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New PNP Series Pneumatic Presses from Wabash/Carver

Wabash MPI and Carver, Inc. have announced a new line of pneumatic presses for a wide variety of applications. The PNP Series. Standard models in .5-, 2- and 5-ton capacities and feature table-top, four-post construction. Maximum operating temperature is 500F. Other standard features include low-friction seals and bearings, infinite-life framework, interchangeable cylinders along with 90 […]

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Wabash and Carver Exhibiting at CAMX

Wabash MPI and Carver, Inc. will be featuring their standard and custom presses in Booth No. U55 at CamX 2019, The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo in Anaheim, CA from October 24th -26th. Held at the Anaheim Convention Center, Wabash and Carver will highlight their composite and advanced materials molding presses for manufacturing and laboratory […]

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Wabash and Carver at International Elastomer Conference

Wabash MPI and Carver, Inc., premier manufacturers of molding presses, are exhibiting at the 2019 International Elastomer Conference in Booth No. 624, October 8th – 10th at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland, OH. A new PNP Series pneumatic press will be on display along with another press molding rubber parts in conjunction with Desenco […]

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Using Presses in Manufacturing and the Laboratory

Presses are found everywhere in both laboratory and manufacturing environments. They are utilized in various processes, such as transfer molding, vacuum press, and compression molding applications. This article describes the range of applications of presses in manufacturing and research, and looks at some of the various industries in which they are employed. Frequently known as […]

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Wabash and Carver Exhibiting at MD&M West 2020

Visit Wabash MPI and Carver, Inc. in Booth No. 2362 during MD&M West 2020, North America’s largest annual medtech event, held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA from February 11-13, 2020. Wabash MPI presses are used in a variety of medical and general molding applications using elastomers, composite, gum silicone, thermoset and other […]

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Carver Exhibiting at Pittcon 2020

Carver, Inc. will be featuring its new PNP Series Pneumatic Press at Pittcon 2020 in Booth No. 1526 from March 3 – 5 at McMormick Place in Chicago, IL. The PNP Series pneumatic presses feature table-top, four-post construction and a maximum operating temperature of 500F. Models are available with .5, 2 or 5 tons of […]

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JEC World 2020 for Wabash and Carver

Wabash MPI and Carver, Inc. will highlight their full line of hydraulic and pneumatic presses for the composites industry in the USA pavilion at JEC World, the leading international composites show. Held from March 3-5, 2020 in Paris, France, Booth R51a. Wabash and Carver will feature their full line of composite presses with capacities from […]

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Using Presses for Pelletizing and other Laboratory Applications

Ceramic powder can be heated and processed into a large variety of forms, but for the standard shape for testing of these materials is the disc or pellet. This shape is preferred for a number of reasons, the principle one being that by making it cylindrical there are only two edges to act as stress […]

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How Mainstay Manufacturing Equipment Made Its Way Into The Medical Lab

Machine presses are commonplace in nearly every niche of manufacturing. Techniques associated with presses are wide-ranging and vary almost as much as their applications. But they all share one thing in common: presses enable the manufacturing of components via the application of pressure.

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Wabash Announces Beth Gillespie Retirement

Federal-Mogul Corporation Athens needed a press able to remove the company’s shaft seal parts after they were pressed. Failing to find a company offering such a press, Federal-Mogul turned to Wabash MPI for help in designing such a machine. The facility in Athens, AL already utilizes several Wabash presses.