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Wausau Coated & Rockwell Build Speedy Flexible Coating Machines

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Rob Spiegel
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Rob Spiegel   3/23/2014 1:28:28 PM
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Good questions TJ. I'll look into it.

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taimoortariq   3/23/2014 1:15:54 AM
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Thanks for the article Rob. The machine sounds very intersting, It would be actually great to see that machine in action. I hope they do release a video update on that machine.

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TJ McDermott   3/22/2014 3:08:39 PM
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Rob, your article states Rockwell designed and programmed the system for Wausau Coated.  Do you know who actually BUILT the control panels?  Did Rockwell do the entire job or did they job the panel builds out?

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