An automated solution to easily control liner variation while storing and recalling common jobs, providing critical Industry 4.0 analytics, and offering single-click re-ordering of worn die station components, the RotoAdjust gives customers a smarter die station solution.
“We designed the new RotoAdjust from the ground-up with our global R&D team who has spent decades designing and shipping automated web handling solutions from our storied brands of Fife and Tidland,” said Nadine Powell, global product manager for RotoMetrics, a Maxcess Brand. “This solution gives customers an intuitive and powerful tool to control liner variation that they are seeing daily. The RotoAdjust lets you work smarter, with its industry-leading Industry 4.0 analytics that alerts operators to failure points and highlights worn die station components, while directly interfacing with our MyRoto.com e-commerce platform for single-click re-ordering.”
Featuring an intuitive colour touchscreen operator interface with state-of-the-art software that can easily store and recall common jobs and backed by a global service and support infrastructure to ensure users are taken care of after installation, the new RotoAdjust provides customers with an industry 4.0 intelligent die station solution that is reported to be both easy-to-use and extremely accurate. In addition, the RotoAdjust provides analytics from the entire die station. This gives operators access to critical data such as die station revolutions, material usage, pressure information, setup and run times, and more to run smarter. When critical components are projected to wear out beyond recommended operation, operators receive alerts and can automatically re-order through the MyRoto.com e-commerce portal with a single click, giving customers the ability to perform proactive maintenance to reduce downtime and scrap. www.maxcessintl.com