Atlas Converting, a supplier and provider of solutions in slitting and rewinding technology and finished roll handling systems, will officially launch Titan ER610-DT Compact Dual Turret Slitter Rewinder to maximize productivity, processing web widths up to 1650 millimeter (65”) at up to 600 meters a minute (2000 feet a minute) at K 2019. The machine will be on display at the Atlas Stand 3B91 in Hall 3. The ER610-DT project features operator safety, productivity improvements and reduced machine download times.
New Atlas Converting website
The new website, www.atlasconverting.com, gives details on the slitting-rewinding machines offered to both the film manufacturing and the converting industry by the company. Offering improved user experience, with the ability to be modified easily for business needs, the new site was developed in-house to cater to the needs of the end users. The Service & Support section on the website provides information on service contracts, warranty extensions and refurbishment contracts.
New customer interactive forum
The ‘User Group’ is a chat forum for all – end users, Atlas and Titan machine owners, Atlas staff – and there is a technical area for FAQs and discussions. It will allow knowledge sharing and communication of new or common upgrades that may be useful to end users.
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