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Lüdenscheid

(lü`dənshīt), city (1994 pop. 80,280), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany. It is an industrial center; manufactures include aluminum, metal products, plastics, and synthetics. Lüdenscheid was chartered in 1287 and later was a member of the Hanseatic League. Noteworthy buildings include Neuenhof (1694), a moated castle.

Lüdenscheid

 

a city in the Federal Republic of Germany, in the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia. Population, 79,100 (1969). The city is known for the production of metal, including aluminum, goods (60 percent of all employed persons). The city is also the site of electrical engineering, printing, and textile industries; plastics are also processed there. Liidenscheid was founded in the 13th century.

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In a subsequent project which started at the end of 2010, the Kunststoff-lnstitut Luedenscheid is continuing its research on "Antibacterial Surfaces" with interested project participants from all areas of the plastics processing industry.
in New Jersey are daughter companies of Hasco-Normalien of Luedenscheid, Germany, one of the world's oldest and largest manufacturers of mold bases and components for plastic injection molds and die-cast dies.
in New Jersey are daughter companies of Hasco-Normalien of Luedenscheid, West Germany, one of the world's oldest and largest manufacturers of mold bases and components for plastic injection molds and die-cast dies.