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OASIS Published in Collectors Edition of Paper360°

OASIS Alignment Services is very proud to have our article Precision Alignment of Winders published in a special edition of Paper360°, the flagship publication of TAPPI. This Collector’s Edition of Paper360° celebrates TAPPI’s 100 years of service to the pulp and paper industry. Since 1915, TAPPI (Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry), has […]

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OASIS 3D Metrology Services Determines Snow Load Roof Deviations for Cramer Fabrics

It is very important for facilities located in areas that are prone to heavy snow fall, to monitor roof deflection so that action can be implemented quickly and effectively when needed. Manufacturing facilities, schools and municipalities can all benefit from including snow load deflection data in their building specification documents. In this post we provide a […]

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Importance of Gypsum Board Line Alignment – Part 1

In this first post of a series on the importance of gypsum board line alignment, we provide an overview of the issues that can occur when there is misalignment within the line. In upcoming posts, we will provide tolerance guidelines and alignment inspection methods for gypsum board lines. As the construction industry (both residential and non-residential) […]

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Improving Efficiency and Product Quality with Precision Alignment

Roger Cross, OASIS Project Manager, recently presented “Improving Efficiency and Product Quality with Precision Alignment” at ICE USA on February 10, 2015. ICE (International Converting Exhibition) was held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, February 10-12, 2015. In this post we provide a brief overview of the topics covered in the presentation. The link […]

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Signs of Printing Press Misalignment

Precision alignment is recommended by printing press manufacturers as the industry standard for ensuring press lines run at optimal speeds and produce high quality product. Regardless of how precisely the printing press was aligned upon installation, its alignment condition will deteriorate over time due to several factors. These factors include normal day to day operation, routine […]

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Precision Alignment of Winders – Part 4

In our three previous posts on the Precision Alignment of Winders, we discussed the effects of winder misalignment on product quality and components as well as inspection and alignment techniques for the various areas of the machine – including the Unwind and Lead-in Rolls and the Slitter Section, Rider Roll Ways, Winder Drums, Rider Roll and Core Chucks. In […]

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