At Exapro, we have a selection of used all-electric injection moulding machines that are well-maintained, fully functional and ready to elevate your production line. With our wide network and industry knowledge, we are able to source the right machine for your specific needs. If you're looking to invest in reliable, high-performance machinery that reduces your carbon footprint, the all-electric injection moulding machine may be the perfect addition to your production line.

Investing in used machinery does not only make financial sense but also contributes to sustainability efforts in the industry. Our team at Exapro is always ready to assist you with any queries and support your machinery needs. Trust us to deliver quality, durability, and efficiency, all in one package.

Explore our range of all-electric injection moulding machines today and elevate your production to the next level.

Invest in Quality with All-Electric Injection Moulding Machines: Affordable Pricing at Exapro

Investing in machinery is always a significant decision, not only from a production perspective but also a financial one. At Exapro, we understand this completely. That's why we offer high-quality used all-electric injection moulding machines at competitive prices, ensuring our clients can access top-tier equipment without breaking the bank.

Our range of all-electric injection moulding machines is priced between €18,000 and €65,000. The diverse price range ensures that businesses of all sizes and capacities can find machinery that fits their budget. Rest assured, regardless of the price, every machine offered by Exapro meets rigorous quality and performance standards.

Accessible Prices, High Quality

Our most accessible all-electric injection moulding machines start from €18,000. At this price point, you can expect a machine that offers reliability, efficiency, and the key benefits of all-electric technology such as energy savings, high precision, and minimal maintenance. It's an excellent choice for smaller businesses or those making their first move towards all-electric machinery.

Mid-Range Investment

Within the mid-range of our pricing spectrum, you can find a wealth of machines that offer enhanced capabilities, including faster cycle times, larger moulding capacities, and even greater energy efficiency. These machines, perfect for expanding businesses or those looking to increase production capacity, offer a balance between cost and advanced features.

Premium Range

At the higher end, up to €65,000, you'll find our premium all-electric injection moulding machines. These machines are typically equipped with the most advanced technology, offering the highest level of precision, efficiency, and speed. They are suitable for businesses with high-volume production needs and those producing highly intricate or complex components.

Investment in Long-Term Value

Remember, the cost of a machine is not just its purchase price; it's also the efficiency, reliability, and longevity it brings to your production line. All-electric injection moulding machines are designed to save energy, reduce maintenance costs, and deliver high-precision outputs consistently. Over time, these savings can significantly offset the initial investment cost.

We invite you to explore our selection of used all-electric injection moulding machines within this price range. At Exapro, we believe in delivering value for your money, and our wide range of all-electric injection moulding machines is a testament to that commitment. Our dedicated team is always ready to assist you in choosing the best machine for your needs and budget.

Take the step towards increased efficiency and precision. Discover our range of affordable, high-quality all-electric injection moulding machines today.

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Key Advantages and Essential Parameters of All-Electric Injection Moulding Machines

All-electric injection moulding machines are innovative devices designed to offer precision, efficiency, and versatility in the plastics manufacturing sector. These machines have several distinct advantages over traditional hydraulic or hybrid models, and come with a set of critical parameters that potential users should be aware of.

Advantages of All-Electric Injection Moulding Machines

Precision and Repeatability: All-electric machines use electric servo motors in all operations, which ensures precision and repeatability in moulding processes. The accuracy of these machines is especially critical when producing high-precision parts or intricate designs.

Energy Efficiency: Being entirely electric, these machines consume significantly less energy compared to their hydraulic counterparts. This can lead to substantial cost savings in terms of energy bills over time.

Reduced Noise and Heat: All-electric machines are quieter and cooler than hydraulic machines, which can enhance the work environment and eliminate the need for auxiliary cooling.

Less Maintenance: With no hydraulic oil, these machines require less regular maintenance, saving both time and money. They also reduce the risk of oil leaks, ensuring a cleaner workplace.

Faster Cycle Times: All-electric machines are designed for high-speed operation. This leads to faster cycle times and higher productivity, which can significantly enhance your overall output.

Key Machine Parameters of All-Electric Injection Moulding Machines

Clamping Force: The clamping force refers to the force applied to keep the mould closed during injection. This can range from a few tons for small parts up to thousands of tons for large components.

Shot Size: The shot size (also called the maximum injection volume) refers to the maximum amount of plastic that the machine can inject in a single cycle. It's generally measured in ounces or cubic centimetres.

Tie Bar Spacing: This measures the distance between the horizontal and vertical tie bars, which helps determine the maximum size of the mould that the machine can accommodate.

Platen Size: The platen size refers to the size of the stationary and moving platens that hold the mould. A larger platen size allows for larger moulds.

Injection Pressure: This is the pressure at which the molten plastic is injected into the mould. Higher pressures allow the moulding of more complex parts, but may also increase wear and tear on the machine.

Screw Diameter: The diameter of the screw can impact the plasticizing capacity and injection pressure of the machine. Larger diameters can accommodate higher plasticizing rates.

Understanding these advantages and parameters can help you select the best all-electric injection moulding machine for your specific needs. At Exapro, we offer a wide range of these machines with varying specifications to suit different applications and budgets. Our dedicated team is always ready to guide you in making the best decision. Discover our range today and step into a more efficient and precise era of plastic moulding.

There are several reputable manufacturers known for their high-quality all-electric injection moulding machines. While these brands offer a range of machines in terms of capabilities, sizes, and technologies, they all share a commitment to efficiency, precision, and reliability. Here are some of the most popular brands:

Sumitomo (SHI) Demag: The Japanese-German company Sumitomo (SHI) Demag is renowned for its state-of-the-art all-electric injection moulding machines. Their IntElect series is known for its precision, efficiency, and speed.

Fanuc: Another top brand from Japan, Fanuc, is globally recognised for its Roboshot series. These machines are equipped with advanced AI capabilities to ensure consistent quality and performance.

Arburg: German manufacturer Arburg is well known in the industry for its range of high-quality Allrounder AllDrive machines, which provide high levels of precision, flexibility, and energy efficiency.

Milacron: This American company has a global reputation for quality and innovation. Their Elektron series uses advanced servo-drive technology to improve productivity, energy efficiency, and accuracy.

Engel: An Austrian company, Engel's e-motion series stands out for its precision, energy efficiency, and versatility. These machines are well-suited for applications requiring a high degree of precision and cleanliness.

Negri Bossi: This Italian brand is famous for its Eleos series, which provides a balance between cost, performance, and energy efficiency. They're well known for their longevity and robustness.

Toshiba: Toshiba’s EC-SX series from Japan are celebrated for its precision, speed, and low energy consumption. They're often used in industries that require complex, high-precision parts.

Nissei Plastic Industrial Co., Ltd.: Another notable Japanese manufacturer, Nissei's all-electric injection moulding machines are appreciated for their efficiency, repeatability, and precision.

While these are among the most popular brands for all-electric injection moulding machines, it's always important to consider your unique requirements and constraints when selecting a machine. Factors such as your production volume, the complexity of the moulded parts, and your budget will significantly influence the best choice for your operations. At Exapro, we can help you navigate this selection process and find the right machine for your needs.

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