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8/10/2018

Portable Multitasking Machine Accommodates Difficult-to-Move Parts

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IMTS 2018: Lagun Engineering’s MFP portable boring, milling, face-turning, drilling and tapping machine is designed to be assembled through several steel vertical plates with openings.

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Designed for on-site machining of parts that are difficult or expensive to move, Lagun Engineering’s MFP is a portable system assembled through several steel vertical plates with openings. Through these openings, the machine can perform boring, milling, face turning, drilling and tapping operations on stationary parts.

The machine is suitable for the military, shipbuilding, heavy construction and fabrication, power generation and turbine, and large vale manufacturing industries.

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