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Page 34 of 67 33 p Ohio Carbon Blank Inc. featured its new GraphimatorEZ which reduces graphite purchasing bottlenecks that result from incorrect data entry in the ordering of graphite blanks. The three-step automation process includes extracting the CAD data (x,y,z) from molds and dies as an Excel file, import- ing an Excel file of CAD data into the GraphimatorEZ for instant pricing and exporting pricing data for online ordering or purchase-order completion. p Grob Systems Inc. put a spotlight on milling technology with its G350 five-axis universal machining center, which offers a compact design and plenty of rigidity. Users can perform overhead machining and machining in any angle. Three linear and two rotary axes enable five-sided machining as well as five-axis simultaneous interpolation. p Millutensil SRL built its BV26E-R spotting press for user safety and comfort. For validating and handling molds up to 980 millimeters by 750 millimeters in size, this spotting press occupies a small footprint. The press is equipped with linear scales, so the company says that mold builders can relax knowing that their molds are being accurately validated. "It's always good to show your face at Amerimold. Not only is it an affordable venue for meeting new prospective customers, but it is also great for catching up with industry peers." —Francine Petrucci, president, BA Die Mold

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