Servo-Driven Actions Offer Variety of Benefits

Accede Mold & Tool’s booth at Plastec West / MD&M West, February 7-9, in Anaheim, California, will feature a multi-axis, servo-driven action display that demonstrates some of the precision in-mold actions that are achievable with servo control.

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Accede Mold & Tool’s booth at Plastec West / MD&M West, February 7-9, in Anaheim, California, will feature a multi-axis, servo-driven action display that demonstrates some of the precision in-mold actions that are achievable with servo control. The display will be controlled by a Milacron M-AX controller.

The company’s servo-drive solutions are designed to provide better accuracy, control, cleanliness, speed and flexibility for mold actions than traditional hydraulic- or pneumatic-driven actions. Motions may be profiled and monitored each cycle based on force, velocity and/or position, with tolerance bands set on each variable to ensure repeatability. According to Accede, servo solutions provide the ability to monitor these variables and the opportunity to protect delicate steel conditions and flag preventive maintenance based on real-time data.