7/23/2019

Electric Actuator Delivers Complete Pin Movement Control

Originally titled 'Electric Actuator Delivers Complete Pin Movement Control'
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Synventive announces the release of eGate 2.0, the latest addition to its activeGate control technologies, which delivers complete pin movement control for large part sequential valve gated applications.

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Synventive announces the release of eGate 2.0, the latest addition to its activeGate control technologies, which delivers complete pin movement control for large part sequential valve gated applications. It provides clean, quiet and energy-efficient operation that is responsive, precise and repeatable. The eGate electric actuator bolts directly on the manifold for an easy install, offering both a compact footprint and small stack height. Precise all-electric control of each valve pin’s position, speed, velocity and stroke delivers optimal cosmetics for class A surfaces, warpage reduction, clamp force reduction, part weight reduction and greater application flexibility.

eGate’s intuitive interface includes a simple drag and drop editor for easy setup, recipe storage and mold overview, as well as varying levels of user control.

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