Custom Embossers Make Operation Modes More Flexible

Industrial Engraving builds embossing machines with multiple-roll options, through tailor-made machines, can meet design requirements and efficiency requirements.

Green Bay, WI (Merxwire) – Custom embossers can adjust the various settings to meet the specific needs of customers and play an important role in the operating mode. According to Industrial Engraving, many customers have put forward design requirements and efficiency requirements, resulting in 2, 3 and even 4-roll systems.

Traditional embossing machines are single-station and usually operate from the top, providing simple roll handling. Adding functional options, such as rotating brush roll cleaners and hydraulic power units, can make these standardized machines become Custom embossers.

Our engineers work with customers to design custom embossers that maximize efficiency and minimize changeover downtime for their specific operations.

What is the difference between 2, 3 and 4-roll embossing machines?

Aside from the obvious, multi-roll embossing machines each have their own characteristics that differentiate their operations.

Two-station embossing machines are ideal for applications in which two patterns are used on separate runs, as well as for calender applications. Nonwoven spot calendering in which heat and pressure generates a bonding action, are common with 2-roll machines.

Three-roll embossers allow for fast and easy changeovers from one rubber-to-steel embossed pattern to another with only minor adjustments. Three-roll embossing machines typically feature a rubber middle roll that threads a substrate through either the top or bottom roll without having to move the web to a different line. They are a huge time saver.

Quad embossers, also known as 4-roll embossing machines, offer the ultimate in efficiency by their ability to hold two different steel engraved roll sets and/or two rubber to steel roll sets. Quad embossers are used to run two webs with different patterns at the same time while joining the two webs together after the embossing process.

Any of these custom embossers improve the efficiency of your operations and add value to your production assets.

About Industrial Engraving, LLC

Industrial Engraving, LLC, designs and manufactures custom embossing rolls and embossing machines for customers operating in a variety of paper, tissue, foil, film and nonwoven markets. Industrial Engraving’s comprehensive services include roll refurbishment, pattern development, and design and production of embossing and calendering equipment. Located just outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin, Industrial Engraving is centrally located for timely delivery throughout the United States.

More information please visit: http://www.industrial-engraving.com/

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