Injection - arbor press drive - CE certified

Injection Machine made out of a wooden frame and arbor press drive.
This offers easy shipment, transportation and storage - it's lightweight and of course made out of sustainable material.

The arbor press drive makes it possible to exert a continuous pressure regardless the position of the lever. High press force with low actuation force allows you to work with this machine all by yourself. This leads to a much better outcome and quality of the products. It's a further development to the pp-drawings.

The machines also have a plastic level indicator which gives you a good overview on the material left in the chamber.
With our spring clam system and the molding table, the molds are pressed against the nozzle, which allows a simple and fast workflow. You lay the mold on it - pull the lever up - the mold is connected to the nozzle and easy to fill and to loosen.

If not needed it can be 'fold' and uses less space. Also transportation in the car, train, easier.
Perfect for using in workshops!

Already used by pp-workshops in England, Italy, France, Switzerland, Uganda, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Austria,...

Made in Austria - and therefore of high quality.
High quality electronic components which are produced in Europe.
All machines have CE certification for the EU market and are shipped worldwide.

If you are a registered company or organization within the EU the price can be without taxes - intra community delivery. If not with a registered VAT additional 20% taxes are added to the 2.700€

Shipment in Europe for free. International please contact.

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Country of Origin: Austria
International Shipping Price Includes: individual
Weight: 28 kg
Dimensions: 120X60 cm
Voltage: 220v
According to Precious Plastic drawings: No
Listing created Oct 6, 2019

Public discussion (4)

Trevor B

4 months ago

Hi there! I am wondering how much it would cost to have this shipped to Newfoundland, Canada. Thanks!


4 months ago

Hi, thanks for the request. I already send you a message.


4 months ago

Hello.. very nicely done! do you have any videos out there? i would love to see that mold clamping in action.


4 months ago

Hello - here is an old video. We are currently producing new ones.

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