Press Release Summary:
Como Injection can optimize, monitor, and document up to 8 channels of cavity pressure or 4 channels of cavity pressure and 4 channels of machine signals. Available with optional touch screen for curve visualization, compact device is machine-mounted and compatible with coaxial and single-wire Kistler sensors. It can also be used to separate non-conforming parts to questionable parts bin. Collected data can be stored to server and accessed remotely via Internet.
Original Press Release:
CoMo Injection - Kistler's Tool for Zero Defect Production in Injection Molding
Amherst, NY (May 15, 2006) - Kistler Instrument will introduce at NPE 2006 a new system for zero defect production in the injection molding industry. This device will optimize, monitor, and document up to 8 channels of cavity pressure, or 4 channels of cavity pressure and 4 channels of machine signals (typically voltage signals). This new product is available with in a compact device that is machine mounted and with an optional touch screen for curve visualization.
The new Kistler unit is compatible with coaxial and single wire Kistler sensors. New cabling concept is offered with the Como Injection that offers one cable that combines up to 8 cavity pressure signals. The new cable offering allows for quicker set up time and protects users from confusing plug connections during machine and mold setups.
Como Injection can be also used to separate non-conforming parts to be separated to questionable parts bin. Parts are continuously monitored and diverted if parts are not produced to optimum standards.
The data collected from the Como Injection system can be stored for use in production analysis and quality assurance, via an Ethernet connection to a server. Data can be accessed remotely from any location via the Internet.
Kistler is a global supplier of precision instrumentation for the Plastics market as well as the Research and Development, Industrial, Aerospace, Engine, and Bio-Mechanical marketplace.