PC-Control: High-precision control technology lowers consumption of raw materials in injection molding machines
Canadian plastics industry leader, Husky Injection Molding Systems perfectly balances efficiency, quality and costs.
Whether you prefer soda, water, tea or fruit juice, you can safely assume that the plastic bottle containing your drink started its life as a so-called ‘preform’. The preforms for PET bottles are produced using an injection molding process and look like a plastic test tube with a threaded neck for the bottle cap. In the second step, they are loaded into a blow molding machine, where they are stretched and inflated to form the finished bottle. An enormous share of the global market for PET plastic bottles is based on preforms manufactured using machines built by the Canadian plastics industry innovator, Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd.
Husky not only uses modern PC-based control systems; since 2006 it has also employed EtherCAT, the industrial Ethernet communication system developed by Beckhoff. “With EtherCAT and TwinCAT software working together, there is a ide range of diagnostic tools at Husky’s disposal to pinpoint any problems with equipment or the end product. Naturally, this is a major benefit that maximizes uptime,” says Endel Mell.
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