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8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: LMG

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LMG (De Pere, Wisconsin) is featuring its line of hydraulic presses for compression, transfer, vacuum and injection molding.

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LMG (De Pere, Wisconsin) is featuring its line of hydraulic presses for compression, transfer, vacuum and injection molding. LMG notes that it has worked with many customers to develop manufacturing cells that not only include the LMG press, but also include the integration of rotary tables, shuttle systems, material prep, automated loading of material and down-line equipment for off-loading of parts. LMG has provided equipment to end markets such as aerospace, medical, electronics, energy, agriculture and defense.

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