Fast. Precise. Economical.
The telescoping stroke is an inwardguided rail system which ensures that when the system moves into home position, the total mechanical stroke is reduced by half.
This means that unlike fixed axes, the entire stroke does not extend upwards.
Thanks to the freely configurable waiting position of the gripper, for example just above the mold, the removal time is significantly reduced. Quick machine cycles can be implemented easily.
The servomotor enables the sprue picker to operate extremely fast and saves on maintenance time and expensive compressed air compared to wear-prone pneumatic drives. The integration into the MC6 control system and the optimized parking position for mold changing round out the user-friendly features.
The SPX10 is fully integrated into the MC6 control system. The operating language and philosophy remain the same. The WizardX ensures maximum ease of programming – just press a button and the picker is programmed.
The servo sprue picker from KraussMaffei features a very compact and stable design. The telescoping stroke makes the SPX10 particularly well suited for use in low shop heights. It forms a unit together with the machine, providing the optimal solution on the market for use in small spaces.