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7/24/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: Izumi International

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Izumi International Inc. (Greenville, SC, US) is emphasizing its full line of winders, creels, warp and weft feeding, and tensioning devices for carbon fiber and other high-performance fibers.

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Izumi International Inc. (Greenville, SC, US) is emphasizing its full line of winders, creels, warp and weft feeding, and tensioning devices for carbon fiber and other high-performance fibers. Izumi is also featuring information on its newest partnerships are with Musashi, makers of precision fluid dispensers, and Moltec, which provides wire and cable protection with patented Grip Lock technology. Booth P83.

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