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A parts list for Mori Seiki lathes is available from the download center on the DMG Mori website. It can be accessed from the product page or from the link on the right side of the homepage. More »

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Mini lathes are tools used for shaping plastic, wood and other materials. They come in three different sizes: a 7 by 10-inch model, a 7 by 12 model and a 7 by 14 model. Fundamentally, metal lathes are used for shaping ha... More »

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A list of American manufacturers can be found at MadeInUSAChallenge.com and AmericansWorking.com. An additional curated list of the 500 largest American manufacturers and the products they make can be found at IndustryWe... More »

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Element Electronics, an American-owned company, outsources some of its parts to other countries but assembles the televisions in the United states and is committed to bringing more of its manufacturing process back into ... More »

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Replacement parts and accessories for its lines of swimming pools, spas and inflatable beds are some of the parts that Intex sells. The company is the one of the world's largest producers of swimming pools. Intex also pr... More »

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Some products made out of Styrofoam include coolers, packing peanuts, insulation, mannequin parts and arts and craft products. It is 98% air, lightweight and buoyant. In 1942, the U.S. Coast Guard adopted Styrofoam for u... More »

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Some manufacturers of plastic parts include the Rodon Group, Plastic Parts Inc., Envision Plastics and Design, and Protolabs. The Rodon Group, Plastic Parts Inc. and Protolabs use molding techniques to build their parts,... More »

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