Beaver Paper Group, a sublimation media and cut-and-sew papers manufacturer, announces the addition of a robotic arm and precision perforator to its newly remodeled production division.
The Dalmec Robotic Arm Manipulator allows operators to pick up and move large-scale paper rolls with minimal effort safely. The Dalmec Manipulator is designed to handle paper rolls up to 11′ in length and 2′ in diameter with a maximum handling weight of 2,330 lbs.
According to Beaver Paper, the Perf 104 is one of the widest perforating machines in the world, measuring at 104″. Designed in-house in conjunction with Swiss engineers, the Perf 104 has precision while producing micro-perf and one-perf sizes. The new perforator allows in-house production of perforated papers.
“Investing in new state-of-the-art equipment shows our commitment to our customers and partnerships by bringing high-level digital manufacturing to the production floor. This will lead to the highest quality products at some of the fastest lead times in the paper industry. In implementing this equipment, we are furthering our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint, which is ideal for the environment,” explains Tobias Sternbeck, CEO of Beaver Paper.