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10-18-2017

Smart and Simple Materials Conveyors

Wittmann Robot Systeme

Gravimax dosing unit: The hinged lids can be opened using a special grip (© Wittmann)

Wittmann Robot Systeme GmbH of Nuremberg, Germany, is introducing new products for conveying, tempering, and automation technology, as well as for recycling. Their Gravimax gravimetric dosing unit enables precise and continuous materials dosing, as well as homogeneous materials mixing, according to the manufacturer. Further developments apply especially to system accessibility. It is no longer necessary to dismount conveying equipment thanks to a specially designed system cover. This enables increased productivity for throughputs up to 80 kg/h and small lot numbers. Its integrated touch control simplifies operation.

For larger throughputs, Wittmann is offering a practical system component: the newly developed swiveling Feedmax machine hopper attachment simplifies any additional cleaning work during materials changes. Neither do the feed connections (material lines, compressed air and vacuum supplies) do have to be cleaned, nor do components have to be dismounted to clean the underside. As additional novelty, the G-Max 23 compact mill, is presented at Fakuma. It enables inline sprue recycling for engineering plastics in particular at throughputs up to 80 kg/h. This mill can be operated by remote control and also features transportable construction.

Fakuma 2017: Hall B1, booth 1204

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Wittmann Robot Systeme GmbH

Am Tower 2
DE 90475 Nürnberg

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