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9/13/2018

CAMX 2018 preview: Maxcess

Originally titled 'Rolls, idlers and sensors'
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Maxcess (Oklahoma City, OK, US) is representing, in Booth H59, an array of technologies from Fife, Tidland, MAGPOWR, Webex, Valley Roller, Menges Roller and Componex.

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Maxcess (Oklahoma City, OK, US) is representing, in Booth H59, an array of technologies from Fife, Tidland, MAGPOWR, Webex, Valley Roller, Menges Roller and Componex. Technologies and parts on display include:

  • Webex and Menges Roller: Heat transfer, vacuum and idler rolls
  • Valley Roller: Rubber compounds
  • Componex: WINertia dead shaft idlers
  • Fife: Sensor technology
  • Tidland: Control Series Electronic Knifeholder
  • MAGPOWR: DLCA-NET tension amplifier with networking capabilities

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