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2/1/2004

Compression molding press

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Wabash MPI's (Wabash, Ind., U.S.A.) new Model PS3H-8-CLX benchtop compression molding press features precision controlled 50-lb to 6,000-lb clamp force via a proportional pneumatic pressure control system that requires only a 100-psi compressed air source. The press comes with or without vacuum chamber and integral

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Wabash MPI's (Wabash, Ind., U.S.A.) new Model PS3H-8-CLX benchtop compression molding press features precision controlled 50-lb to 6,000-lb clamp force via a proportional pneumatic pressure control system that requires only a 100-psi compressed air source. The press comes with or without vacuum chamber and integral vacuum pump, and electrically heated, watercooled platens ranging from 200 mm/8 inches to 450 mm/18 inches square.

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