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Moulder admitted assaulting flatmate Byron Taylor, causing him actual bodily harm on November 22 last year, as well as stealing his car and two mobile phones.
In taking the car, Moulder was driving without a licence or insurance, and then he committed fraud by filling the vehicle at a Tesco service station, saying he did not have any money and completing a form in Mr Taylor's name the following day.
"The secret to preparing better moulder blanks is to measure and consider the boards dimensional data more precisely.
Sidel is the world record holder for the largest installed base of blow moulders, accounting for more than one out of every two bottles blown.
It will also incorporate two new Multitex4 dough moulders.
Arguably the most important indicator of moulder performance is the tiny, scalloped moulder marks left on a freshly moulded piece of wood.
A second 5.5kW ACS 600 controls the speed of the moulder's rollers to match the conveyor speed.
"When I first started out as a moulder operator, I had little knowledge of making knives in the tool room," said Bob Muraida, foreman with Star Moulding of Bedford, Ill., a maker of custom mouldings.
Weinig's first big break in the United States came when it sold a moulder to Henredon, one of the country's premier residential furniture manufacturers.
Companies interested in a new moulder purchase must decide if they want to go with a non-CNC or CNC controlled moulder.
Stefani Group America offers the Gabbiani-GDG GS 170 moulder with digital numeric control.
Jon Morris, Michael Weinig Inc., said that pre-planning can greatly reduce moulder downtime.