News Article | June 28, 2017
Custom Automation & Machinery, Inc. (CAM-Engineers), a leader in custom automation and process equipment today announced a strategic partnership with LMG Presses, a division of Trinks, Inc. (LMG). The beneficial partnership will allow both companies to tap into new markets and provide their clients globally with economical, innovative engineering solutions for the design and production of environmentally responsible manufactured products. The partnership capitalizes on the synergy of the companies’ unique strengths to develop and offer new products to a wider market. CAM-Engineers specializes in providing ingenuitive solutions to highly complex industrial automation problems. In addition to the company’s engineering services and custom automation design, CAM-Engineers offers several standard products that dovetail into LMG’s existing product line of hydraulic presses. CAM-Engineers’ standard products include the SEP-10T Servo Electric Powder Press, liquid silicone rubber pumps, and flexible automated smart-wedge indexing tables. LMG specializes in hydraulic presses for molding materials such as phenolic, rubber, BMC/SMC, wood flour and carbon filled epoxy for a variety of industries such as medical, aerospace, automotive and energy, to name a few. LMG designs and builds both standard and custom presses, ranging from 5 to 3500 tons, to meet the needs of your application. LMG offers our customers a competitive advantage of working with a company that has vast experience and application knowledge that spans over many products and these industries. By working with LMG, you know you will have a competitive advantage with the most profitable manufacturing solution. “We couldn’t be more pleased to finalize this strategic partnership with the great folks at LMG,” said Arthur M. Rabert, founder and president of Custom Automation and Machinery. “Our two companies have complementary core competencies, and which will allow us both to better serve our customers.” “This partnership gives us the ability to solve the automation needs for our customers to grow their capabilities,” says Adrian Drewitz, sales manager at LMG Presses. The partnership comes after the recent introduction of a new product from CAM-Engineers, the servo-driven electric powder compacting press SEP-10T for molding Teflon, ceramic, plastic and metal components. The SEP-10T is designed to benefit all industries which mold components with powder volumes of up to 5 cubic inches, including the automotive, sealing technologies (gaskets), medical devices, pharmaceutical, and oil & gas industries. Founded in 2008, Custom Automation & Machinery (CAM) specializes in industrial automation projects with a special emphasis on controls engineering. Standard products include servo electric powder presses, liquid silicone rubber pumps, a flexible automated smart-wedge indexing table, turntables for injection mold machinery, hydraulic pressure test pulsing equipment, and coating and dipping process equipment. Custom products include fully automated and turnkey process manufacturing and assembly systems, lean workcells and test stands. CAM offers 24/7 field service and support, including on-site programming and troubleshooting for programmable logic controllers (PLCs), human machine interfaces (HMIs) and vision systems. For more information, visit http://www.cam-engineers.com. About LMG, a Division of Trinks, Inc. LMG was founded in 1935, and is the technological leader in the design and manufacture of equipment for rubber and plastic molding applications. The company produces hydraulic presses to include options such as rotary and shuttle tables, vacuum, multi-opening, easy-to-use controls integration, and heated/cooled platens. LMG can also design and provide a complete production cell with a material feed system, press, robot, plasticators, preformers and material off-load equipment to provide a profitable manufacturing solution. Visit us today, http://www.lmgpresses.com.
Hubacek J.A.,Lmg Pr Inc. |
Hubacek J.A.,Center for Cardiovascular Research |
Hubacek J.A.,University of South Bohemia |
Kuthanova L.,Lmg Pr Inc. |
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Folia Biologica | Year: 2010
Heritability studies have estimated the genetically attributable part of body mass index variance to be in the range of 30-70 %. Rs7566650 (G>C) single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) near the promoter of the INSIG2 gene has been identified as associated with body mass index. The gene product of INSIG2 is involved in regulation of fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis. In order to replicate this association we have analysed 2,559 unrelated individuals of Slavonic Caucasian origin from the population-based Czech MONICA 3-year cohort. Body mass index, waist-hip ratio and plasma lipids (total-cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, triglycerides) were measured at two independent examinations within three years. We could not detect any association between the SNP rs7566605 and body mass index, waist-hip ratio or lipid parameters, both with or without adjusting for age and gender. Neither the body mass index change nor lipid changes were significantly affected by the INSIG2 gene variant. Our results indicated that this INSIG2 polymorphism has no significant effect on body mass index and plasma lipids in the Czech Slavonic population.
Hook M.,Lmg Pr Inc.
IET Seminar Digest | Year: 2015
This article consists of a collection of slides from the author's conference presentation. Some of the specific areas/topics discussed include: changing workplace requirements; analogue to digital; SELV/IP convergence; intelligent ready building market drivers; building intelligence; monitoring occupancy behaviour & demand; occupancy tracking; space & resource utilisation; enabling new ways of working; location based services; Bluetooth architecture; inverted BLE network architecture; intelligent space scheduling; traditional workspace infrastructure; WoW/SELV infrastructure; optimising TCO & productivity; consumer WaaS model; and smart outcomes.
Lmg Pr Inc. | Date: 2015-10-13
Clothing, namely, shirts, t-shirts, skirts, dresses, trousers, coasts, jackets, tops, blouses, sweaters, cardigans, vests, jeans, sashes, ties, shawls, socks, lingerie, swimwear, pareos, beach cover-ups, nightwear, belts for clothing, gloves, scarves, neckties, collars, detachable collars, bandanas, mufflers, boas, neck bands; headwear, headbands, hosiery, berets, bonnets, skull caps, hoods, hatbands, hat liners, caps, hats, ear muffs, top hats, ascots, turbans, visors, veils, half veils; footwear. Laces and embroideries, ribbons and braids, buttons, clasps for clothing, clothing hooks, sewing pins, needles; artificial flowers; habersashery, except yarns, namely, appliques, beads other than for making jewelry; lace trimmings; wigs; fastenings for clothing, namely, buttons, stud buttons, snap hooks; hair ornaments, hair bands, ornamental novelty badges, hair grips, hair slides, hair pins, hair curlers other than hand implements, hat ornaments not of precious metal; false hair, false moustaches; hair nets, hair extensions, fringes; artificial garlands; frills for attachment to clothing; hair bows, feathers for ornamentation; pompoms; edgings for clothing. Retail store services featuring fashion goods, clothing, headwear and accessories for the hair; online retail store services featuring fashion goods, clothing, headwear and accessories for the hair.
Lmg Pr Inc. | Date: 2014-08-19
Clothing, footwear, headgear; shirts; leather or imitation leather clothing; belts for clothing; furs (clothing; gloves) (clothing; scarves; neckties; collars, detachable collars, bandanas, mufflers); boas necklets clothing, headbands; hosiery, berets, bonnets, skull caps, hoods (clothing, hat frames, caps, shawls, hats) (paper) (clothing, headwear, headgear for wear, headgear, ear muffs clothing, top hats, ascots, turbans, visors) (headwear, veils) (clothing, half veils). Laces and embroideries, ribbons and braids, buttons, clasps and hooks (clips), pins and needles; artificial flowers; haberdashery, except yarns; lace trimmings; wigs; fastenings or clasps for clothing; hair ornaments, hair bands, ornamental novelty badges (buttons), hair grips slides, hair pins, hair curlers hat ornaments, not of precious metal; false hair, false moustaches; hair nets, tresses of hair, fringes; artificial garlands, badges for wear. Not of precious metal; frills; bows for the hair, feathers for clothing accessories; top-knots (pompoms); beads other than for making jewelry; edgings for clothing; hair nets. Services provided in the context of retailing of fashion goods, clothing, headgear and accessories for the hair.
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