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HOME > Products > Foundry > Product Lineup > Molding Machines > Horizontal Parting Flaskless Molding Machine - FDNX Series

Horizontal Parting Flaskless Molding Machine - FDNX Series

Compact and pitless - single station type, also ideal as a sub-machine.

Molding rate of 100 molds/hr (FDNX-0)(without core setting)

Horizontal Parting Flaskless Molding Machine-FDNX series

“Aeration sand filling technology

Horizontal Parting Flaskless Molding Machine-FDNX series

Features

  • Aeration sand filling technology for producing high quality castings, consumption for core setting at each core setting station.
  • Ready to use just by turning on the power (100V-240V). Compressed air sand supply, no need for new patterns.
  • Low-noise working environment of 72dB(A).
  • Automatic molding machine for easy replacement of manual molding.
A couple of automatic molding machines doing the job of dozens of jolt-squeezers

Specifications

Model FDNX-0 FDNX-Ⅰ
Mold size Length(L)×Breadth(B)(mm) 450×350 500×400
Height(H)mm Cope Drag 150 Cope Drag 180
Molding Method ※1) Aeration + Squeeze
Max molding rate(Molds/hr) 100 (36sec/mold)
[Excluding core setting time]
90 (40sec/mold)
[Excluding core setting time]
  • 1) Molding speed may vary depending on ambient temperature, compressed air source pressure and squeeze pressure.
  • 2) CE version is also available as an option.
  • 3) The above specifications and dimensions are subject to change without notice.
Options for maximizing the capabilities of the FDNX

Simple sand treatment system (molding machine not included in sand treatment system)
Manual roller line
Automatic line(with pusher/cushion cylinders)

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