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Increasing Tablet Production with Multi-Tip Tooling

Published: 01-Feb-2016 | Format: PDF file | Document type: White / Technical Paper

Multi-tip punches increase the number of tablets produced per turret rotation, which increases production rates of existing presses. Steve Osborn, product design manager at
tablet tooling manufacturer I Holland, spoke to Pharmaceutical Technology Europe about the key considerations for successful implementation of multi-tip tooling in tableting operations. To find out more please download our PDF

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