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HEATED TOOLING

HEATED TOOLING SOLUTIONS CUSTOMIZED FOR YOUR DIE TO WORK WITH YOUR CONTROLLER OR OURS.

Many specialty converting applications require the addition of heat to the die to assist in cutting exotic materials (fabric, poly, non-wovens), or to seal material as it cuts for improved edge quality.  Heated dies can also be used to seal two or more layers of material.  The rotary tool is designed to accept an internal heat cartridge which heats the tool to a preset temperature.  Heated tooling finds wide usage in the packaging industry.  In-line sealing offers wide versatility for “single pass” production using rotary dies.

 

FEATURES

Temperature regulated tooling controlled by external heating sources

Heated tooling

Heated tooling requires an external heat controller to regulate temperature. Midway’s tooling can be made to work with your controller, or with Midway’s ThermoDie™ Heat Controller. This controller uses a non-contact, infrared heat sensor to read tool surface temperature for precise control within ± 5°F.

THE MIDWAY DIFFERENCE

we back our work with a guarantee – if your tooling does not perform to your satisfaction, we will repair, replace, or refund.

Most companies claim to create high-quality solutions, have great customer service, technical expertise – but at Midway, we back out work with a guarantee that if your tooling does not perform to your satisfaction, we will repair, replace, or refund. With experience in a wide range of markets, we approach each project with the confidence and understanding that no two applications are alike. We take the time to listen to our customers to truly understand their needs and find the best solution custom-fit to their unique challenge.

 

QUALITY COMES FIRST

Midway helps you exceed industry standards, regulations and environmental protection goals while maximizing long-term performance and reliability. With over 4 decades of industry-leading experience, we put quality first. Our facilities are ISO 9001 certified and have proudly met specifications for safety and contingency planning since 2002.