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12/18/2017

Kent Pultrusion ships machine to a North American pultruder

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Kent Pultrusion (Kent, Ohio), a division of Kent Automation, has successfully completed and shipped a ServoPul 1610 two stream pultrusion machine for a leading pultruder in North America producing composite wall panel structures utilizes green building technology.

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Kent Pultrusion (Kent, Ohio), a division of Kent Automation, has successfully completed and shipped a ServoPul 1610 two stream pultrusion machine for a leading pultruder in North America producing composite wall panel structures utilizes green building technology. The Kent Pultrusion design for pulling and clamping forces are provided from servo/ball screw combination that eliminates snap back. The system also included an independent dual lane sawing system that allows for individual cutting of parts to accommodate for part slippage.

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