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New machine promises jobs in Kingston

Expansion of a business in a recession may seem counterintuitive, but Armor Dynamics of Kingston said that doubling its size to accommodate a state-of-the-art plastic armor production machine will not only benefit the company and the region, but also the service men and women serving in uniform around the world.

The company’s confidence stems from the speed of production for its protective product that will be possible using a new machine now being built in California that will increase the rate of production of pressed plastic composite ballistic panels four feet wide. The new “pultrusion” method will create the panels up to 20 times faster than traditional pressed plastic method, said Robert M. Miraldi, communications director for Armor Dynamics Inc.

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