EUROMAP 70 Electrical Interface between Injection Moulding Views. 6 years ago. Euromap, · Electrical, · Interface, · Injection, · Moulding. Euromap 2: Mould Fixing Dimension for Injection Moulding Machines. Specific information .. Mechanical properties, , Mechanical restraints, The electric control M2C is used for large machines. – highest safety standards ( as per EN /EN ) – standardised integration via EUROMAP 70 interface.
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An indicator light on the remote control continuously shows the state of the system.
Magnetic clamping systems for deformation tools
All signals which are not optional shall be supported by all injection moulding machines and magnetic clamping systems. Combinations with Hilma machine vices or Stark zero duromap clamping systems can be easily realised, as they all come from a single supplier. It is suitable for fitting or retrofitting without any problems in nearly all presses.
Also very small moulds are safely clamped. A current of at least 6 mA must be maintained during signalling The maximum current is 1A Logical Signals 2. A permanent monitoring of the clamping condition, the temperature, and the position of the die by a supplied, separate control euromao the maximum possible safety for automated processes.
Figure 13 Magnetic clamping systems for an injection moulding machine of the company Krauss Maffei Closure force: The electric control M2C is used for large machines.
This penetrates only a few millimetres into the die base plate and will therefore have no impact on the die and the products. Size and geometric shape can be freely designed as requested by the customer. The electric control M1C is used for small and medium-sized machines. Rotary table with magnetic plate. Figure 14 Magnetic clamping system for a vertical Arburg machine With double rotary table Clamping plate at the top and at the bottom.
Vertical arrangement with high safety requirements.
The mould halves are heated by the magnetic heating plate. Figure 11 Magnetic eueomap systems for an injection moulding machine of the company Krauss Maffei Closure force: M-TECS square poles for extremely heavy machining Each magnetic plate can eiromap individually adapted to the particular machine table.
Pin a2 and Table 2: There are no limits set to the geometric shape of the magnetic plates. The mains supply of the MCS is also specified. For the injection moulding machine see Figure 2 and the magnetic clamping system see Figure 1 the plug contacts should be capable of taking a minimum of V and 10 A. Unless otherwise noted, the switch contacts are switching the reference potential plug contacts: This is intended to provide interchangeability.
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Figure 6 Magnetic clamping system in a rubber moulding press of the company Wickert Plate size xmm, magnetic force up to kN possible. Figure 9 Long pole technology in a to injection moulding machine Closure force: The technology of the magnetic clamping plates is based on the principle of an electro-permanent magnet and is thus safe, even in case of a pressure failure.
Power is only required for about 2 seconds to magnetise clamp the system at the beginning. M-TECS function principle for horizontal design.
In addition recommendations are given for signal voltage and current levels. All signals except table 1: All signals are continuous signals unless otherwise noted. The magnetic force is generated in a very flat, highly concentrated magnetic field.
Plug on the injection moulding machine female. The contact making is either potential-free or related to a reference potential supplied to a contact of the plug mounted on the injection moulding machine or the magnetic clamping system see Tables 1 and 2.
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Clamping forces of e. The interface to the press is always designed redundantly, is effected via potential-free contacts to stop or drive the machine. Functional principle and interface of the magnetic clamping system: