A customer just called and asked you to change your production schedule – Now! Normally that means: unscheduled mold change, downtime, and start-up scrap—but it doesn’t have to. In this webinar ENGEL, Stäubli and Roembke Mfg. & Design will discuss their collaboration to make mold changes fast, safe, simple, and painless. Imagine a complete mold change in under 10 minutes with systems that automatically adjust the machine parameters to the new mold via RFID so you can be molding good parts faster at start up. No special training is required to use this practical and affordable mold-change system. With the ENGEL tie-bar-less machine, the mold-change cart can be pushed directly up to the platens, allowing the new tool to be moved into the mounting area with ease. The mold-change cart is also equipped with preheating to cut down on mold heating time. Tune in to listen to the experts describe all of the advantages of this concept. Have a question? We will be glad to answer it during the webinar. Looking forward to having you on October 7th.
Thu, Oct 7, 2021 · 2:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Bringing together the machine builder, mold builder, and mold-change cart producer for quick mold changes
Perform a mold change with a manually-operated cart system with full accessibility—no crane needed
The next mold can be preheating on the card before the change
RFID changes the parameters while allowing a safe way to complete a mold change in 10 minutes or less
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Design & Mfg. Business Development Manager Roembke
Adam Shaal has spent the last 15 years in the Elastomers Industry assuming various roles. Previously he has worked for various contract manufacturers as a Product Development Engineer, Process Development Engineer, and Technical Sales Manager. ...
Lukas Neunzig finished his apprenticeship to become a Mold Maker at Fischerwerke in 2012 and graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, in 2016. Meanwhile, he worked in the Application Engineering department at...
Tim Boyce is a Market Specialist at Stäubli, focusing on quick-mold-change solutions for the Plastics Industry. Tim has 17 years of experience in engineering, manufacturing, and technical sales. He knows there is no single approach that is right...