BOY 35 E

BOY 35 E injection moulding machine - Utmost precision


Precision for demanding user


The BOY 35 E is a four-tie bar, fully hydraulic reciprocating-screw injection moulding machine with two-platen clamping unit. With its torsion-resistant clamping system and the high efficiency of the injection unit, the well-proven injection moulding machine is ideally suited for the production of precision parts within a narrow tolerance range.


With a required floor space under two square metres, the BOY 35 E is more than just the most compact machine of its type; the price/performance ratio, too, is unparalleled. With the indisputably lowest machine hour rates, the BOY 35 E is in no danger of having its top position threatened.


Two different-sized injection units allow individual adaptation of the machine performance, according to the task at hand.



  • Servo-motor pump drive
  • Four-tie bar, cantilevered two-platen clamping system
  • Utmost precision for very low tolerances
  • Ample space to install large moulds
  • Easy access, ideally suited to incorporate optional equipment
  • Maximum efficiency through favourable investment and operating costs
  • Only 1.91 sqm of floor space needed


Technical data

Euromap size: 
350-15 / 350-52 / 350-92

Clamping force:
350 kN/35,70 Mp/35,70 metric tons/39,4 US tons 

Max. daylight between platen:
500 mm

Distance between tie bars: 
280 x 254 mm

Max. shot volume: 
76,5 cm3 (theoretical)


Numerous plastics like thermoplastic, elastomer, silicone, PIM and hot melt can be processed with the fully hydraulic BOY injection moulding machines. BOY offers a wide range of models with clamping forces below 1.000 kN. BOY stands for maximum economy, best energy efficiency through low energy consumption and reliable quality - Made in Germany. The servo motor pump drive, the compact design and the cantilevered two platen locking system are features that mark these products at the top of the plastic processing industry. Since 1968, BOY has shipped more than 40.000 injection moulding machines worldwide.