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Arburg to reward a new electric Allrounder 370 E to the molder with the oldest Allrounder

October 19/2011

(Plastics Today) -- Arburg plans to reward a new electric Allrounder 370 E to the molder with the oldest Allrounder that is still being used in production. The promotion is one way the company is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the launch of its Allrounder machine range.

Arburg, based in Lossburg, Germany, is calling the contest "Economic Miracle" anniversary competition. The company's Allrounder injection molding machines have been installed by the thousands since their introduction. Launched in 1961, the invention of the Allrounder principle meant that, for the first time, injection molding was possible in different working positions using a pivoting clamping unit and interchangeable injection unit.

Since the market launch of the first Allrounders, all Arburg machines bear the Allrounder name. Arburg makes a reliable machine, we've been told often enough, and we've seen enough old Allrounders during tours at injection molders to bet that the winner likely will have more than 25 years of service to its credit.

The contest winner will receive an electric Allrounder 370 E from the Edrive series, which Arburg introduced into its electric machine range this year. Prerequisites for participation in the anniversary competition are that the customer or company is the original owner of the Allrounder entered and the machine must still be in use in production today. Predecessor machines of the Allrounder will not be accepted.

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