Magnetic workholding expands machining options for St. Louis mold shop

Jordan, John M.
December 1997
Modern Machine Shop;Dec97, Vol. 70 Issue 7, p134
Trade Publication
Focuses on Patterson Mold's use of magnetic workholding devices from Tecnomagnete of Morrisville, North Carolina for its machining operations. Advantages of magnetic workholding tools over conventional devices; Benefits of magnetic workholding devices to Patterson Mold's machine shop operations.


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