Drytac Expands its Custom Sheet Conversion Capabilities

Custom-size rolls are nothing new for Drytac, but the company is seeing an uptick in demand for some of its window products.

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Richmond, Virginia-based Drytac, an international manufacturer of adhesive-coated products and finishing equipment, with locations throughout North America and Europe, announces that it is boosting its converting capabilities with the addition of a new sheeter at its Canadian manufacturing plant.

Drytac has offered custom rolls sizes for the past 40 years. The new converter has been added to meet the growing demand for custom sheet sizes of Drytac SpotOn and ViziPrint self-adhesive window products, fueled by the growth of high-volume, sheet-fed printing presses. Drytac PolarT and ReTac self-adhesive print vinyls will also benefit from this new custom sheet service, the company says.

“We always look for ways to better serve our customers,” says Paul Vanderweide, vice president of operations at Drytac Canada. “Additional in-house on-demand sheeting means more convenience and faster delivery times for our customers. With this new machine, we can efficiently cut a wide range of customized sizes, including sheets up to 62″ wide x 10′ long. This is a great new addition to our custom converting services.”

SDG Staff

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