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October 1999
Medical Design Technology;Oct99, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p18
Trade Publication
Announces the availability of high technology medical equipment and supplies manufactured in the United States. Includes Ranfac Corp.'s precision tubular instruments; In-line spiral tubing and pipe extrusion heads from GENCA; Standard Insert molded-in threaded inserts from Penn Engineering & Manufacturing Corp.


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