Are you looking for an injection moulding machine but you don’t know how much money you should include in your investment plan? As you know, you should never prefer price over quality. A new machine can indirectly cost you money after you bought it. But how can you know if you are crossing the limit? Or maybe you’re about to sell yours and you don’t know for how much you should sell it? You need to have an idea of the average cost for this type of machine on the used industrial machinery market.
You might know the top injection moulding machines manufacturers, but you’re still looking for the machine which suits your business reality and your goals. Battenfeld, Engel, Arburg… and many other companies have built impressive models which today can be bought from sellers around the world on Exapro.
Depending on several important specifications such as the clamping force (the maximum force with which the clamping unit can hold the mold in a closed state) or the weight (or volume) of the injection (the maximum mass of the polymer melt), finding a machine can be difficult if you don’t have the means or the appropriate knowledge.
Let’s pick up some examples to help you with your search. Here are below some real examples of injection moulding machines currently on sale among more than 1000 machines on our website for this category.
Engel ES 1350/1200 injection moulding machine
Let’s start with this used Engel injection moulding machine from 1997. Currently available in our Plastic-Rubber category, the machine claims to be in good condition with a great description regarding important specifications. As it’s located in Poland, this could be a great help for some buyers as it would save some time on delivery cost.
- Clamping force: 1200 T
- Screw diameter: 90.0 mm
- Mould size: 500 mm
- Shot volume: 2480.0 cm³
- Pressure on material: 1910 bar
The final price is 51,500 € for this ES 1350/1200 model. You can check this out directly on our product page here and contact the seller if you desire more information.
Ferromatik Milacron Magna VM 550/4800 Injection moulding machine
This Spanish seller is offering a Magn VM model from 2000. As you can see on the product page, a lot of technical information has been provided such as the number of hours of operation, the type of robot, and even if the instruction book is available (it might be important for your operators). Feel free to read the page and know more about all the specifications and benefits this Ferromatil machine can bring to your business. The price is 42,500 €.
- Clamping force: 550 T
- Screw diameter: 100.0 mm
- Shot volume: 3140.0 cm³
- Pressure on material: 1535 bar
At Exapro, we always encourage our sellers to showcase their machine with pictures but also videos. If you don’t know yet how to create a great video to increase your chances of selling, read our article “How to film product video“. All the videos are also published on the Exapro YouTube channel. Right below, the seller shows that the machine is working and is in good condition. It’s a real plus to increase his/her chances of selling.
BOY 55M Injection Moulding Machine
Let’s take a look now to this BOY machine from 2002 which comes from the United Kingdom. With only 27600 run hours on the clock, this machine located in Wellingborough and in good condition can be bought for 18,500 €.
- Clamping force: 55 T
- Screw diameter: 38.0 mm
- Mould size: 250 mm
- Shot volume: 136.1 cm³
- Pressure on material: 1508 bar
Negri Bossi VECTOR 1500/17000 Injection moulding machine
To conclude, here is a V1500 model in excellent condition which could be yours in the next few days. Manufactured in 2004 and situated in Spain, this 9800 cm³ injection capacity machine with an injection pressure of 1710 bar is proposed by the seller for 178,000 €.
- Clamping force: 1500 T
- Screw diameter: 135.0 mm
- Mould size: 600/1500 mm
- Shot volume: 9800.0 cm³
- Pressure on material: 1710 bar
We hope you’re having now a better idea of prices regarding the injection moulding machines and if you are more curious about it, feel free to visit the dedicated page on Exapro and contact any seller if you have a specific question.
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