Chroma Corp.'s rotational molding division has purchased a new Ferry RotoSpeed RS-2600 machine for its development center.
The independent-arm machine, with five stations, offers complete segregation of process functions, and can index one arm without interfering with process cycles of the remaining arms.
Rotomolding development director Dru Laws said the Ferry has been outfitted with three different process measurement systems, infrared thermometry and internal mold-temperature sensing. The center also received three-dimensional, computer-aided-design modeling software and simulation software.
Chroma is based in McHenry.