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8/28/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: McClean Anderson

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McClean Anderson (Schofield, Wis., USA) will exhibit its WSH-Super Hornet filament winding machine.

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McClean Anderson (Schofield, Wis., USA) will exhibit its WSH-Super Hornet filament winding machine. Booth visitors will have an opportunity to test-run the machine, which features McClean Anderson's Flexwind control and the newest software, SimWind. In addition to the WSH-Super Hornet filament winding machine, the company's four-spool Electronic Tensioning System will also be featured to show a complete system.

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