Negri Bossi at K2019

The K-show, held in Dusseldorf every three years, is one of the world’s most important plastics exhibitions.   For this reason, Negri Bossi will once again be demonstrating their latest technology and innovation at the show.

Based in HALL 15, our 480 square metre stand will be displaying four machines, the focal point being the all-new NOVA s600T machine, a new model which extends and completes this exciting range of machines. In addition to this, we are also showing two electric machines from the NOVA eT range, as well as a 330 tonnes servo-hydraulic machine.

NOVA s600T
NOVA s600T

The addition of the NOVA s600T now provides a range of NOVA sT machines from 600 to 1300 tonnes. This new and innovative product has a unique toggle system that retains all the benefits of a traditional toggle system, whilst generating a footprint close to that of a two-platen solution. 

The machines come with the latest generation servo-hydraulic system for maximum performance and energy-saving, as well as the patented and cutting edge Motus controller, with its revolutionary virtual object system for axis movement.

This machine will be making a folding crate, with part extraction and full assembly via a SYTRAMA robot and downstream automation.

Two NOVA eT All-Electric machines will complete the collection of NOVA series machines on display. The NOVA eT range is aimed at the Packaging, Closure, Medical and Optical moulding sectors, being precise, efficient and fast.

The NOVA eT range runs from 50 to 350 tonnes and features the smart flex-2 clamp units that are specifically designed for electric actuation and reduced dry-cycle times. The whole range features generous tie bar spacing, high injection speeds and the Tactum multi-touch controller, with its scroll, zoom and swipe capability.

A NOVA e130T, fitted with a 40 mm barrier screw, will run a packaging mould manufactured by MOLMASA  (Barcelona, Spain).  This will demonstrate a new and patented method for producing high-quality plastic blown bottles directly from the injection moulding machine.  The solution offers a compact and reliable moulding system based on a horizontal IMM, coupled with simple and fast start-up, high quality of the final product and a low piece price.

NOVA eT Machine

The second NOVA eT is a 220-tonne model producing drinking glasses using a  four-impression mould made by FB Moulds. Parts will be extracted via a side entry SYTRAMA Robot and packaged using a downstream bagging line. This is an ideal application for the NOVA eT range, as it benefits from the machine’s low energy consumption and high performance.

Broom head production cell. The fourth machine will be a 330-ton servo-hydraulic model producing a broom (brush) head using Negri Bossi’s FMC technology. FMC is a technique of moulding with gas (nitrogen in microcellular form) that reduces the weight of the product and eliminates aesthetic defects.  Downstream automation from Sytrama also incorporates a brush making machine (Borghi).

The use of WPC (wood/plastic compound) raw material in addition to the FMC system guarantees an ecological solution for plastic production. Benefiting from Negri Bossi’s extensive experience in gas injection, the FMC system is the optimum solution for weight reduction and can be used with both thermoplastics and liquid silicon rubber (LSR). 

SYTRAMA automation.  All machines on the stand benefit from automation supplied by Sytrama, Negri Bossi’s sister company.  In addition, there is a unique demonstration of a robot playing noughts and crosses.

Industry 4.0  The Negri Bossi AMICO 4.0. system, which is dedicated to industry 4.0., will be shown in a display area demonstrating the latest developments achieved through the collaboration with our partner Open Plast.  Open Plast , the Italian platform dedicated to the Plastic & Rubber sector, facilitates a complete industry 4.0 chain from the machines to the customers ERP system.

Come and see what NEGRI BOSSI, a market leader for more than 70 years, can do for you and your business.  You will find us in Hall15, stand 22.