First Crest Clamshell Installed in Israel
My Press Needs (MPN) announces the installation of its first Crest Clamshell in Israel. Crystal Dome Kav Meshi Ltd., a manufacturer and provider of image enhancing products, recently purchased a 20”x26” Crest for its facility in Rishon Lezion, Israel.
“We were looking for a reliable clamshell to kiss cut high serial quantities of sophisticated materials and adhesives,” says Crystal Dome manager Eran Shalish. “We already use clamshells, and know from experience it is not easy to find one that can perfectly kiss cut our materials. “After successfully testing our materials and molds at My Press Needs’ R&D Lab and Training Center in Farmingdale, New Jersey, we decided to buy their 26”X20” Crest Clamshell,” Shalish says.
MPN president Rob Weidhaas said the company invested in increased testing capabilities with partner National Steel Rule for just such a scenario. “Quite often, our potential customers aren’t convinced that clamshell technology is what they need. By testing their specific materials on our Crest clamshells at the lab, we can show both the results and the reliability the Crest can offer them. Seeing for yourself can be a real game changer.”
Shalish agrees: “Now that we’ve had the Crest running a few months in serial production, it perfectly and easily kiss cuts various thicknesses of laminated materials and adhesives. And setup is quick and easy.”
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