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7/25/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: Pathfinder Cutting Techology

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Pathfinder Cutting Technology (San Pedro, CA, US) has invested heavily in research and development of composite handling systems and is demonstrating the latest release of its EasyFeeder system for the handling of fabric reinforcements in cutting table applications.

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Pathfinder ACT Pty. Ltd/DC Services (San Pedro, CA, US) has invested heavily in research and development of composite handling systems and is demonstrating the latest release of its EasyFeeder system for the handling of fabric reinforcements in cutting table applications. The EasyFeeder system, says the company, enables consistent and precise control of material delivered to the cutting tabble. Pathfinder also is demonstrating single- and multi-ply cutting solutions, and showcasing the latest release of PathWorks, its intuitive and operator-friendly CAD system. Booth C74.

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