BOY’s stand at K 2016 will feature its largest number of injection moulding machines at an exhibition so far.
The company’s exhibit will address networked machines in keeping with the theme of Industry 4.0, as well as individual automation solutions.
It will also showcase its machines’ multitasking capabilities - where standard models with multifunctional features – some with individually tailored automation solutions or packages for optimising set-up times – are the focus.
This, says Klaus Geimer, Deputy Managing Director at BOY, comes as a result of rising demand from the industry for machines of this type.
BOY will continue to showcase its expertise in microinjection moulding, with a BOY XS producing parts of a micro rotary engine with a shot weight of only 0.08 g using an 8 mm screw.
Finally, it will also display printing of 3D mould inserts on a BOY 25 E. Different mould inserts with different geometrical parts will be printed during the trade fair.
Find them – Hall 13, Stand A43