Information - Technical

Information - Technical

Saying goodbye to manual clay handling

A fundamental paradigm shift is currently taking place in design model making: Where craftsmanship and one’s keen sense of proportion previously set the tone for more than a hundred years, largely automated systems will soon be taking over the conditioning and processing of clay (plasticine). The TARTLER GROUP is now proving to be the technological leader in this field, as, after two years of development, it presents one of the first system solutions for the machine dosing and application of clay: The Clay Application Machine CAMA 01, which enables automotive and industrial designers to gain entry to the semi or fully automated clay styling process. The system is supplied by the subsidiary SOMATA.

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06.February.2020

With vacuum to the optimum

On the basis of vacuum technology, the plant manufacturer TARTLER now offers several system solutions for degassing high and low-viscosity materials. Primarily developed for filling or conveying processes in plastics technology, they are sometimes also suitable for other applications where the air-free processing of pasty or low-viscosity fluids is of central importance.

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27.January.2020

Innovative alternatives for small(est) quantities

Four different system solutions for the processing and application of small and very small quantities of liquid two-component synthetic resins. Users in product development prototyping, electro casting, adhesive application and RIM applications in particular will thus be able to find a number of alternatives for the efficient dosing and mixing of silicones, polyurethanes and epoxy resins. 

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29.November.2019

Melt up what is needed – New Era Materials receives a 3K dosing system with newly developed hotmelt module

Mission completed! From now on TARTLER dosing machines are available with the innovative hotmelt module, which liquefies just as much material as needed and processed. This means a tremendous saving in time, material and cost for all operators. 

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30.September.2019

Dosing and mixing without air and moisture

Whether it’s vacuum infusion, RTM, wet moulding or pultrusion – many plastics processors face the same dilemma when it comes to dosing and mixing resins and hardeners: air and moisture in the supplied material have a detrimental effect on the quality of the mixture, on the moulding process and ultimately on the end product.

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09.September.2019