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technology as on option on its MEII+ 550, 650 and 850 and emII 1050, 1300, 1600, 200, 2500, 3000 and 3500 models (mid and large sized all-electric machines ranging from 550 to 3,500 tonnes). A spokesperson for the company said that the technology is suitable for retrofi tting to existing installed machines of these types. It is pitching the technology at the automotive, appli- ance and construction products sectors and claims a potential cost saving of up to 25% in material costs. However, the latest development in “true” in-line


compounding and injection moulding comes from China. At Chinaplas in April, Ningbo Shuangma Machinery, which produces injection moulding machinery under the Bole Machinery brand, unveiled its take on the technology. The equipment and the company’s philosophy appear similar to KraussMaffei’s, with an emphasis on larger components for automotive applications, but at this time little detail is available. A Ningbo Shuangma representative says the machine is still under test. The company added in a note after the Chinaplas show that more than 500 companies (both rivals and potential customers) had enquired about the system.


Click on the links for more information:  www.kraussmaffei.comwww.coperion.comwww.plasticomp.comwww.leistriz.comwww.dieffenbacher.dewww.arburg.comwww.mhi-pt.co.jp (Mitsubishi)  www.ubemachinery.comwww.bole-machinery.com (Ningbo Shuangma)


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Schematic showing the


arrangement of Mitsubishi Heavy Indus- tries’ D-LFT in-line system


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