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Clamping force 180 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 520 mm
Shot volume 318 cm³
Screw diameter 45 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 520 mm
Pressure on material 2400 bar

Clamping force 100 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 445 mm
Shot volume 220 cm³
Screw diameter 40 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 445 mm
Pressure on material 2100 bar

Clamping force 150 T
Shot weight 376 g
Mould size
Screw diameter 50 mm
Robot interface

Clamping force 220 T
Shot volume 735 cm³
Platen length 860 mm
Screw diameter 60 mm
Shot weight 676 g
Platen width 830 mm

Clamping force 160 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 585 mm
Shot volume 393 cm³
Screw diameter 50 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 535 mm
Shot weight 357 g

Clamping force 110 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 470 mm
Shot volume 201 cm³
Screw diameter 40 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 470 mm
Shot weight 183 g

Clamping force 100 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 420 mm
Shot weight 228 g
Screw diameter 40 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 420 mm
Pressure on material 2100 bar

Clamping force 100 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 420 mm
Shot weight 198 g
Screw diameter 40 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 420 mm
Pressure on material 1595 bar

Clamping force 80 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 485 mm
Shot volume 154 cm³
Screw diameter 35 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 435 mm
Shot weight 140 g

Clamping force 650 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 1000 mm
Shot volume 1543 cm³
Screw diameter 80 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 930 mm
Shot weight 1404 g

Clamping force 125 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 470 mm
Shot volume 305 cm³
Screw diameter 45 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 470 mm
Pressure on material 2336 bar

Clamping force 1800 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 570 mm
Shot volume 358 cm³
Screw diameter 45 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 520 mm
Pressure on material 2116 bar

Clamping force 40 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 270 mm
Shot volume 70 cm³
Screw diameter 30 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 270 mm
Shot weight 64 g

Clamping force 25 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 260 mm
Shot volume 38 cm³
Screw diameter 22 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 260 mm
Shot weight 35 g

Clamping force 510 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 900 mm
Shot volume 2412 cm³
Screw diameter 85 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 900 mm
Shot weight 2195 g

Clamping force 100 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 410 mm
Shot weight 9.8 g
Screw diameter 40 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 410 mm
Opening of the press 430 mm

Clamping force 3.5 T
Shot weight 30.4 g
Screw diameter 22 mm
Pressure on material 1488 bar

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 710 mm
Shot volume 1047 cm³
Screw diameter 70 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 710 mm
Shot weight 953 g

Clamping force 65 T
Shot volume 98 cm³
Pressure on material 1450 bar
Screw diameter 30 mm
Shot weight 88 g

Introduction to injection moulding machines

The injection moulding machine also called an injection molding process or injection molder, belongs to the plastic machines category. The machine produces parts by injecting of plastic into a mould. Overall, the molding process is simple. There are 4 steps for the creation of a plastic part :
  1. The plasticization process
  2. The injection process
  3. The cooling process
  4. The ejection process

The raw material (plastic in this case) is softened under high pressure and then injected into the mould. Finally, the plastic is cooled into its final form.The molds installed on the machine usually consist of two shells (fixed part and movable part) which are pressed strongly against each other during molding then separated to allow ejection of the molded part. The injection plastic process can produce almost all kinds of plastic products  (flexible, rigid, polished, textured, colored or not, small, big….). The user has to take into account the variable size of the machine. (from a desk side to a room size).

Injection moulding machine requires  specific knowledge and training to be used. It’s required to have a good understanding of the molding process and of the machine characteristics.

What are the main advantages of using an injection moulding machine?

The injection moulding machine has many strengths such as repeatability, a wide range of plastic selection, low labor cost, low scrap losses and a quite high tolerance. However,  user may also face some problems when using this machine :For example, a temperature or internal pressure that is too high, under or over dosing in raw material and size problems...

With Exapro you can filter searches for your injection moulding machine  according to the following criteria :

  • Power in tons in T
  • Dist. X between tie bars in mm
  • Dist. Y between tie bars in mm
  • Screw diameter in mm
  • Shot volume in cm³
  • Shot weight in g

You can also display your searches by location of the machines, year of the machine and the machine manufacturer.

Area of use :

There is not a specific area of use for the injection machine. Generally, It’s used in plastic product manufacturing. Due to the rather high difficulty of using the machine, it’s more often used by professionals who work directly in plastic production.

Related subcategories :

Robots for plastic Injection

Injection moulding machines (all electric)

Injection moulding machines manufacturers 

Exapro regroups some of the most important manufacturers in injection moulding machines such as Battenfeld moulding machines , Arburg moulding machines and Sandretto moulding machines and Cincinnati milacron machinery.

Due to the high quality and precision of the machine, plastic injection molders can be quite expensive. With Exapro, you can find used injection moulding machine for sale at an affordable price. You can also sell your used machinery with Exapro. Please contact an Exapro agent if you have further questions about our marketplace.

As an example, here is the Krauss Maffei 250 - 1400 C1 injection moulding machines.

Find out now your used injection moulding machine for sale

Introduction to injection moulding machines

The injection moulding machine also called an injection molding process or injection molder, belongs to the plastic machines category. The machine produces parts by injecting of plastic into a mould. Overall, the molding process is simple. There are 4 steps for the creation of a plastic part :
  1. The plasticization process
  2. The injection process
  3. The cooling process
  4. The ejection process

The raw material (plastic in this case) is softened under high pressure and then injected into the mould. Finally, the plastic is cooled into its final form.The molds installed on the machine usually consist of two shells (fixed part and movable part) which are pressed strongly against each other during molding then separated to allow ejection of the molded part. The injection plastic process can produce almost all kinds of plastic products  (flexible, rigid, polished, textured, colored or not, small, big….). The user has to take into account the variable size of the machine. (from a desk side to a room size).

Injection moulding machine requires  specific knowledge and training to be used. It’s required to have a good understanding of the molding process and of the machine characteristics.

What are the main advantages of using an injection moulding machine?

The injection moulding machine has many strengths such as repeatability, a wide range of plastic selection, low labor cost, low scrap losses and a quite high tolerance. However,  user may also face some problems when using this machine :For example, a temperature or internal pressure that is too high, under or over dosing in raw material and size problems...

With Exapro you can filter searches for your injection moulding machine  according to the following criteria :

  • Power in tons in T
  • Dist. X between tie bars in mm
  • Dist. Y between tie bars in mm
  • Screw diameter in mm
  • Shot volume in cm³
  • Shot weight in g

You can also display your searches by location of the machines, year of the machine and the machine manufacturer.

Area of use :

There is not a specific area of use for the injection machine. Generally, It’s used in plastic product manufacturing. Due to the rather high difficulty of using the machine, it’s more often used by professionals who work directly in plastic production.

Related subcategories :

Robots for plastic Injection

Injection moulding machines (all electric)

Injection moulding machines manufacturers 

Exapro regroups some of the most important manufacturers in injection moulding machines such as Battenfeld moulding machines , Arburg moulding machines and Sandretto moulding machines and Cincinnati milacron machinery.

Due to the high quality and precision of the machine, plastic injection molders can be quite expensive. With Exapro, you can find used injection moulding machine for sale at an affordable price. You can also sell your used machinery with Exapro. Please contact an Exapro agent if you have further questions about our marketplace.

As an example, here is the Krauss Maffei 250 - 1400 C1 injection moulding machines.

Find out now your used injection moulding machine for sale

Introduction to injection moulding machines

The injection moulding machine also called an injection molding process or injection molder, belongs to the plastic machines category. The machine produces parts by injecting of plastic into a mould. Overall, the molding process is simple. There are 4 steps for the creation of a plastic part :
  1. The plasticization process
  2. The injection process
  3. The cooling process
  4. The ejection process

The raw material (plastic in this case) is softened under high pressure and then injected into the mould. Finally, the plastic is cooled into its final form.The molds installed on the machine usually consist of two shells (fixed part and movable part) which are pressed strongly against each other during molding then separated to allow ejection of the molded part. The injection plastic process can produce almost all kinds of plastic products  (flexible, rigid, polished, textured, colored or not, small, big….). The user has to take into account the variable size of the machine. (from a desk side to a room size).

Injection moulding machine requires  specific knowledge and training to be used. It’s required to have a good understanding of the molding process and of the machine characteristics.

What are the main advantages of using an injection moulding machine?

The injection moulding machine has many strengths such as repeatability, a wide range of plastic selection, low labor cost, low scrap losses and a quite high tolerance. However,  user may also face some problems when using this machine :For example, a temperature or internal pressure that is too high, under or over dosing in raw material and size problems...

With Exapro you can filter searches for your injection moulding machine  according to the following criteria :

  • Power in tons in T
  • Dist. X between tie bars in mm
  • Dist. Y between tie bars in mm
  • Screw diameter in mm
  • Shot volume in cm³
  • Shot weight in g

You can also display your searches by location of the machines, year of the machine and the machine manufacturer.

Area of use :

There is not a specific area of use for the injection machine. Generally, It’s used in plastic product manufacturing. Due to the rather high difficulty of using the machine, it’s more often used by professionals who work directly in plastic production.

Related subcategories :

Robots for plastic Injection

Injection moulding machines (all electric)

Injection moulding machines manufacturers 

Exapro regroups some of the most important manufacturers in injection moulding machines such as Battenfeld moulding machines , Arburg moulding machines and Sandretto moulding machines and Cincinnati milacron machinery.

Due to the high quality and precision of the machine, plastic injection molders can be quite expensive. With Exapro, you can find used injection moulding machine for sale at an affordable price. You can also sell your used machinery with Exapro. Please contact an Exapro agent if you have further questions about our marketplace.

As an example, here is the Krauss Maffei 250 - 1400 C1 injection moulding machines.

Find out now your used injection moulding machine for sale