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Mixing and Dispensing Cell

November 30, -0001

Rampf Dosiertechnik is focusing on innovation. Besides its broadly diversified product portfolio, which extends from simple manual installations to a fully automated production plant, the machine-builder is presenting a new development: the DC-CNC 1150 mixing and dispensing cell. The number in the product name stands for the maximum possible traversing paths X and Y with a length of 1150 mm.

The company will be rounding off its program with the new DC-CNC 1150 installation, which represents the XL-version of the standard dispensing cell DC-CNC. One objective of the development was to construct a dispensing cell with increased traversing range and a compact construction. Traversing axes, material format and dispensing technology therefore form a unit. "Particularly within the area of jointing technology, flexibility is important. With many different materials available on the market. In addition, there are also components with increasingly complex geometries that have to be sealed, poured or bonded together. With the DC-CNC 1150 we have the perfect solution. The compact dispensing plant efficiently processes all kinds of materials. Various systems can be integrated for component handling," said sales and marketing director Hartmut Storz.
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