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Clamping force 160 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 510 mm
Shot volume 360 cm³
Screw diameter 45 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 450 mm
Shot weight 330 g

Clamping force 2800 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 2134 mm
Shot volume 18095 cm³
Screw diameter 160 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 1880 mm
Platen length 3175 mm

Clamping force 180 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 560 mm
Shot volume 132 cm³
Screw diameter 32 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 560 mm
Shot weight 129 g

Clamping force 280 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 685 mm
Shot volume 711 cm³
Screw diameter 63 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 635 mm
Mould size

Clamping force 100 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 445 mm
Shot volume 198 cm³
Screw diameter 38 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 445 mm
Pressure on material 2300 bar

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 810 mm
Shot volume 1384 cm³
Screw diameter 76 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 810 mm
Platen length 1040 mm

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

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 730 mm
Shot volume 1361 cm³
Screw diameter 76 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 730 mm
Pressure on material 1850 bar

Clamping force 400 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 920 mm
Shot volume 2412 cm³
Screw diameter 85 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 920 mm
Pressure on material 2023 bar

Clamping force 160 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 560 mm
Screw diameter 40 mm
Shot volume 180 cm³

Presentation of Injection moulding machines (electric)

Electric moulding machines belong to the category of plastic machines.

How do these machines work?

Overall, an electric moulding machine has the same final aim as a classic injection moulding machine. The raw material is first softened under high pressure, and then injected into the mould. Finally, the raw material is cooled into its final form.

Full electric injection moulders represent a new generation of plastic machines. “Classic” injection moulding machines are basically hydraulic. Over the past few years, these new machines have become fully electric. Their main functions are fundamentally the same, but in the electric machines, the lock cylinder, injection, ejection and the plasticisation motor have been replaced by servomotors and screw cylinders. Generally, electric plastic machines provide a cost-effective solution for plastics professionals.

Advantages of an electric press machine

Compared to an hydraulic moulder, the main advantage is cost. With an electric press machine, the final plastic product is produced with less materials and fewer additives, which strongly reduces waste. Additionally, an electric machine requires less set-up time compared to a hydraulic machine, resulting in longer production cycles. Finally, this machine doesn't need as much energy as the hydraulic machine. However, an electric machine is definitely more expensive than a hydraulic machine.

With Exapro, you can filter searches for your used machining centre based on:
  • Clamping force in T
  • Screw diameter in mm
  • Tie bar spacing (H) in mm
  • Tie bar spacing (V) in mm
  • Shot volume in cm³
  • Shot weight in g
You can also narrow down the results based on the location of the machine, year of the equipment and the machine’s manufacturer.

Area of use of these machines

Like the hydraulic press moulders, there is not a specific area of use for the injection machine. Generally, it’s used in plastic product manufacturing. In general, electric moulder machines are not yet very widespread; hydraulic machines still dominate the market.

Related subcategories

Robots for plastic Injection
Injection moulding machines

All electric injection moulding machines manufacturers

Exapro has some of the best manufacturers of electric injection moulding machines, such as Battenfeld moulding machines, Arburg moulding machines, Fanuc moulding machines, and Cincinnati Milacron machinery.
Due to the high quality and precision of the machine, electric plastic injection moulders can be quite expensive. With Exapro, you can find used machinery for sale at an affordable price. You can also sell your used machinery through Exapro. Please contact an Exapro agent if you have further questions about our marketplace.

For an example, you can watch this video of the Sandretto OTTO 3170/485



Start selling or buying your used machines now!

Presentation of Injection moulding machines (electric)

Electric moulding machines belong to the category of plastic machines.

How do these machines work?

Overall, an electric moulding machine has the same final aim as a classic injection moulding machine. The raw material is first softened under high pressure, and then injected into the mould. Finally, the raw material is cooled into its final form.

Full electric injection moulders represent a new generation of plastic machines. “Classic” injection moulding machines are basically hydraulic. Over the past few years, these new machines have become fully electric. Their main functions are fundamentally the same, but in the electric machines, the lock cylinder, injection, ejection and the plasticisation motor have been replaced by servomotors and screw cylinders. Generally, electric plastic machines provide a cost-effective solution for plastics professionals.

Advantages of an electric press machine

Compared to an hydraulic moulder, the main advantage is cost. With an electric press machine, the final plastic product is produced with less materials and fewer additives, which strongly reduces waste. Additionally, an electric machine requires less set-up time compared to a hydraulic machine, resulting in longer production cycles. Finally, this machine doesn't need as much energy as the hydraulic machine. However, an electric machine is definitely more expensive than a hydraulic machine.

With Exapro, you can filter searches for your used machining centre based on:
  • Clamping force in T
  • Screw diameter in mm
  • Tie bar spacing (H) in mm
  • Tie bar spacing (V) in mm
  • Shot volume in cm³
  • Shot weight in g
You can also narrow down the results based on the location of the machine, year of the equipment and the machine’s manufacturer.

Area of use of these machines

Like the hydraulic press moulders, there is not a specific area of use for the injection machine. Generally, it’s used in plastic product manufacturing. In general, electric moulder machines are not yet very widespread; hydraulic machines still dominate the market.

Related subcategories

Robots for plastic Injection
Injection moulding machines

All electric injection moulding machines manufacturers

Exapro has some of the best manufacturers of electric injection moulding machines, such as Battenfeld moulding machines, Arburg moulding machines, Fanuc moulding machines, and Cincinnati Milacron machinery.
Due to the high quality and precision of the machine, electric plastic injection moulders can be quite expensive. With Exapro, you can find used machinery for sale at an affordable price. You can also sell your used machinery through Exapro. Please contact an Exapro agent if you have further questions about our marketplace.

For an example, you can watch this video of the Sandretto OTTO 3170/485



Start selling or buying your used machines now!

Presentation of Injection moulding machines (electric)

Electric moulding machines belong to the category of plastic machines.

How do these machines work?

Overall, an electric moulding machine has the same final aim as a classic injection moulding machine. The raw material is first softened under high pressure, and then injected into the mould. Finally, the raw material is cooled into its final form.

Full electric injection moulders represent a new generation of plastic machines. “Classic” injection moulding machines are basically hydraulic. Over the past few years, these new machines have become fully electric. Their main functions are fundamentally the same, but in the electric machines, the lock cylinder, injection, ejection and the plasticisation motor have been replaced by servomotors and screw cylinders. Generally, electric plastic machines provide a cost-effective solution for plastics professionals.

Advantages of an electric press machine

Compared to an hydraulic moulder, the main advantage is cost. With an electric press machine, the final plastic product is produced with less materials and fewer additives, which strongly reduces waste. Additionally, an electric machine requires less set-up time compared to a hydraulic machine, resulting in longer production cycles. Finally, this machine doesn't need as much energy as the hydraulic machine. However, an electric machine is definitely more expensive than a hydraulic machine.

With Exapro, you can filter searches for your used machining centre based on:
  • Clamping force in T
  • Screw diameter in mm
  • Tie bar spacing (H) in mm
  • Tie bar spacing (V) in mm
  • Shot volume in cm³
  • Shot weight in g
You can also narrow down the results based on the location of the machine, year of the equipment and the machine’s manufacturer.

Area of use of these machines

Like the hydraulic press moulders, there is not a specific area of use for the injection machine. Generally, it’s used in plastic product manufacturing. In general, electric moulder machines are not yet very widespread; hydraulic machines still dominate the market.

Related subcategories

Robots for plastic Injection
Injection moulding machines

All electric injection moulding machines manufacturers

Exapro has some of the best manufacturers of electric injection moulding machines, such as Battenfeld moulding machines, Arburg moulding machines, Fanuc moulding machines, and Cincinnati Milacron machinery.
Due to the high quality and precision of the machine, electric plastic injection moulders can be quite expensive. With Exapro, you can find used machinery for sale at an affordable price. You can also sell your used machinery through Exapro. Please contact an Exapro agent if you have further questions about our marketplace.

For an example, you can watch this video of the Sandretto OTTO 3170/485



Start selling or buying your used machines now!