Big Performance for the Small BOY XXS
The specialist of injection moulding machines up to 1000 kN clamping force presented a special surprise with the new table-top-machine BOY XXS. At the K 2016 in Düsseldorf lots of users were very interested in the high usability of the compact BOY XXS with 6.3 tons clamping force.
Equipped with the proven techniques for the continuous industrial operation, e.g. with the energy efficient servo drive and the intuitive useable machine control Procan ALPHA ® the BOY XXS presents a perfect programme enhancement for the users of the most different industries. “In the market segment below 100 tons clamping force we see sufficient potential to be equally successful” is the statement of Alfred Schiffer, Managing Partner of BOY. And the increased interest of the trade visitors in the smallest BOY injection moulding machine (with regard to the clamping force) proved him right.
On just one square meter exhibition area and positioned on a moveable base frame (optionally available) the BOY XXS extends the programme range of the family-run company. With regard to its smallest injection moulding machine BOY also relies on its 60-year proven screw plasticizing that works according to the “First in – First out” principle. With screw diameters between 8 mm and 18 mm plasticizing volumes of 0.06 up to 10.2 cm³ are possible. An additional advantage is the optimized mounting plates of the BOY XXS especially for micro forms of many manufacturers of standard mould units.
Dr. Boy GmbH & Co. KG is one of the leading worldwide manufacturers of injection moulding machines with clamping forces up to 1,000 kN. The very compact, durable machines work precise, energy-saving and therefore highly economical. BOY continually sets new standards in our industry with innovative concepts and solutions.
Since the company was founded in 1968, over 45,000 injection moulding machines have been delivered worldwide. The privately owned company continues to put special emphasis on engineered performance and high-class "made in Germany" workmanship.
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