Colvin-Friedman Acquires Delta Mod-Tech Crusader
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697 Morris Tpke.
Springfield, NJ, 07081
Press release date: April 6, 2012
Springfield, NJ - Colvin-Friedman Company, an industry leader in die-cutting, is proud to announce the acquisition of a brand new Delta Mod-Tech Crusader six station rotary die cutting press. Delta Mod-Tech specializes in state-of-the-art rotary die cutting and web-converting systems, allowing Colvin-Friedman to maintain the cutting edge the company has held within the industry for over sixty years.
"With this new technology, Colvin-Friedman will be able to better serve our clients more effectively and efficiently," said President, Mitchell Friedman. "The Delta-Mod Tech Crusader will increase production speed, allow for tighter tolerances and provide our customers with a higher level of sophistication, of which Colvin-Friedman is continually striving for."
Because of its ease of use and flexibility, Delta Mod-Tech has become a household name in the web-converting industry. The Crusaders six stations and attachable modules allow for a variety of different configurations and applications, including, but not limited to: island placement, zero tension web cutting, laser die cutting, flexographic printing, seamless vision inspection integration, die to die sync registration and eye-sensor registration. This coupled with the Crusaders 6 unwind/rewind spindles make the possibilities truly limited by only the imagination.
About Colvin-Friedman: Colvin-Friedman Company was founded in 1946 by Samuel Friedman and Henry Colvin, both already veterans of the fledgling plastic industry. With extensive backgrounds in plastic die cutting, fabrication and decorating they formed Colvin-Friedman Company to service the needs of the rapidly expanding radio, television and appliance industries. Today Colvin-Friedman serves a variety of industries with extensive capabilities for rotary, flatbed, traveling head, up acting platen and traditional punch presses.