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Reducing papermachine weight by 1/2 by 2025

For those interested in freely providing and discussing ideas to reduce the weight of installed papermachines (any grade) by 50% by 2025.

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Mark Schneider is now a member of Light Green Machine (R) Institute
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"Substantial electrical energy savings and maintenance cost savings http://nipimpressions.com/webform.php?ViewForm=61"
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13 Jan 16: Has Epson truly built the Light Green Machine?

...at least for office paper.  Unless you read the Thompson Private Letter or have seen articles elsewhere, you may have missed Epson's announcement about "PaperLab." Specifications state this machine 2.6 x 1.2 x 1.8 meters and produces A4 paper at the rate of 14 sheets…See More
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Todd M. Hutchinson is now a member of Light Green Machine (R) Institute
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6 Jan 16: The Light Green Machine Institute is growing up

A year ago, we established the Light Green Machine Institute as a stand-alone, non-profit organization domiciled in Delaware.  In November, the Internal Revenue Service accepted LGMI as a 501c3 nonprofit for educational purposes.Now, we have chosen a Board of Directors.For more, click here.See More
Jan 6
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"Here is our featured White Paper for the month. http://nipimpressions.com/webform.php?ViewForm=54"
Jan 5
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30 Dec 15: A coming unrealized benefit of Drones

One of the things I have noticed coming out the development of RPAs is this: all sorts of suppliers of sensors are being driven to make these smaller, lighter and more robust for hostile conditions. For more, click here...See More
Dec 30, 2015
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LGMI Weekly 23 Dec 15: Two Phase Pumps?

This is a bit whimsical, but I thought you might enjoy it here in the holiday season.  Well over three hundred people faithfully open this newsletter each week, and when the subject becomes a bit far-fetched (like this one), shall we say, even more do so. Thus, a treat for all you thinking engineers out there. More more, click here!!!!!See More
Dec 23, 2015
David C. Liesch is now a member of Light Green Machine (R) Institute
Dec 18, 2015
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16 Dec 15: Planning for the 7th Annual LGMI Conference

Please take a couple of minutes to take our preliminary survey. You will find it here.See More
Dec 16, 2015
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Dec 11, 2015
Christopher Dietel is now a member of Light Green Machine (R) Institute
Dec 11, 2015
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9 Dec 15: CPVC Piping Making Inroads

If you have been following the Light Green Machine Institute for years, you know a long time ago we started pushing PVC and CPVC piping.  For more, click here.See More
Dec 9, 2015

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