LA Ice Machine Has Emerged as the Top Ice Machine Rental Service Thanks to Their Affordable Online Services

The ice machine rental service is a customer favorite, with rental plans starting as low as $134.99* per month

Los Angeles, USA, 26th April 2023, ZEX PR WIRE,  In a world where the internet rules, LA Ice Machine has emerged as a one-of-a-kind online service. The ice machine rental service provider is one of the industry leaders in the rental ice machine industry, thanks to its hassle-free and convenient online rental services.

There will be around 5.16 million internet users across the globe in 2023, according to reports. As people become increasingly dependent on the internet for all their problems, LA Ice Machine has gained a loyal customer base since it started its operations over 44 years ago. They are devoted to helping the corporate community in Los Angeles at the most affordable rates with their ice maker issues.

They have emerged as a top supplier of energy-efficient, top-quality, and reasonable ice makers to numerous businesses across Southern California. The rental subscription plan for ice machines offered by the company includes a water filter, an ice dispenser rental, and biannual preventive maintenance.

Talking about their online rental services for ice machines, a senior business representative said, “We help big and small business fulfill their ice machine needs in the most convenient and hassle-free way. Now you don’t need to look for ice machines from shop to shop. All you need to do is browse our ice machines online and choose the one that suits your needs best. You can even contact our technicians for guidance, as we are here to help you every step of the way.”

LA Ice Machine offers its facilities to schools, hospitals, restaurants, offices, and other businesses. They provide reliable customer support, offering services around the clock. They ensure to eliminate hidden prices, and all the features are incorporated in the rental package starting at as little as $134.99* each month.

Readers interested in their ice machine rental services can talk to them via the details mentioned below.


LA Ice Machine offers dependable rental services to businesses with over four decades of industry experience. It provides ice dispensers, ice makers, and ice machines on rent to several businesses like restaurants, hospitals, schools, and more. The company is based in the West Hills area and presents services across various parts of Southern California.

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Precision Machine & Manufacturing (PMM) Announces Expansion Into Mexico

 Precision Machine & Manufacturing, Inc. (PMM) has announced a formal partnership with VYSISA Grupo as the exclusive distributor for the sales and service of all new Rotary Feeders, Rotary Valves and replacement parts in Mexico, Panama, and Jamaica.

About VYSISA Group- Privately held VYSISA Group brings more than 30-years of experience providing bulk handling solutions into industrial manufacturing industries throughout Latin America. VYSISA’s focus is reducing unscheduled downtime and maintenance costs by providing the highest quality products and service in the industry. In addition, VYSISA has a network of service centers to provide immediate support and availability of service parts.

“The Mexican market has been on our radar for many years. However, it has taken a considerable amount of time to find a partner within this market that aligns with our values and desire to solve the most difficult material handling challenges,” says Don Lindsey- Precision Machine & Manufacturing’s Chief Executive Officer. “VYSISA is the perfect fit for PMM because they desire to provide superior customer service and the premier American made material handling components in the industry. Like PMM, VYSISA leans into the most difficult material handling issues and truly cares about solving the customer’s challenges.”

“At the VYSISA Group of Companies, we couldn’t be more excited to partner with Precision Machine & Manufacturing,” echoes Erasto Enriquez Cancino-Commercial Director. “Precision’s mission to provide the highest quality material handling components specifically for our targeted industries makes this partnership a perfect fit.”

About Precision Machine and Manufacturing

Established in 1977, Precision Machine & Manufacturing (PMM), is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of industry leading bulk material handling components. PMM specializes in building high-quality rotary feeders, rotary valves, and screw conveyors, specifically for industrial raw material production in the cement, biomass, wood products, pulp & paper, metals & minerals, and coal-fired power industries to move massive amounts of bulk materials consistently and reliably. PMM specializes in solving the most difficult material handling challenges including abrasive, hot, sticky and corrosive materials. PMM has developed a reputation as a trusted go-to resource for building material handling components that run longer, achieve greater throughput with more reliably than more common industry options.

VYSISA Representative contact information:

Jorge David Navarro M.


Mobil: 55 8003 8796

Learn more about Precision Machine & Manufacturing outage-to-outage dependability solutions here:

Precision Machine & Manufacturing

Don Lindsey



VYSISA Group-Mexico City

VYSISA Group-Mexico City


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Improving machine learning for materials design

A new approach can train a machine learning model to predict the properties of a material using only data obtained through simple measurements, saving time and money compared with those currently used. It was designed by researchers at Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Asahi KASEI Corporation, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Mitsui Chemicals, and Sumitomo Chemical Co and reported in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced Materials: Methods.
“Machine learning is a powerful tool for predicting the composition of elements and process needed to fabricate a material with specific properties,” explains Ryo Tamura, a senior researcher at NIMS who specializes in the field of materials informatics.

A tremendous amount of data is usually needed to train machine learning models for this purpose. Two kinds of data are used. Controllable descriptors are data that can be chosen without making a material, such as the chemical elements and processes used to synthesize it. But uncontrollable descriptors, like X-ray diffraction data, can only be obtained by making the material and conducting experiments on it.

“We developed an effective experimental design method to more accurately predict material properties using descriptors that cannot be controlled,” says Tamura.

The approach involves the examination of a dataset of controllable descriptors to choose the best material with the target properties to use for improving the model’s accuracy. In this case, the scientists interrogated a database of 75 types of polypropylenes to select a candidate with specific mechanical properties.

They then selected the material and extracted some of its uncontrollable descriptors, for example, its X-ray diffraction data and mechanical properties.

This data was added to the present dataset to better train a machine learning model employing special algorithms to predict a material’s properties using only uncontrollable descriptors.

“Our experimental design can be used to predict difficult-to-measure experimental data using easy-to-measure data, accelerating our ability to design new materials or to repurpose already known ones, while reducing the costs,” says Tamura. The prediction method can also help improve understanding of how a material’s structure affects specific properties.

The team is currently working on further optimizing their approach in collaboration with chemical manufacturers in Japan.

Further information
Ryo Tamura
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)

About Science and Technology of Advanced Materials: Methods (STAM Methods)

STAM Methods is an open access sister journal of Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM), and focuses on emergent methods and tools for improving and/or accelerating materials developments, such as methodology, apparatus, instrumentation, modeling, high-through put data collection, materials/process informatics, databases, and programming.

Dr. Yoshikazu Shinohara
STAM Methods Publishing Director

Press release distributed by Asia Research News for Science and Technology of Advanced Materials.

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Japan – MHI Machine Tool to Expand Metal 3D Printing Services

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machine Tool Co., Ltd., a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) based in Ritto, Shiga Prefecture, will offer expanded services in metal 3D printing services commencing on July 15, including prototype production and contract production by metal 3D (three-dimensional) printers applying laser-based Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies. In addition to its previously offered Directed Energy Deposition (DED)(1) type metal 3D printers for large-scale parts, the Company will newly add services using binder jetting (BJT)(2) metal 3D printers for small-scale parts. The expanded service lineup will enable manufacture of a full range of metal parts, from small components of 1mm size to ultra-large-scale parts exceeding 1 meter.

“DMP2500” developed by Digital Metal

The addition to MHI Machine Tool’s lineup is the DMP2500 metal 3D printer developed by Digital Metal, a group company of Hoganas of Sweden. The DMP2500’s BJT technology not only enables extremely precise manufacturing but also is engineered especially for high-volume production. Currently, MHI Machine Tool has provided metal printing services applying unique DED technology of “LAMDA” AM systems; now, with the introduction of a different type of printer, the Company can respond to a broad range of metal 3D print needs and propose and provide the optimal manufacturing method and equipment for each parts.

MHI Machine Tool concluded a contract with Digital Metal in July 2020 on marketing its DMP2500 and other metal 3D printers in Japan. By adding these BJT type systems to its own sales lineup, MHI Machine Tool will be in a position to offer a broad portfolio of not only sales but also after-sales services.

While metal 3D printers are receiving attention for their innovative advances to production processes, they also present challenges relating to the difficulty of their production and quality assurance, etc. With the new expansion of services, MHI Machine Tool will focus on providing solutions relating to additive manufacturing, including provision of related expertise, to accelerate early adaptation to production parts.

Going forward, MHI Machine Tool will develop its metal printing services structure spanning from small-scale high-precision to ultra-large-scale items, enabling the Company to respond to a broad wide-range of prototype production needs and contract production. In these ways, MHI Machine Tool will encourage manufacturers to expand into manufacturing parts using metal 3D printers and contribute to the industrial supply chain as a whole.

(1) Directed Energy Deposition (DED) is an additive manufacturing (AM) process in which focused thermal energy is utilized to continuously feed metal powder materials by nozzle to laser fusing points, with pinpoint precision.
(2) Binder jetting is an additive manufacturing process in which a binder is selectively sprayed by nozzle onto a thin layer of metal powder, causing solidification. With metals, heat treatment (binder removal and sintering) is then carried out to achieve the final product.

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