Arburg Inc

Rocky Hill,  CT 
United States
  • Booth: 2147

ARBURG, a German family-owned company, is one of the leading global manufacturers of plastic processing machines. The product portfolio encompasses ALLROUNDER injection molding machines with clamping forces from 14 to 715 tons, the freeformer for industrial additive manufacturing and robotic systems, customer and industry-specific turnkey solutions and further peripheral equipment.

The objective is to enable the customers to manufacture their products, whether one-off parts or high-volume batches, in optimal quality and at minimum unit costs.

A worldwide sales and service network guarantees first-class, local customer support. ARBURG is represented by its own organizations at 33 locations in 25 countries and by trading partners in more than 50 countries. The machines are produced exclusively at the headquarters in Lossburg, Germany. Of a total of roughly 2,700 employees, around 2,200 work in Germany. About 500 further employees work in ARBURG’s organizations worldwide.


  • freeformer
    The freeformer and ARBURG Plastic Freeforming (APF) process are designed for industrial additive manufacturing of functional parts. It enables low-cost qualified standard granulates to be processed into functional parts, individually or in small batches....

  • The freeformers shows the potential of the industrial additive manufacturing of functional plastic parts. With this open system, one-off parts and small-volume batches can be efficiently produced from qualified standard granulate. The material is melted in a plasticizing cylinder and then applied as tiny droplets on a moving three-axis part carrier. As the freeformer is equipped with two stationary discharge units, it can process two components at the same time. This means, that parts can be produced in different colors, with special tactile qualities or as a hard/soft combination. As an alternative, the second discharge unit can be used to build up structures from a special support material. This makes it possible to achieve unusual or very complex part geometries. Moreover, high-volume parts can be enhanced and customer wishes can be incorporated directly in the value chain by combining additive manufacturing, injection molding and Industry 4.0 technologies.