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A large number of machine makers leverage commercial off-the-shelf products to find time-efficient, low-effort solutions for the development of a human machine interface (HMI). For instance, in injection molding machines, a HMI is used to regulate temperature, pressure, and speed parameters of injection molding processes, as to enable such equipment to mass produce high-quality components.
Challenges of building a HMI for injection molding machines:
An injection molding machine integrates mechatronics subsystems that generate noises. It is important for the HMI to be equipped with electromagnetic resistance to faithfully receive and deliver touch commands to a machine controller.
The HMI mostly has to operate in hot environments due in part to the high temperatures involved in injection molding, ranging from 120°C to 320°C depending on the plastic materials used. Even though mold temperatures are relatively lower, they can reach up to 100°C.
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