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former

adjective antecedent, bygone, earlier, foregoing, late, past, preceding, preexistent, previous, prior, pristinus, quondam, retired, whilom
Associated concepts: former adjudication, former conviction, former jeopardy, former marriage, former trial, former will
See also: aforesaid, antecedent, back, before mentioned, deceased, defunct, last, late, outdated, outmoded, preceding, preliminary, previous, prior
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PM 9 has a single gap former, a 4-roll, cluster press with a shoe press for the third nip, single-tier drying, and a metering size press.
In addition, Brown Machine will show a new single-station Titan former designed for entry-level markets, as well as a new generation of PC/PLC controls for more sophisticated machines.
Germany's Adolf Illig GmbH plans to unveil a new automatic roll-fed pressure former.
The E76 former has a "smart drive" feature that increases cycle speed without decreasing forming time.
of Monza, Italy, will show off its new Intec 1050/3 in-line cup former with 1010 x 800 mm forming area and inline sheet coextrusion using three extruders.
Electric servo-driven indexing is just one of the new features on an updated Model 900-15 continuous pressure former from Zed Industries, Vandalia, Ohio.
Adolf Illig Maschinenbau GmbH of Germany (which has several distributors here) will show an RDKP 72d high-speed pressure former with a new electric servo-drive system.
Then in 1988 SFP was set up by two former Milacron employees who had developed the equipment.
introduced its first roll-fed thermoformer (previous formers are sheet-fed).
The six-man board consists of: three active officers, two former officers, and one head of an industrial marketing training firm.
ChipCenter's staff of technical editors now includes four former chief editors: Chief Editor Jack Shandle, former Chief Editor of Electronic Design; Executive Editor Murray Slovick, former Chief Editor of IEEE Spectrum; and Paul Schreier, former Chief Editor of Personal Engineering and Instrumentation News.
The board has 15 directors, eight of whom are present or former employees.