Cube-mold machine

Efficiency for high-volume production

Our ALLROUNDER CUBE injection molding machines are precisely adapted to cube molds. Their servo-electric toggle-type clamping unit allows for high-speed cycles with reduced energy requirements - the ideal basis for efficient high-volume production at reduced unit costs.<

Dishwasher basket rollers

CUBE technology saves 40 % cycle time
The new reverse cube system from Foboha for ARBURG's ALLROUNDER CUBE increases quality, accelerates cycle times by up to 40 % compared to two separate injection molding machines plus assembly process, and offers enormous cost and floor space savings.

Using a 24+24-cavity cube mold with its halves arranged one above the other, an ALLROUNDER CUBE 2900 produces 24 PP bushings and 24 POM rollers simultaneously. The cycle time is around 9.5 seconds. The cube halves rotate by 90° against each other. While injection takes place on one side of the cube, the components on the other three sides cool down enough so that they can be assembled directly in the mold. Assembly of the individual parts to form complete rollers for dishwasher baskets is carried out by a six-axis robot.

Flip-top closures

Cube-mold machine for high-speed applications
The ALLROUNDER CUBE is specially designed for high-speed applications. With a clamping force of 325 tons and two size 15.3 oz and 8.2 oz injection units, it will produce two-color flip-top closures from PP in a cycle time of 8.5 seconds.

With four usable sides and two parting lines positioned one behind the other, the 32+32-cavity cube mold offers key benefits: manufacturing of the pre-molded part and the final product, as well as cooling and removal, are performed simultaneously. The first component produced is the 0.8 gram drop-shaped top section, which then cools on the second cube side, while the 2.4 gram second component is molded on in the third position. On the fourth side of the mold, the flip-top closures are removed without influencing the cycle time, set down on a separate station and capped. Finally, an optical quality inspection is carried out on the finished parts.