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High-load ball screws bring greater force, larger parts to electric injection molding

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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