KraussMaffei
The KraussMaffei product brand is internationally synonymous with future-oriented and cross-technology system and process solutions in injection molding machinery, reaction process machinery and automation. As a complete supplier across industries, KraussMaffei is characterized by its individual, modular or standardized products and a wide range of customized services. KraussMaffei combines decades of expertise in the manufacture of plastics machinery with its origins in Munich.
 
Customers in business areas focusing on automotive, medical technology, life sciences, packaging, consumer goods, electronics and major appliances all appreciate the powerful product range.
With the five machine series, AX, CX, EX, GX and MX, the injection molding machinery selection from KraussMaffei covers not only standard applications, but also all process variants and special processes. Whether with swivel plate or two-platen technology, hydraulic, hybrid or all-electric, KraussMaffei gives you access to state-of-the-art technologies and a unique product spectrum with a broad range of clamping forces. The modular engineering of our efficient, high-performance machines and our finely scaled performance ranges enable us to configure application-specific production solutions that are an exact match to your requirements.
 
Linear (LRX series), industrial (IR series) or side-removal (SR series) robots—KraussMaffei Automation works closely with you as a system partner to arrive at the optimum system solution, from the machine to process engineering to automation. Here, the core competencies are particularly in the fields of insertion, mounting clips, cleaners, primers and DecoForm. Our offering also includes planning and implementing complete manufacturing cells. Whether new investments or automation for older machines from KraussMaffei or other manufacturers—our extensive technology expertise as your highly skilled partner always lets you achieve your individual business objectives.
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