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1/1/2005

Compression molding presses

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Pacific Press Technologies (Mt. Carmel, Ill.) has introduced its new Pacific Compression Presses, compression molding presses for composites, rubber and plastics. Aboard each press is an advanced, high-speed programmable logic controller (PLC) and multifunction software designed to provide users with real-time

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Pacific Press Technologies (Mt. Carmel, Ill.) has introduced its new Pacific Compression Presses, compression molding presses for composites, rubber and plastics. Aboard each press is an advanced, high-speed programmable logic controller (PLC) and multifunction software designed to provide users with real-time controls, alarms and data logging. The line includes three press types configured specifically for composites.

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