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November 30, -0001

Machine manufacturer Catbridge, Parsipanny, NJ, offers its CBM-1 Advanced Controls System that integrates the full range of machine controls into a single networking package.        The unit operates through a high speed Ethernet connection and provides many features that previously required separated arrays of controls.

Based on the IEC 1131 platform, the CBM-1 Advanced Controls System can store and retrieve recipes, memorize project functions, supply in-depth remote support, maintain precise tension control and provide automatic knife positioning. Telephone:  973-808-0029; Fax: 973-808-0076; Web: www.­catbridgemachinery.com
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