For SencorpWhite Inc., the company's newest thermoforming machine is all about the bottom line.
Called the Ultra 2, the machine was designed and developed to "give our clients the ability to create more quality parts in the box at the end of the day, produce less waste, less energy, and increase profits, the company said.
SencorpWhite, based in Hyannis, Mass., will highlight the Ultra 2 machine at NPE 2018.
"Designed for multiple industries looking for more precision and control of form and trim, along with efficiency, the Ultra 2 is equipped with a more robust, heavy-duty, rail transport system," the company said in advance of the show.
"This new rail transport system allows our clients the ability to use less material and produce less waste. The Ultra 2 utilizes our proprietary off-load system, which is up to 70 percent faster than previous designs. The Ultra 2 combines speed along with the ability to deliver either more ups by cycle or produce larger pieces," the company said.
SencorpWhite indicated its inline steel rule tools help reduce tool and labor costs. "Our tools are designed to shorten production time, which enables clients the ability to change tools within hours, not days, at a significant cost savings," the company said.
"Our overall goal for designing and developing the Ultra 2 was easy — give our clients the ability to create more quality parts in the box at the end of the day, produce less waste, less energy, and increase profits," the company said.
This will be SencorpWhite's first NPE show under its current ownership. The maker of thermoforming machinery, blister packaging and sealing equipment was acquired by Connell LP of Boston, a family trust, in late 2015.