Industrial Centering Machines (ICMs) are used in the production of many different types of products. They are important because they help to ensure that the products that are being produced are evenly distributed and in the correct positions. This is especially important when it comes to products that are difficult to control or move. ICMs can be used to produce parts, or even entire objects, quickly and accurately.

Since these machines use a hydraulic system to move the workpiece so that it is perfectly centered on the tool or die, they can cause a variety of injuries, including:

-Traumatic amputation: If the workpiece gets caught between the moving parts of the machine, it can cause a traumatic amputation.

-Mechanical amputation: If the machine pulls the arm or leg off of a worker, that worker would suffer a mechanical amputation.

-Lacerations: The sharp edges on these machines can cause severe lacerations if they contact skin.

-Suspended members: Workers may be suspended from these machines by their arms or legs, which can lead to serious injuries.

Centering machines are dangerous and can cause serious injuries. If you have been injured, you should speak with an attorney to understand your legal rights and what steps you can take to seek compensation.