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Negri Bossi at MECSPE 2019


Negri Bossi will be present at MECSPE, the first Italian event of 2019, that will take place in Parma from the 28th to the 30th March. Negri Bossi enjoyed an increase in the Italian market share last year and attendance at this event clearly demonstrates the commitment we maintain for the domestic market.

On Hall 6 stand number D05 Negri Bossi will be exhibiting a new machine from the NOVA platform, a NOVA eT 100 tonnes, Euromap 490 injection unit, complete with Tactum Multi Touch controller.

The NOVA eT is a fully electric machine, designed for reliability and longevity. Amongst the key features are:

  • Self-lubricating linear bearings on the moving platen. This ensures the cleanliness of the die area, making the machine perfect for cleanroom environments.
  • Robust injection drive system with high speed, high load ball screws.
  • Significant energy savings when compared to conventional hydraulic drive solutions
  • Substantially reduced cycle times due to fully overlapping movements.

The range, from 50 to 350 tons, is equipped with the new TACTUM Controller, user friendly and innovative, with swipe and scroll function and a gesture navigation, which is fast and intuitive. During the event, the machine will produce an ice cream pot, in Polypropylene material. The molding weighs 25 gr and will be running in a cycle time of 5 seconds. The mold is produced by SCS srl Molds Construction Society, located near Ancona since 1989. Sytrama Automation, our sister company, will also be on the stand demonstrating a S7 Robot.

MB Spritzgusstechnik invests in a second BIPOWER i2700P machine with automation


Established in 2003, MB Spritzgusstechnik in Marktoberdorf (Bayern, Germany), is an owner-managed company. MB develops and produces technically sophisticated injection molded parts from almost all common thermoplastics and recycled materials. The “passion for plastic” of the founder Michael Bechtel, who has more than 25 years of industry experience as a plastic mold manufacturer and plastics technician, is evident in all areas of the company. The factory is passionate about processing recycled materials and re-using raw material to extend life cycles.

MB Spritzgusstechnik ensures they have the most advanced plastic injection technology installed in their factory. This technology enables them to efficiently process recycled plastic to produce Industrial pallets. A 2nd Negri Bossi BIPOWER i2700P-H56000 has recently been installed: a two-platen machine with 27000 KN clamping force and injection capacity of 28 kg in HDPE. The machine is equipped with a servo electric screw rotation and special screw profile for complex recycled materials. A complete Sytrama automation cell with Kuka 6-axis robot completes the installation.

Negri Bossi BIPOWER i2700P
Injection Moulding Machine: The new BIPOWER i2700P-H56000 at MB-Spritzgusstechnik.

The injection unit is specifically designed to provide a homogenous and consistent melt quality of the recycled

material. This includes a special barrier screw with feeder aids to ensure optimal processing conditions.

The control interface of the BIPOWER model is ergonomic and intuitive, based on an intelligent, self-explanatory menu. Technicians do not require additional training or long learning phases, especially as the system is backed up with the support of the AMICO™ 4.0 system. Amico provides remote technical assistance ensuring a fast response to resolving queries or issues.

MB Spritzgusstechnik has 160 employees and 30 machines installed, and this latest investment in the BIPOWER machine is integral to a strategic move toward sustainable growth and technological advancement.

MB Spritzgusstechnik has continuously renewed their machinery profile, with purchases of both, Negri Bossi Vector and BiPower machines in recent years. MB have an excellent technical competency, and their trust in Negri Bossi is testament to the faith they place in the quality and technology supplied by the company.
Negri Bossi in very proud to continue their collaboration with this prominent and valuable partner.


Negri Bossi at Interplastica 2019

Negri Bossi will be present at Interplastica, first event of the year 2019 that will take place in Moscow from 29th January to 1st February  1. Negri Bossi’s annual attendance at this event is testament to its continued interest and support for the Russian market.

On Stand C29, Hall 21 Negri Bossi will be exhibiting for the first time at this event, the new machine of platform NOVA , the NOVA eT 100 tons Euromap 490 injection unit ,complete with the control Multi touch Tactum.

The NOVA eT is a total electric machine designed for reliability and longevity. The main benefits are: self-lubricating linear bearings on the moving platen that ensure cleanliness of the die area, making the machine perfect for cleanroom environments; the machine offers also energy savings of up to 80%when compared to conventional hydraulic drive solutions, and substantially reduced cycle times due to fully overlapping movements.

The range is equipped with the new TACTUM Controller, user friendly and innovative with swipe and scroll function and a gesture navigation fast and intuitive. During the event, the machine will produce an Ice Cream pot, in Polypropylene material; the piece molded weighs 25 gr with a cycle time of 5 seconds. The mold is a production of the SCS factory (Molds Construction Society) located near Ancona with more than 30 years of experience. On stand will be present also Sytrama Automation, our sister company, with a S7 Robot.

Negri Bossi at Plast Eurasia 2018

NOVA s700T
Photo of a NOVA s700T by Andrea Butti

Negri Bossi celebrates the launch of its newest series of injection molding machines in Turkish market: the Nova at Plast Eurasia in Istanbul. At the event the highly technological Nova s700T with its innovative toggle system is shown, equipped with the FMC technology and complete with Sytrama automation.

The new design and upgraded clamp and injection unit of the Negri Bossi Nova sT range combines versatility, compactness and control. The only true multi touch controller, Motus, incorporates user friendly gesture navigation with total configurability.

Energy efficiency was at the forefront of the design consideration incorporating the very latest servo pump technology, purpose built for injection molding applications.

The FMC technology is an in-house development of Negri Bossi for a gas mixture with plastics, for a lightweight production of parts and it is specific for Industrial packaging and automotive sectors.

At the show, a mini pallet is produced with approx. 20% reduction in weight while maintaining the mechanical characteristics and surface quality in a good level.

Plast Eurasia is a central exhibition that attracts great interest from various regions from East Europe, Middle East and Africa, Russia and central Asia.

Douglas M. Hugo Appointed President of Negri Bossi North America

Douglas HugoLeading European injection molding machine manufacturer Negri Bossi S.p.A. announces the appointment of Douglas M. Hugo as President of North American operations beginning October 1, 2018.  Additionally, his responsibilities will include the North American operations of the group’s automation specialist, Sytrama.

Negri Bossi CEO Craig Ward commented; “We are excited to have Douglas join our leadership team as he brings more than 30 years of experience in our industry.  Over his career, he has gained extensive knowledge working across the molding and mold-making sectors.” 

When asked how he planned to develop the Negri Bossi brand over the coming years in North America, Douglas commented; “Negri Bossi has built a reputation of high-quality equipment with a strong emphasis on incorporating the latest technologies into the brand.  From electric, co-injection and mid to large tonnage machines, through to Sytrama automation solutions, North America is well positioned for growth and to increase market share.”

In closing, Douglas added; “The brand has seen excellent results and growth across Europe, the company has built a strong sales, service and support structure, and we look forward to the continued growth in North America.”