Precision Converting and Outsource Manufacturing

Markets We Serve

Aerospace
Reputation. Innovation. Accountability. That’s why top aerospace companies trust us to bridge capability gaps and accelerate go-to-market success, addressing both product and process challenges.
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Medical
Successful companies know that early alignment with the right CMO makes all the difference when bringing new products to market. That’s why they turn to us for proven commercialization solutions.
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Personal & Home Care
The largest consumer packaged goods companies in the world rely on our large-format flexible material converting and printing services to deliver the speed-to-market advantage they need.
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Industrial
A premier provider of customized components and services, we partner with telecom, power and energy, technical textiles, medical, and transportation companies to support their next-generation products.
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Symbiotic Supply Chains

Kevin Young, VP of Corporate Development, and Dave Pippa, Director of Global Supply Chain, have written an article featured in Aerospace Manufacturing magazine.

The article, Symbiotic Supply Chains, explains why aerospace manufacturers and tiered suppliers need an optimized total fulfillment model.

Check it out here: Symbiotic Supply Chains

Kevin Young, VP of Corporate Development, and Dave Pippa, Director of Global Supply Chain, have written an article featured in Aerospace Manufacturing magazine. The article, Symbiotic Supply Chains, explains why aerospace manufacturers and tiered suppliers need an optimized total fulfillment model. Check it out here: Symbiotic Supply Chains
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Web Industries’ Variance-in-Repeat Printing Creates Irregularly-Spaced Designs on Nonwovens Used in Personal Care Products

February 5, 2020 – A printing capability for nonwoven materials that creates multiple repeat designs in the same print run is now available from the Personal & Home Care business unit of Web Industries Inc., a precision formatter of flexible materials. Field-tested variance-in-repeat printing delivers marketing and production advantages to manufacturers of personal care items such as adult incontinence wear, feminine care products and diapers.

The printing capability empowers brands to bring a variety of designs to market, rather than a single uniform design. For example, design images of flowers can be varied by location instead of appearing in the same place every time. Variations in images, colors or text are available.

“Our variance-in-repeat capability is an outgrowth of Web’s ingenuity and determination to enhance our customers’ product offering,” says Business Development Manager Courtney Robinson.

Production efficiency

Variance-in-repeat printing streamlines manufacturers’ production by incorporating multiple different repeating designs on a single roll of nonwoven material. The printed roll can run on one personal care product manufacturing line, offering variety and simplicity.

With conventional nonwoven material printing and formatting services, product manufacturers seeking variations in design need to order several different rolls, each carrying a repetitive and uniform design, process the rolls on separate lines and then collate them.

Supporting a major manufacturer

“We recently brought our print engineering services into play to craft a design solution for a personal care product manufacturing customer,” Robinson says.

“The company turned to Web Industries for help in producing a more attractive feminine undergarment’s waistband. Web succeeded in printing three slightly different repeating designs on a single roll of extensible nonwoven material.”

Robinson adds that the variance-in-repeat capability enabled the manufacturer to package the three designs on the same production line. This eliminated the need to use three different lines and then later sort the designs. The result was greater manufacturing efficiency and a more appealing garment for consumers.

       

About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

For Further Information Customer Inquiries: sales@webindustries.com +1 508.573.7973

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

February 5, 2020 – A printing capability for nonwoven materials that creates multiple repeat designs in the same print run is now available from the Personal & Home Care business unit of Web Industries Inc., a precision formatter of flexible materials. Field-tested variance-in-repeat printing delivers marketing and production advantages to manufacturers of personal care items … Continue reading "Web Industries’ Variance-in-Repeat Printing Creates Irregularly-Spaced Designs on Nonwovens Used in Personal Care Products"
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Web Industries Earns Award from Michigan State’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) for Multi-layer Insulation Blankets

MARLBOROUGH, Mass – Precision formatter of advanced materials Web Industries Inc. has earned an award of appreciation from Michigan State University’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB). The award honors Web’s CAD Cut division for its work in supplying multi-layer insulation (MLI) blankets used in FRIB’s superconducting heavy ion linear accelerator.

Based in East Lansing, Mich., FRIB is a joint project of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, Michigan State, and the state of Michigan.. The $730-million facility will enable scientists to make discoveries about the properties of rare isotopes and to investigate their possible medical, homeland security and industrial applications. Web Industries’ MLI blankets are designed to minimize radiative heat loads affecting cryomodule components inside the FRIB accelerator.

Close Partnering According to Web’s Thermal Insulation Business Development Manager Lee Smith, FRIB’s supplier selection process was highly competitive. “Web was chosen to supply MLI blankets by a team of FRIB purchasing officials, physicists and engineers,” says Smith. “The choice was made based on Web’s technical ability to produce precision cut MLI blankets to support FRIB’s needs.”

Subsequently, Web’s CAD Cut division and FRIB partnered to produce refinements for manufacturability while maintaining FRIB’s technical requirements. These included improved material cutting, layout, labeling and packaging. The MLI blankets are precisely cut to fit complex shapes. They are supplied in CAD Cut Cryokit™ packages, which contain everything needed for installation, including complete blankets with built-in grommets and fasteners, work gloves and part-specific installation instructions.

The MLI blankets destined for FRIB are designed, manufactured and packaged at Web’s Denton, Tex. facility. To date, Web has supplied over 7,000 blankets to FRIB, in 377 different sizes and designs. FRIB’s plaque of appreciation was presented to Craig Lang, Web Denton’s operations manager.

About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

For Further Information Customer Inquiries: sales@webindustries.com +1 508.573.7973

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

MARLBOROUGH, Mass – Precision formatter of advanced materials Web Industries Inc. has earned an award of appreciation from Michigan State University’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB). The award honors Web’s CAD Cut division for its work in supplying multi-layer insulation (MLI) blankets used in FRIB’s superconducting heavy ion linear accelerator. Based in East Lansing, … Continue reading "Web Industries Earns Award from Michigan State’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) for Multi-layer Insulation Blankets"
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Composite Formatting Automation: Automation Can Help Manufacturers Ramp Up Production While Controlling Quality and Costs

Ben Winters, General Manager CAD Cut Services, has written an article published in Aerospace Manufacturing and Design's 2020 Reference Guide.

The article, Composite Formatting Automation: Automation Can Help Manufacturers Ramp Up Production While Controlling Quality and Costs, describes how "automation will continue to gain prominence in aerospace design and manufacturing."

Check out the article here: Composite Formatting Automation: Automation Can Help Manufacturers Ramp Up Production While Controlling Quality and Costs

Ben Winters, General Manager CAD Cut Services, has written an article published in Aerospace Manufacturing and Design’s 2020 Reference Guide. The article, Composite Formatting Automation: Automation Can Help Manufacturers Ramp Up Production While Controlling Quality and Costs, describes how “automation will continue to gain prominence in aerospace design and manufacturing.” Check out the article here: Composite Formatting Automation: Automation Can … Continue reading "Composite Formatting Automation: Automation Can Help Manufacturers Ramp Up Production While Controlling Quality and Costs"
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