DIGG precision desktop injection molding machine
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The max mold platen size for the Digg Injection Molding Machine is 300*120*4mm (Could be 6mm) and 30 grams (Thanks to Spyker Workshop's checkback, 50 grams version can be Customized).
Description: The machine is micro and improved one compared with traditional injection molding machines, it’s small and easy to be moved, it’s suitable for the production of small sample for academic usage or DIY . The product includes mold clamping part, sol injection part, body, heating systems, control systems and charging device. It’s simple to use with little noise and no pollution; 220V voltage, can use any electric field.
Net weight: 380Kgs
Wooden case packaging weight: 430Kgs
PLC (touch screen, HMI) human machine interface Taiwan Delta Electronics
Solid State Relay Japan's Omron
Planetary deceleration system Taiwan Matsuoka Seiko
Feed torque 25.4N.M (servo motor + planetary reducer)
Pressure ≥ 0.8Mpa
Displacement resolution of 0.1mm
Displacement travel 0-80mm
Feed speed 1-130rpm
Open mold trip (about) 82mm (without mold)
Injection force (about) 1800kg
Injection volume (about) 30g (limpid car needs custom times the force system)
Highest temperature One / two zones 360 ° C Three zones 180 ° C
Temperature control accuracy ± 0.5 ° C (constant temperature)
Power / full load power single AC 220V ± 10%; 50HZ; 2200W
Screw diameter 25mm
Corinth column spacing 210 * 196mm
Dimensions 580 × 580 (floor 850) × 1700mm
Heating ring power 400W × 3 pcs
Plastic, thermalplastic or resin materials engineering plastics like PP, PE, PVC, ABS etc.
USD 300 customized fee need be added for 110 voltage.
Beside this machine, you will need to match an air compressor. Normally customer buy air compressor themselves.
Other parts will be free in packing list:
One set of dumbbell tensile bars, one set of impact spline, One plate chromatography, sample sizes can be customized.
Lead Time: 20 working days after payment
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