Injection molding has traditionally used hydraulics and electric molding machines have been relegated to smaller parts due to limited loads and clamping forces. Today, however, high-capacity ball screws for high-load drives change that to enable larger parts and open a broader range of applications. This report details the engineering considerations of the latest ball screw technology for electric injection molding machines.
Read this report to learn about:
- Key load-capacity factors including ball circulation & distribution, groove geometry, and seal/retainer technology
- High-speed feeding for improved machine efficiency, faster cycle times, and overall productivity
- Design considerations for optimizing high-load applications
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