A European manufacturer of automotive batteries purchased a used laminating line from a US-broker that included out-dated DC motors and drives. EDC removed the DC components and converted them to AC vector drives and Marathon motors with encoders. Once the line was installed at the manufacturing site,EDC’s field service engineers arrived to complete the troubleshooting and start-up.
Electronic Drives and Controls recently published a new website page on everything you need to know on coating and laminating as a manufacturer.
Whether your machine is facing an issue (or multiple), not running at full speed, producing lower quality work than expected, or maybe just needs an upgrade and you’re not sure where to start, this page was created with you in mind. This educational article is supported by multiple case studies featuring relevant EDC projects that have brought success to manufacturers across the country.
To view the full website page visit below:
If your coating and laminating line’s throughput is rapidly decreasing or the machine is experiencing more downtime, there are a few relatively small strategies you can employ to take a bite out of the larger issues. Or if need be, it might be time to consider a retrofit for a fraction of the cost and in less time than it would take to install a more expensive, completely new line. How can you know for sure?
It’s time for you to master unwinds, rewinds, flying splices, printing heads, laminators, accumulators, and more. Navigate to the page today to learn more about coating and laminating and advance your manufacturing process with EDC’s guidance. Additional topics covered are common pain points, resolutions, upgrades, and best practices for coating and laminating machines, including how to know when it’s time for a full retrofit.
If you need further help with your coating and laminating line, reach out to EDC today.