All-electric injection molding machine,
180–8.500 kN clamping force, toggle system 

The WIZ-E series is the result of many years of research and experience in the development and production of injection molding machines. These exceptional machines combine the advantages of servo-electric technology, an injection speed/pressure control algorithm, compliance with safety standards, a five-point articulated clamping system designed by FEA analysis and a high-speed injection mechanism.


KEBA control system 15"

  • User-friendly control from Austrian control panel manufacturer KEBA
  • Hot runner system control (built-in)
  • USB port, key switch (optional), hardware control buttons
  • Setting of all injection parameters and their logging, cycle analysis
  • Possibility of communication with external peripherals
  • Possibility of remote management and production control (LAN port located on the CPU in the machine cabinet)

Short cycle times

  • Servomotors controlled independently and simultaneously allow parallel machine movements
  • Very short reaction time and more precise speed control of servomotors
  • Injection speed up to 500 mm/s

High accuracy and repeatability

  • Toggle closing mechanism with high rigidity minimises deflection of clamping plates
  • Uniform pressure distribution of the closing unit - improved parallelism
  • Double clamping of the injection unit reduces the risk of material underflow

More space for mold

  • Increased dimension between the tie bars
  • Possibility to build a larger mold into the machine with lower clamping force
  • Increased clearance between clamping plates
  • Possibility of clamping a mold with a larger built-in height or a requirement for a larger opening

Cost saving

  • Quiet machine operation (approx. 70 dB)
  • Powerful and energy-efficient AC servomotors
  • No oil filling required
  • Air-cooled drives
  • Multi-component injection molding - P, V, R, L and LENS versions
  • LSR - silicone injection molding technology
  • IBM - injection blow molding technology