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Schwertberg, Austria – January 2023 ENGEL and Glassomer to jointly develop new applications for glass injection moulding. The two companies have concluded a cooperation agreement for this purpose. ENGEL is providing an injection moulding machine to Glassomer for the joint development work and for customer orders.
DIGITALISATION IS SAVING ENERGY & CUTTING CARBON DIOXIDE Schwertberg, Austria – December 2022 Digital solutions are making it easy to maximize the full potential of production cells. They deliver a major contribution in terms of saving energy and cutting carbon footprints. At the Swiss Plastics Expo 2023 event, which will take place in Lucerne, Switzerland […]
Since their invention, the properties of plastics have made them a go-to choice for manufacturers: lightweight, durable and easy to colour and mould, a whole technology has built up around developing new types of plastic with different properties suitable to different uses. From food packaging to healthcare or automotive, plastics have made our lives cleaner, safer and more convenient.
ENGEL sets benchmark with virtual show
Schwertberg/Austria – October 2020
ENGEL Symposium 2020 **POSTPONED DUE TO CORONVIRUS**
ENGEL HL Award
The ENGEL tie-bar-less technology opens up possibilities for more economical efficiency, flexibility and completely new process concepts – for more than 30 years.
ENGEL, Schwertberg, Austria – January 2020
In-situ polymerisation opens up great opportunities in the production of fibre-reinforced plastic components with a thermoplastic polyamide matrix.
At the K 2019 trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, between October 16th and 23rd, ENGEL is starting a completely new chapter in the development of intelligent assistance with its iQ process observer.
Traditionally the maximum speed and acceleration of the robot movements is designed for the maximum load-bearing capacity and the greatest possible strokes, but few applications fully exploit this spectrum. This is exactly where ENGEL comes in with multidynamic. When loads are lower and strokes shorter, ENGEL viper robots equipped with multidynamic move faster, thus enabling shorter cycle times.