August 2004
Modern Machine Shop;Aug2004, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p292
Trade Publication
Presents several special purpose metal cutting equipment used in the manufacturing industries. Multistar CX-24 rotary transfer machine from Mikron Corp.; Pro-Point 2331 marking systems from Matthews International Corp.; Epic R/T rotary transfer machine from Hydromat Inc.


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