Boy Machines Inc. will run nine of its small-tonnage injection molding machines at its NPE 2015 exhibit, Booth W3303.
Boy will show showcase its full-clamping-force range, from the 11-ton Boy XS to the 110-ton Boy 100 E.
For the first time at NPE, Boy will demonstrate the injection unit for the second component, the Boy 2C XS, in conjunction with the Boy 25 E, together making marbled serving dishes. The parts look almost identical, because of the special positioning of the 2C XS injection unit to the 25 E.
Boy Machines, of Exton, Pa., is the U.S. subsidiary of Germany-based Dr. Boy GmbH & Co. KG.
Boy Machines President Marko Korneef said the Boy 2C XS is flexible. “Instead of investing in a second machine, the Boy injection unit can be integrated into any injection molding machine. The Boy 2C XS offers an affordable entry into multi-component technology.”
Also at NPE, Boy will make wrist bands on a Boy 35 E — offered to show attendees for a donation of their choice, as a fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish organization in central and northern Florida. Boy is helping fulfill the wishes of boys — and girls — facing life-threatening medical conditions.
And befitting a German company, a Boy 60 E will produce polycarbonate beer glasses in a fully automatic cell. A special machine switch ensures every glass is filled.
After the beer, you can toss a flying disc molded on a 110-ton Boy 100 E.
And you can see Boy presses at the booths of two partner companies: Yushin America Inc. (Booth W763) and Dri-Air Industries Inc. (Booth W1343).
For information, see www.boymachines.com.