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Posted:  17 Feb 2015 21:37
Good afternoon.  Does anyone on the forum have direct hands-on experience with all-electric JSW brand machines?  Are they high quality, reliable machines?  We've recently been purchasing Nissei or Niigata when replacing machines.  How do they stack up?

I appreciate any feedback either way.

Thanks,
Chris
Posted:  17 Feb 2015 23:26
JSW's are good machines both hydraulic and electric not to much bad I can say about them...easy to work with and work horses.

Thanks,
Bradley
Posted:  20 Feb 2015 16:23
Chris, please contact Mike Walter of MET Plastics.  He has an entire production floor of JSW Machines.  I actually just toured his operation a couple of months ago; I think he really likes the presses.

MET Plastics, Inc.
Mike Walter (mwalter(at)metplastics.com
Phone:  847-228-5070 Ext. 212
701 Lee Street | Elk Grove Village, IL 60007, USA
www.metplastics.com


Troy Nix
Posted:  20 Feb 2015 16:28
Thanks, fellas.
Posted:  20 Feb 2015 16:29
Chris, I just sent an email to Mike so he knows you might be calling him. Have a great day!

Troy Nix
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