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2/1/2007

Long-Stroke Presses For Deep-Draw Parts

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New long-stroke horizontal trim presses from Brown Machine LLC, Beaverton, Mich., are designed with extra stroke length to pre-punch and trim deep-draw containers in a progressive-trim application.

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New long-stroke horizontal trim presses from Brown Machine LLC, Beaverton, Mich., are designed with extra stroke length to pre-punch and trim deep-draw containers in a progressive-trim application. The LP model can pre-punch and trim containers up to 8 in. deep while the LDP model can pre-punch and trim up to 12 in. deep. The increased stroke coupled with precise linear-guide platens eliminates the need for an intermediate trim press to pre-punch. These models are available for sheet widths from 33 to 68 in. Tel: (989) 435-7741 • www.brown-machine.com

Brown Machine LLC
330 North Ross St. Beaverton, MI 48612-0434
Phone (989) 435-7741 Fax (989) 435-2821 

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