The TOYO Si-6s series of injection molding machines is a line of advanced machines that feature several new technologies and improvements compared to the previous Si-6 series. In this video, Brad will go over several of the new key features and improvements of the TOYO Si-6s series.
The setup and alarm records on the Toyo injection molding machine refer to the historical data that is recorded by the machine’s control system regarding the machine’s setup parameters and any alarms or warnings that occur during the molding process.
Mold Protection is a feature on Toyo injection molding machines that helps to prevent damage to molds during the molding process. This feature uses sensors and other tools to detect and prevent issues such as mold over-closing, under-closing, or misalignment, which can lead to costly mold damage and downtime.
The fill-only process on Toyo injection molding machines is a setting that allows the machine to only fill the mold with plastic material without applying any pressure or packing. This is typically used for certain types of parts or molds where the goal is to simply fill the cavity with material, and not necessarily to achieve a precise or consistent packing density.
Actions on the Toyo injection molding machine refer to the various steps and procedures that an operator or technician may take to perform a specific task or address an issue with the machine. Here are some common actions that may be taken on a Toyo injection molding machine.
The Open Torque Monitor is a feature on Toyo injection molding machines that monitors the torque output of the machine’s electric motor during operation. This feature is designed to help detect and prevent issues such as motor overload, abnormal torque behavior, or mechanical problems that could lead to equipment damage or downtime.
Graphs on the Toyo injection molding machine are important tools for monitoring and analyzing the performance of the machine and the quality of the molded products. Here are some of the key benefits and uses of the graphs on the Toyo injection molding machine.
The shot monitor on the Toyo injection molding machine is a feature that allows operators to monitor the amount of plastic material that is injected into the mold during each molding cycle. This information can be used to ensure that the machine is injecting the correct amount of material for each product, and to identify any issues with the molding process that may be affecting product quality.
High Speed Resin Change – TWAP can also be used during the purge process on Toyo injection molding machines to help ensure that the machine is purged properly and that there are no residual materials left in the barrel or nozzle.