3/6/2015

Automated Molding Cells Designed for Flexibility

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Extreme Tool and Engineering will showcase “unbundling” of the automation development process, offering flexible automated systems to meet molder and OEM needs.

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Extreme Tool and Engineering will showcase “unbundling” of the automation development process, offering flexible automated systems to meet molder and OEM needs. The company has designed, manufactured, validated and implemented several automated five-axis assembly and molding cells that it says can be redesigned and redirected more readily for other applications once a program goes “end of life.” 

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