Sister firms create hybrid press

Bregar, Bill
February 1999
Plastics News;2/15/1999, Vol. 10 Issue 53, p28
Trade Publication
Describes the Ergotech Elexis hybrid press developed by Demag Ergotech GmbH and sister firm Van Dorn Demag Corp. Electronic and hydraulic features; Injection speed capabilities; Contact information.


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