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BuhlerPrince to Deliver Largest High Pressure Diecasting Machine Built in North America


BuhlerPrince与Mercury Marine合作,生产北美最大 的压铸设备


BuhlerPrince, Inc., Holland, Mich., USA, has announce


Mercury Marine, the world-leader in marine propulsion systems, has chosen the BuhlerPrince 4575CCA high pres- sure diecasting machine to support increased volume of its sterndrive engine platform. Tis mega-machine will be sup- plied to Mercury Castings at its global headquarters in Fond du Lac, Wis., U.S., in June 2016. Te BuhlerPrince model 4575CCA diecasting machine


features 75 in. of free space between the tie bars. Mercury Castings will use this additional tie bar space to help expand its in-house capability. Te diecasting industry is experienc- ing strong growth due to ongoing OEM light-weighting initiatives to fulfill stringent government mandates. Tese mandates dictate either fleet vehicle carbon reductions, better fuel efficiency or both. Auto producers have therefore realized the fastest way to reach these directives is by replacing steel structures with lightweight materials; especially aluminum. Tis high tonnage, large frame diecasting machine gives Mercury Marine the capabilities needed to produce the larg- est structural parts for automotive and other industries on a machine size like no other in North America. “We are excited to bring this new machine into our port-


folio,” said Samir Mesanovic, director of Mercury Castings. “It will be a welcome addition to our production and in- crease our capabilities to produce largest and most complex parts for both Mercury Marine and other customers.” BuhlerPrince, Inc. is an integral part of Buhler Die


Casting, Uzwil, Switzerland. Mercury Marine is a $2 billion division of Brunswick Corporation, providing engines, boats, services and parts for recreational, commercial and govern- ment marine applications. 


美国密歇根州霍兰德BuhlerPrince, Inc.公司已宣布, 全球领先的船舶推进系统制造商Mercury Marine选择 了BuhlerPrince 4575CCA压铸设备来支持其尾挂机发 动机平台以提高产量。这种巨型设备将于2016年6月 交付至位于美国威斯康星州丰迪拉克市的全球总部的 Mercury Castings。 BuhlerPrince 4575CCA型压铸设备的导轨之间有75 英寸(约1.9米)的自由空间。Mercury Castings将利 用额外的导轨空间扩大其内部容量。由于正在实施的 OEM制造商轻量化计划,以满足严格的政府要求,压铸 行业得以迅速发展。这些规定要求减少汽车的碳排放, 或者提高燃油效率,或者两者同时实现。因此,汽车制 造商意识到,满足这些要求的最快方式是用轻质材料代 替钢结构,尤其是使用铝合金。这种大吨位、大框架的 压铸设备使Mercury Marine公司能够用这款在北美独 一无二的大型设备,为汽车和其他行业生产出最大的结 构部件。


“我们很高兴将这种新型机器引入我们公司”


,Mercury Castings公司董事Samir Mesanovic说 道。“这将为我们的生产带来帮助,并提高我们为 Mercury Marine公司和其他客户生产尺寸超大且最复 杂铸件的能力。”


BuhlerPrince, Inc.公司隶属于瑞士乌茨维尔的Buhler Die Casting公司。Mercury Marine公司是Brunswick Corporation的分公司,市值20亿美元,为娱乐类、商用 和政府用船舶供应发动机、小艇、服务和零部件。 


KUKA Shows Foundry Know-How, From Component to Finished Cell 从部件到成品单元—KUKA向铸造厂提供专业知识


KUKA Industries, Augsburg, Germany, will be exhibit-


ing at Euroguss a diecasting cell combining a spray robot (KR 30-4 KS F with control KRC ROBOTstar) and a removal robot (KR 60-3 F with control KRC4) for maxi- mum flexibility. Te robot control KRC ROBOTstar proven in industrial use is based on the control platform of KRC4 and makes optimum use of the standard components like control cabinet, servos, drive bus, and I/O. With this exhibit,


德国奥格斯堡KUKA Industries公司将在德国纽伦


堡Euroguss压铸展上展示压铸单元。为了实现最大 的柔性,该单元将喷涂机器人(KR 30-4 KS F,带 有控件KRC ROBOTst ar)与清理机器人(KR 60-3 F,带有控件KRC4)相结合。在工业应用中所试验 的机器人控件KRC ROBOTstar是基于KRC4控制平


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