As part of our Pattern and Product Development service, we can evaluate a texture to determine what is happening on the macro and micro level.
Our pilot scale heated roll embossing and calendering machine allows us to trial customer's product before going into full scale production.
There are occasions in which a good solid machine needs to have updated controls and wiring to keep it up to code and allow it to communicate with other equipment.
Not sure if the old unit will perform a specific task? Or is worth restoring? Our mechanical and electrical technicians and engineers can perform an on-site evaluation and analysis.
Along with adding new or re-engraved rollers, a customer will often send Alliance a piece of equipment to be refurbished.
If one of our stock textures doesn’t fit the bill, we can modify an existing design or create an entirely new pattern.
Many clients who order equipment have a plan in place on how the equipment will be installed. However, some do not have the support or know-how and rely on us for a ‘turnkey’ installation.
Customers have Alliance employees to assist on-site. As rollers wear, they can avoid the lengthy procedure of bringing them back to be refurbished by having them etched in place.
Roll Grinding is integral to our business. If a roll body doesn’t start with a good TIR and finish, the pattern thereon is irrelevant. Old rolls also need to be ground to apply a new texture.