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April 9, 2014 - Capable of going as narrow as .500 in., QUICK SET 0.5 can automatically position hundreds of knife holders simultaneously, within seconds rather than hours, with extreme accuracy. System eliminates potential human errors and optimizes setup time, allowing customers to reduce scrap.

Dienes Corp Offers First Automatic Crush Cut Positioning System to Simultaneously Position Hundreds of Holders at the Same Time


Dienes Corporation
Spencer Corporate Park
Spencer, MA, 01562
USA



Press release date: April 8, 2014

Spencer, MA, – Dienes USA, a leading manufacturer of cutting and slitting tools, today announced QUICK SET 0.5, the first product in the industry to offer an automatic crush cut positioning system that is capable of going as narrow as .500” and simultaneously positioning hundreds of holders at the same time.

Manually setting hundreds of holders can be tedious, time consuming and opens a potential for human error, creating scrap material and loss of money.

The QUICK SET 0.5 eliminates any potential human error and dramatically improves setup time, allowing the customer to reduce scrap and produce product more efficiently.

“We are allowing customers to gain complete control of their process. We listened, designed, and developed a product based on what our customers requested,” said Wade C. Gilman, Dienes Sales Engineer.

The QUICK SET 0.5 can position hundreds of knife holders within seconds rather than hours with extreme accuracy.

“This is something to be excited about. The time savings and accuracy make the equipment pay for itself,” added Gilman.

A video of the QUICK SET 0.5 can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIPKWzDnEiw

Dienes Corporation offers manual, automatic, and semi-automatic slitting to customers in a variety of industries working most frequently with paper, films, laminates, plastics, nonwovens and foils. Suitable for operations ranging from razor slitting, crush cutting, and shear slitting, Dienes can supply high speed, large format sets on demand. Dienes' full services capabilities include operator/supervisor training on any system they manufacture.

About Dienes Corporation:
Dienes Corporation's U.S. headquarters was founded in 1954 and has been operating from a modern 40,000 sq. ft. facility in Spencer, Massachusetts, USA, since 1977. The entire company was founded in Germany in 1913. Fifty plus employees design, manufacture and distribute the full range of Dienes products from knives to automatic positioning systems. From Spencer we service the NAFTA region of North America; Mexico and Canada. Our sales staff includes experts dedicated to serve customers in the nonwovens, paper and plastics markets.
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