The REP company has been selling injection molding machines since 1948. Very early on, REP understood the importance of polymers and elastomers to industry and decided to specialize in the rubber injection technology.
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"A high-technology range of vertical and horizontal rubber injection molding machines"
"Using new ideas to achieve sustainable productivity"
Founded in 1907 by Robert Esnautlt Pelterie, an aviation pioneer and a major theorist in the field of astronautics, the initials REP were first used as a plane logogram until the company turned to the metal industry.
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REP was founded by Robert Esnault Pelterie (R.E.P.), an aviation pioneer and a major theorist in the field of astronautics, in 1907.
1961Patented V head no. 1961 070/1 274 579.
Thanks to this design of the injection unit with separate injection and plasticization functions, REP develops technology tailored to rubber injection.
Injection unit with separate plasticization and injection functions and water regulation. Vertical press with a mechanically welded toggle lock closure operated by a 2-stroke hydraulic mechanism. Manual operation via actuated lever.
Switch cabinet with PLC and adjustment of strokes, speeds and pressures by potentiometers.
Centralized, computerized, self-correcting management of the injection process.
Closed-loop regulation of speeds, pressures and temperatures.
1986 Repnet® (Option)
Industrial computerised network for management of REP rubber injection press line:
C.I.M. Computer Integrated Manufactory and S.P.C. Statistical Process Control
1988 Curetrac® (Option)
A software package used on a microcomputer for calculating the theoretical cure time of a rubber part and on a REP press for automatically correcting the effective cure time
2002 Isothermould : Thermal distribution of the molds.
Distributed power rods. A 20% reduction of the cure time and a 40% reduction in the dispersion of the molded parts’ properties.
Time saving for change in production and dry cycle times: new records. The G9 range is controlled via a touchscreen with extremely comprehensive features.
V79: a machine with excellent ergonomics: no pit needed for the press, no platform needed for the operator.
Telediagnosis® remote assistance entirely controlled by the customer.
Up to 50% cure time reduction and higher quality parts. This device consists of two independent modules: TempInverter® and FillBalancer®.
Unique multistation design for maximum productivy, particularly suitable for rubber metal parts
A double wink to its new ergonomic design and its embedded intelligent solutions, the G10 generation is branded "Infinitely Smart".
Multistation machine with latest-generation PLC. Available in two clamping forces (160T or 250T)
It's amazing what you can do with a REP injection press!
Click on the images below to see examples of parts in areas as diverse as the household equipment sector or the military industry, the leisure industry or the agriculture: chicken-plucker, washing machine window gasket, masks, overboots, etc