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New Advanced Composite Material Manufacturing Facility Opens in Singapore

25 June 2010

Advanced Material Concepts has opened a new advanced production facility to design and manufacture niche composite material products for automotive, aerospace and marine applications.

The company says that its new 5,500 sq. ft. manufacturing facility is equipped with the latest CNC 4-axis mould making milling machines, CNC lathes, 3D CNC routers, 3D digital scanning laser lab and state of the art 3D CAD/CAM computer design software, and that it can offer full turnkey application development right from concept through to design and prototype manufacture.





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