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7/25/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: OEM Press Systems

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OEM Press Systems (Fullerton, CA, US), a manufacturer of hydraulic presses, is featuring its robotic mold-handling systems, designed to reduce process cycle time and eliminate the lifting of molds by an operator.

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OEM Press Systems (Fullerton, CA, US), a manufacturer of hydraulic presses, is featuring its robotic mold-handling systems, designed to reduce process cycle time and eliminate the lifting of molds by an operator. In the system being featured, multiple presses are serviced by a single robot mounted on a 40-ft rail system. The scope of travel can be extended to accommodate any number of presses, allowing for expansion. Booth D61.

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