Stafford Flange Mounting Collars Made to Order

Made from a variety of materials, one-piece collars can be machined into flat and stable mounting flanges, hubs, or pulleys

Maxson Offers Feature to Reduce Set-Up Time

Sheeter feature sets the length of stacker’s jog box at the same time the overlap carriage is positioned for a new cutoff

Maxcess Intl. Acquired by Bertram Capital

Maxcess Intl. will be merged with Webex and led by Chairman Gary Edwards and CEO Greg Jehlik

Menges Roller’s Veronica Singh Nominated for Prestigious Award

As engineering estimator and purchasing manager, Singh is said to have both pricing and manufacturing expertise

Martin Automatic Reports Sales to Chinese Converter

The MBSC splicer and STR rewinder, to be installed on an Omet press, are the second for the converter

ITW Muller Offers New Stretch Wrapper

Unit features a smaller footprint for what company says is economical and dependable use, and options are available

Chinese Label Converter Adds Second Martin Splicer

MBSC splicer and STR rewinder will be installed on Omet press

Montalvo Video Demonstrates Load Cell

Demonstrating the ES load cell, video discusses the two major factors in selecting load cells: sensitivity and repeatability

Web Lines | How the Open Loop Torque Control Sets Winding Tension

There are many winding machines that do not use closed-loop tension control in the winding process. Here is how they work.

Web Lines | Curl Mechanics Pt. 2—Transverse Direction Curl

In Part 2 of this four-part series on curl, web handling expert Tim Walker tackles three common sources of TD curl.

Eliminating Boundary Layer Air During Winding

Eliminate boundary layer air  while winding rolls of film, in most cases, by using a lay-on roller. For coating and extrusion technology, vacuum boxes or electrostatic pinning can sometimes–though infrequently–be effective.

Web Lines | Curl Mechanics Pt. 1—Machine Direction Curl

In this first part of a four part series on curl, web handling expert Tim Walker discusses curl in coated and laminated products

Web Lines | Winding Process Fundamentals, Pt. 3

In Part 3 of this four-part series, web handling expert Tim Walker answers the question: How do dimensional changes within a roll (e.g., compression) change roll strains and stresses?

Web Lines | Winding Process Fundamentals, Pt. 2

In Part 2 of this four-part series, web handling expert Tim Walker tackles tension control from the first to the final lap of the winding roll

Web Lines | Winding Process Fundamentals, Pt. 1

Understanding winding, roll defects, and winding-related web quality begins with understanding how the web, winder design, and process conditions combine to create the stress and strains of the wound roll.

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