Material converting is the process of transforming raw materials into simple components, disposable devices, or complex, multi-functional products through a variety of fabrication processes.
At ATL, converting involves numerous manufacturing processes. Some of these processes include tight tolerance rotary die cutting, kiss cutting, slitting, sheeting, perforating, scoring, rewinding, multi-layer laminating, cold seal packaging, island placement, and printing.
As a 3M Preferred Converter, one of only a handful in the US, we have the experience and capability to convert materials into cut and finished parts – roll and sheet fed materials.
We use industry-leading, narrow web, die cutting presses with advanced servo technology and closed-loop registration, along with the best craftsmen in the business, to manufacture precision products for many markets and applications.
Single and double-coated tapes and transfer adhesives can be used to achieve desired results. ATL can assist with material and adhesive selection.
It takes the right mix of material knowledge, precision equipment, and technical expertise to manufacture multi-layer, die cut products.
ATL is committed to continuous improvement. Our Quality Management System (QMS) provides a solid framework to ensure risks are understood and processes are in control.
In partnership, our team will help you determine the best raw materials, product design, and manufacturing process to meet your product's performance requirements.