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means that the E-mac 130 offers the largest tie-bar spacing among all-electric injection moulding machines with a comparable clamping force, according to Engel. All movements of the Engel E-mac – including the nozzle movement and ejection – are performed by servo-electric drives. This means that the machine achieves high overall efficiency. If re- quired, a servo-hydraulic unit can be integrated into the machine frame without requiring addition- al space. The E-mac machine is designed to be particularly maintenance-friendly. Ergonomics were the focus of attention in the positioning of inter- faces and the barrel design. The new size enables Engel to adapt the machine even more specifically to the requirements of the application in order to leverage efficiency potentials in an even better way. Apart from the drive technology, which is adjusted for every application, numerous other factors contribute to energy efficiency in injection moulding, says Engel. Among them are the insulation of the barrel, the efficient design of machine components and the choice of clamping force. The smaller the machine, the lower its energy consumption. Due to the tie-bar-less design, Engel


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Left: The requirements for small actuators for connector systems are high. All-elec- tric injection moulding machines are preferred for this application


Victory technology enables the use of large and bulky moulds on relatively small injection moulding machines, which leads to a constructive use of energy-saving potential.


Injection moulding machines from Boy are designed to be energy-efficient, reports the company. The servo-motor pump drive saves 50% on energy compared to other drive technologies and more than that for some applications. Due to the low current consumption and the effectively


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