In September 2016, Case Paper completed the installation of a new Maxson MDH dual knife rotary sheeter at its manufacturing facility in Philadelphia, PA. Supported by skilled sheeting experts, the new sheeter increases capacity by 20 million pounds annually. For printers and packaging companies that have to turn around a job quickly, it also shortens converting times.
The sheeter’s high-speed cutter is outfitted with a reject gate, Tidland Class 3 slitter knives for improved cuts, and a stacker with a scissors-lift load table that can change out skids effortlessly. Moreover, the use of air helps lightweight paper remain jam-free when flowing into the stacker.
The new Maxson sheeter can sheet up to four web rolls from 15”–82”, and can accommodate the needs of the digital, folio, and large-format markets.
“This is the fifth sheeter and the eighth piece of equipment we have purchased over the last seven years,” said Robin Schaffer, President and CEO of Case Paper Co. “We are pleased to be able to expand our offerings so as to keep pace with our customers’ ever-changing needs and requirements.”
Case Paper is now one of the only distributors in the industry that can convert paper and board and deliver the skids or rolls anywhere in the U.S., usually within 48 hours or less.