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er Gluer with die cut section, on which Bobst performed some upgrades to get it ready for action. Next came a Martin DRO die cutter, followed by a McKinley die cutter, a Jumbo Printer Slotter, and finally, two folder gluers, one a
J&L and the other a Bobst Pacific, along with the requisite stitchers, slotters and strappers. Bailey and his team re- moved from E. Smith Box what conveyors that could be re- used, taking care not to affect the plant’s operations and service to its customers during the transition. As the move A J&L Folder Gluer is one of two at Rusken Conyers. A Bobst Pacific is the other.
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Do you need printed sheets? We have your answer.. Introducing Heartland’s ColorCorr. This is “flexo-printing in the round”. On our corrugator we can print up to 109” wide. The advantage is that we can print the equivalent of ½ roll at a time and not be required to keep several rolls of very expensive preprinted paper on the floor. Much less waste and risk. In continual print mode, we use either laser-engraved rubber rolls or solid rubber rolls to print a “flood coat” or a repeating pattern. If we are printing a repeating pattern, we can run a two-color design on the paper. Customers have found that running sheets we print can allow them to run a lighter-grade due to reduced caliper loss, and in some cases eliminate one or more machine passes.
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March 29, 2021
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