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    Here are some links I saved during my search to replace some unidentified covers on my machines.

    Link apron covers | TSUBAKI KABELSCHLEPP
    Aprons & Roll Ups - Flexible Machine Covers | Hennig Inc.
    Industrial Roller Blinds by Machine Covers - armoured aprons
    Range of Products: EITEC
    Way Wipers div of Ameropean way wipers and way wiper parts
    Standard Chip Deflectors - Troy Michigan - Bermar Associates
    Protective Covers & Equipment Guarding - Dynatect
    Flexible Armoured Aprons | Bellows | Machine Guarding | Machine Guards | Way Covers | Mach Guard

    Dynatect absorbed a few other companies, including A&A and Gortite.

    It's amazing what can be bought if you know where to go. it's also amazing what some of this costs. Having said that, I've repaired and rebuilt a couple guards and pieces of guards and it's amazing what it can take to make even a lightly damaged guard work properly again, and how complex making one fit properly can be with all the little fiddly pieces underneath. I think this is an area where lots of experience pays off in making it work.

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    Another source courtesy of vmipacman -

    METAL IN MOTION - Way Cover Repair Specialist

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    I recently bought part of a roll of the black accordian pleated stuff from MMCarr. Good, effective dovetail protection, not cheap.

    -Marty-

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    We have used Dynatect/A&A in New Berlin, Wisconsin. They do good work.


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