Show visitors will have the opportunity to see the French company’s “2x160T vertical presses, the G10 V410Y10 Core and the G10 V410Y10 Extended.”
Introduced in 2016, the G10 Core is a range of injection moulding presses dedicated to customers looking for lean solutions for their less demanding processes.
These machines, available with clamping forces from 160T to 500T are said to meet lean manufacturing requirements for standard processes without particular complexity.
Featured as REP’s performance range, the Extended presses include injection moulding machines from 40T up to 1,000T. They are billed as “ultra-performing, user-configurable, flexible and upgradable to meet future production needs throughout their lifetime.”
The focus of the G10 Extended is on hi-tech processes, high production rates, automated environments and dual-compound processes.
Software on show
REP will also display the latest version of its Rep Net 4.0 software, which is a supervision software program used to connect presses to a centralised data system.
This customisable system, which runs on Windows, can be used to check the process quality in real time, centralise mould settings, retrace production schedules and improve parts quality through SPC tools.
REP has been offering solutions aiming at press networking and process data collection since 1986. According to the company, REP Net 4.0 is “the only software of its kind offering the possibility to network brand new presses as well as existing ones dating back as far as 1986.”
With its range of presses and state-of-the art Industry 4.0 software to connect them, REP claims it can offer a solution to all customer needs.