Small-Sized Tooling handles plastic parts for injection molding.

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Based upon modular tooling design, Series 16 Grippers are used primarily for handling small and mid-sized parts in 2-4 lb range, as well as for multi-cavity molds in plastic injection molding, packaging, and other industries. Manufactured from aluminum, Series offers variety of off-the-shelf components in various sizes, allowing tooling solutions to be configured for each customer's specific application.



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Bilsing Automation Series 16 Tooling Optimized for Plastic Parts Handling: Based Upon the Company's Successful Modular Design Approach



Clinton Township, MI, - Bilsing Automation North America has announced the availability of its Series 16 lightweight, high-stiffness, small-sized tooling developed for the handling of plastic parts for the injection molding industry. Based upon Bilsing's proven modular tooling design approach, the small Series 16 grippers are used primarily for handling small and mid-sized parts in the two- to four-lb. range as well as for multi-cavity molds in plastic injection molding, packaging and other industries.

Manufactured from high quality aluminum, Series 16 tooling is designed to be robust yet flexible. The Series offers a wide variety of off-the-shelf components in various sizes, allowing Bilsing to quickly configure a tooling solution specific to each customer's application whether it be handling parts as large as an injection-molded automotive fascia or as small as a simple access panel. According to Bilsing customers, Series 16 tooling greatly contributes to the success of their plastic product manufacturing.

Bilsing Automation North America carries a full line of tooling for the pressroom, body shop and plastic molding applications in the automotive, food, packaging and glass industries. It is a subsidiary of Bilsing Automation GmbH (Attendorn, Germany), a global leader in the development and manufacturing of modular tooling systems. The company is focused on providing optimum product performance that results in cost reductions, supporting the customer through planning, design, engineering, simulation, assembly, commissioning and on-site training.

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