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Founded in 1934, Elsner Engineering Works, Inc., has earned a worldwide reputation for leadership in the design and manufacture of a wide range of converting equipment for the paper, film, foil, and nonwovens industries. Virtually every type of consumer roll product can be wound, rewound, packaged, or folded on an Elsner-built machine.
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Elsner Engineering Blog

20 Feb 2020

TCO and Machinery Automation:  Boosting the Bottom Line

Posted by Elsner Team

What is “Total Cost of Ownership” (TCO) and what does it have to do with implementing automated processes into your production lines?  How will considering the concept of TCO in the procurement of your next production line or machine lead to increased productivity and profitability?

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Topics: total cost of ownership, automation, innovation, converting equipment, integrating automation, manufacturing, converting machinery

03 Feb 2020

ELSNER Adds Faster Doosan DNM 6700 Vertical Milling Machine

Posted by Elsner Team

ELSNER recently added a Doosan DNM 6700 vertical milling machine.  The new machine is fast and can handle parts 60% bigger than the Mori Seiki it replaced.

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Topics: machining, contract manufacturing, manufacturing, machine shop

30 Jan 2020

4 Reasons Partnerships in Machinery Automation Make a Difference

Posted by Elsner Team

No one could have seen it coming.  On an early morning in January, a fire ripped through a manufacturing plant in the outskirts of London, destroying the industrial space and along with it 7 converting machines and production lines.  A blaze so large it could be seen for miles, it took fifteen fire engines and 97 firefighters to extinguish the flames.  A leading manufacturer of canister wipes, the company knew they must respond swiftly and with resolve in order to keep the business going.  Their immediate move to an old factory space, coupled with great partnerships to facilitate new warehouse space and custom automation machinery allowed them to barely skip a beat.

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Topics: automation, innovation, Wet Wipes production, integrating automation, Nonwovens, manufacturing, converting machinery, Filtration, purpose built precision

23 Jan 2020

Congressman Smucker Tours Expansion and Discusses Workforce Needs

Posted by Elsner Team

 

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Topics: machining, American-made, workforce development, skilled labor, Employment Opportunities, converting machinery, manufacturing jobs, Elsner expansion, purpose built precision

27 Dec 2019

How ELSNER Improves Productivity with ultrasonic welding

Posted by Elsner Team

There are a number of automated manufacturing technologies that make a true difference in boosting productivity.  The use of ultrasonic welding is on the rise at ELSNER as we help our customers further automate labor intensive operations.

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Topics: automation, integrating automation, manufacturing, converting machinery

20 Dec 2019

Automating Manufacturing Processes: How to Get Your Boss on Board

Posted by Elsner Team

Do you want to integrate automation into your manufacturing process but you're unsure where to start? Maybe your biggest hurdle is selling the idea to leadership. Effectively communicating the reason why and the ROI for any major shift is necessary.  We're here to help.

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Topics: automation, converting equipment, integrating automation, manufacturing, skilled labor

01 Nov 2019

ELSNER Launches New Filtration webpage and logo

Posted by Elsner Team

ELSNER has been designing and building automated equipment for the Filtration market for over 20 years, beginning with the development of an automated method for folding element leaves for spiral wound filters. Today we realize the growing filtration market has a great need to adopt automated solutions in order to save time and labor while improving consistency and quality control.

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Topics: Filtration

31 Oct 2019

ELSNER Celebrates 85th Anniversary, Expansion and Receives Citation from House of Representatives

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Topics: innovation, manufacturing, community, converting machinery, Elsner expansion

30 Oct 2019

ELSNER Tech Talk: Perforator Blade Tips for Converting Machinery

Posted by Elsner Team

Over 85+ years of manufacturing converting machinery, ELSNER has quite a list of FAQs! That's why we're launching ELSNER Tech Talk: a series that aims to help our customers by sharing our years of experience in manufacturing, automation, machinery, converting and machining.

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Topics: converting machinery

19 Sep 2019

ELSNER ACQUIRES RIGHTS TO SCM SLITTER INC.’S ELEMENT TRIM SAW

Posted by Elsner Team

ELSNER Deepens Commitment to Designing and Building Machinery for Filtration Industry

ELSNER has announced the purchase of the design and IP rights to SCM Slitter Inc.’s Element Trim Saw. The trim saw is designed to quickly and efficiently trim the ends of industrial liquid filtration elements, such as spiral wound reverse osmosis filters.

The acquisition is a logical ‘next step’ for ELSNER who has been building automated folding, gluing and rolling machinery for the filtration industry for nearly 20 years. With that experience, ELSNER has been looking to take a larger role in the filtration industry as a part of their continued growth and strategic planning.

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Topics: automation, converting equipment, Nonwovens, converting machinery, Filtration

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Over 3000 converting machines operating in over 60 countries.

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Founded in 1934, Elsner Engineering Works, Inc., has earned a worldwide reputation for leadership in the design and manufacture of a wide range of converting equipment for the paper, film, foil, and nonwovens industries. Virtually every type of consumer roll product can be wound, rewound, packaged, or folded on an Elsner-built machine.

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