Heavy Duty Power Press (HDPP) manufacturer says the machines are safe to use

The HDPP (Heavy Duty PowerPress) machines have been hailed as a revolution in the printing industry by many, including the manufacturer who has developed them.

But the manufacturer says it has found problems with the machines.

Mr Andrew Taylor, CEO of the company, said that the machines were “inconvenient and cumbersome” and the machine could be damaged.

“We’re seeing reports of damage to the machine, and some of these machines are not operating at all,” he said.

“So the issue is, why do they need to be so expensive and so complicated?”

Mr Taylor said the machines used a combination of an electric drill and a “proprietary screw press”.

“So they’re very, very simple machines that are very, much more cumbersome than what they’re actually meant to be used for,” he added.

“The only difference is that you can make the screw press with a heavy duty drill press and the electric drill press.”

You’re using that extra bit of technology to make sure the screws are straight, so the whole machine is perfectly straight.

“Mr Taylor says the problem is, that the company has found some problems with some of the machines, and the company needs to work with the industry to get the machines fixed.”

They’ve got to be fixed,” he told news.com.au.”

It’s not easy to fix, it’s very, extremely difficult to fix.

“Mr Taylors claims the machines have helped the company reduce costs.”

In terms of cost savings, that’s really, really great,” he laughed.”

I think it’s really a win-win for the company and for our customers.

“Mr Teasdale says he has been working with the Australian Printing Industry Association (APIA) to ensure the machines aren’t damaged and will be repaired as soon as possible.”

Our first priority is to get them out and out of the building, to get as much information out as possible, and get the customers back to work,” he explained.”

That’s why we’ve been very involved in the APIA and have got a really good relationship with them.

“Mr Kelly said the company had been working closely with APIA to address concerns.”

When we’re talking about the machines and we talk about our safety, we want the people who are going to use the machines to be absolutely safe, and we want to make that a very clear requirement, and a really clear requirement that all of our machines have to have that standard, and it’s a very, really important standard, Mr Kelly said.

Mr Taylor agrees.

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We’ll be talking with APIAS in the coming weeks.”

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