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January 26, 2015

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LK Systems showcases eXcel 175-ton toggle machine

LK Systems Inc., a global manufacturer of injection molding machinery, announced that the company will showcase its eXcel 175-ton toggle machine at NPE2015, booth S-16188. The eXcel 175-ton will be running a 64-cavity 200UL medical Pipette mold provided by Cavaform International LLC, St. Petersburg, Florida.

 According to Michael Smith, vice president marketing and sales for LK Systems, the introduction of LK’s versatile eXcel machine provides high quality, affordable servo injection molding machines offered in sizes ranging from 50 US tons to 615 US tons. Smith made the decision to showcase the eXcel at NPE to provide the latest in options for molders.

Jim Barrett, vice president of business development for Cavaform, states: “Combined with Cavaform’s precise mold engineering and superior workmanship, the combination will demonstrate customer value and output per capital with high uptime reliability.”

Cavaform International has more than 50 years of valuable experience building complete molds and components for the demanding pipette and medical disposable market. Cavaform specializes in high-cavitation, fast cycle, robust tools that are in production worldwide.

LK Systems Inc.’s U.S.-based sales and service headquarters is in Ladera Ranch, CA. With 130,000 sq-ft of office and warehouse space, LK is equipped to supply spare parts on immediate notice, and deliver service by LK’s staff of two factory trained service technicians in a timely manner. LK System’s parent company, LK Technology Holding Ltd., supplies the industry with more than 3,500 machines each year and has a global sales network that reaches over 30 countries.

“At LK, we recognize value, performance and reliability are essential for improving your costs and earnings,” Smith said. “We are committed to providing the latest technology options with every machine we build and we will strive to meet your strictest performance requirements and safety standards.”

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