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"Vertigo" machinges

Jim,

If you made the vertical machine a dry forming one, there would be even less weight to contend with.  A problem that would have to be solved would be how to repulp virgin or recycled material.  In past iterations, I think it was found that hammermills used an excessive amount of energy.

Chuck Green

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