Sealing and adhesion with gram accuracy

Minimum-quantity dosing and application of small quantities for multi-component plastics are key processes in many industrial assembly lines. These processes are often at the heart of the action, especially in electrical and electronic encapsulation as well as in adhesive and sealing technology. The TARTLER dosing mixing head LV 2/2 with integrated load cell is specially designed for use in these areas. Low-viscosity mixtures can be applied with pinpoint accuracy in tiny shot quantities of 1.0 to 10 grams.

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A Cornucopia of Innovative Solutions

When processing liquid and pasty synthetic resins, it is often intelligent detail solutions that determine the efficiency and productivity of an application. In addition to its range of dosing and mixing systems, TARTLER therefore offers its customers a wide selection of task-specific accessories and disposable elements. They simplify handling during application, improve mixing quality, reduce material waste and offer plenty of potential for all kinds of process optimization.

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Efficient and homogeneous processing of small volumes

In product development and adhesive technology, as well as in electro casting and resin injection moulding (RIM), the precise processing of minimum quantities of liquid two-component synthetic resins is one of the daily challenges. TARTLER offers five system solutions aimed precisely at the dosing, mixing and application of silicones and polyurethane and epoxy resins. Depending on the version, they are suitable for use under laboratory conditions or already for small series production.

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Optimum use of liquid and pasty media

With the degassing station TAVA F, the TARTLER GROUP is offering a ground-breaking solution for the material-optimised and cost-reduced handling of liquid and pasty media through its subsidiary SOMATA.

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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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