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10/4/2017

Three-Axis Bed Mill Designed for Small Lot Work

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Fabtech 2017: Southwestern Industries and Trak Machine Tools will showcase the DPMSX3P three-axis bed mill for small lot work, featuring Trak’s ProtoTrak CNC technology.

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Southwestern Industries and Trak Machine Tools will showcase the DPMSX3P three-axis bed mill for small lot work, featuring Trak’s ProtoTrak CNC technology.

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