Laminating Machines(4 companies)
Converting machinery that bonds two or more separate packaging substrates into a single web during the formation of multilayer flexible packaging.
AZCO Corp. offers solutions for complex cutting applications used in converting, along with a broad range of components. Converting equipment line includes laminators and cut-to-length machines, slitters, rotary knife and guillotine assemblies, rotary die stations, web-cutting machinery, unwind/rewind stands, hole-punching machinery, and equipment stands.
Delta Modtech offers converting equipment including die cutting, laser cutting, lamination and coating machinery, with a focus on medical and pharmaceutical industries applications such as transdermal patch manufacturing. Delta Modtech also makes equipment to manufacture resealable pouches and liquid dispense pouching equipment.
Karlville Development Group
Karville offers a diverse converting machine portfolio for a wide range of applications, ranging from laminating and coating systems to high-speed turret slitter rewinders. Featured in its line of shrink-sleeve converting machines, the PLUS series of seamers feature a design that eliminates the need for the forming tool. The K2 utilizes a brake on the unwind while the K3 is motorized. The machine has three tension zones, allowing for a dedicated tension zone for the forming section for better lay flat control. The unwind tension zone is now free to add innovations like laser integration or pinhole perforation while the film is flat.
PTi Processing Technologies International, LLC
PTi provides mono- and co-extruded sheet extrusion systems designed to cover a variety of sheet applications, including custom and industrial sheet goods. The G-Series® is the newest addition to PTi's line-up of sheet extrusion products, developed to fulfill the need in the global marketplace for a cost effective solution configurable as a compact unit for inline thermoforming or a full length configuration for producing roll stock.
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