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K 2004 wrap-up.

If you buy a new machine in the next three years, there's a good chance it was exhibited at the K 2004 fair in Dusseldorf, Germany. The largest plastics show on earth contained 2900 exhibits from 53 countries, spread over 18 halls. PLASTICS TECHNOLOGY editors explored all those halls to turn up the news relevant to North American processors--in addition to what we reported in our show preview in September. And look for more K news next month in materials.
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Publication:Plastics Technology
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Date:Jan 1, 2005
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