What are the advantages of Hybrid Injection Molding Machine?
A hybrid injection molding machine combines the advantages of hydraulic and electric machines to offer the best of both worlds. The advantages of this machine include high clamping force, repeatability, and energy efficiency. These machines have fewer parts and produce more products without affecting the quality of the finished product. They are also simple to use, and they produce a high-quality end product. In addition, they are quiet and easy to maintain. A hybrid machine is an excellent choice for a variety of applications.
Hybrid injection molding machines use a servo motor coupled with a hydraulic pump to provide hydraulic pressure for the machine's components. This allows the servo pump and hydraulic oil to run at a lower temperature. This reduces maintenance and allows the machine to work at a higher production level. A hybrid machine requires fewer components and requires less process cooling equipment.
A hybrid machine uses a plastic pellet as its raw material. Plastic pellets are melted and injected into the mold cavity. The plastic cools and hardens inside the mold. Once the end product is cooled, it is extracted from the mold and the process is repeated. To maintain quality, the machine should be able to apply the right amount of pressure. If it doesn't, it may result in the end product being substandard.