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6/24/2016

On Display at Amerimold 2016

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Highlights include modular workholding, stable cutting tools, new machine tool offerings and non-contact measurement.

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Presented by Gardner Business Media, this year's edition of the mold manufacturing event attracted nearly 3,000 people and nearly 200 exhibitors to the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan June 15-16. Here's a look at some of the offerings on display:  

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