5/16/2018

Trunnion Lifter Slides Cut Build Times and Cost

Originally titled 'Trunnion Lifter Slides Cut Build Times and Cost'
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Lifter slides come in inch and metric and are available with or without self-lubricating graphite. 

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Mold and die component manufacturer SelfLube will showcase its trunnion lifter slides at Amerimold 2018. They come in inch and metric and are available with or without self-lubricating graphite. The company says these slides are ideal for mold builders because they reduce build time and cost since they are finished and ready for installation in the tool. The company also offers bushings, wear strips, parting line locks, and gib assemblies, among other products from its 10,000 standard part numbers.

SelfLube, which sells directly, offers a range of components, including bushings, wear strips, parting line locks, gib assemblies, and more. The company can customize its standard offerings to accommodate any size or special feature a customer might require.

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