Richmond, VA & Green Bay, WI – Precision Roll Solutions announces the integration of well-known industrial roll suppliers MECA Solutions, Industrial Engraving, and GB Embossing in Wisconsin, and IR Engraving in Virginia, while maintaining critical leadership, technical, and applications knowledge at each manufacturing facility.
To further support collaboration, the company has hired industry veteran Mark Hines as VP of Business Development. Mr. Hines will draw upon decades of experience in paper, tissue converting, and packaging to ensure that customers are able to leverage the vast network of precision roll experts throughout the company.
IR Engraving meets customer specifications for high-quality metal embossing
The demands of metal embossing are more significant than traditional procedures IR Engraving uses in working with softer materials such as wood grain embossers. Metal embossing relies on pressure to create patterns as basic as dimple patterns to more intricate designs that our customers use in their finished products.
Wood grain texture deeply embossed into composite decking material.
Nature serves as the ultimate role model for decking and siding manufacturers, creating a high standard for producers of wood grain embossers. IR Engraving’s wood grain embossers highlight nature’s best while providing value that translates into business growth for our customers.
IR Engraving’s pattern development team uses its knowledge of brands, current product trends and overall market expertise to build wood grain embossers that check off all the boxes. These assets deliver end products that look more realistic than competing brands.
Embossed rolls from IR Engraving deliver natural-looking wood grain and other attractive patterns for many of the leading composite decking and vinyl siding brands in North America. Our pattern developers can create a custom texture to fit your needs.
“Our ability to provide extra rolls shortens turnaround times.” –
Embossing rolls are the lifeblood of production processes for converters of a wide range of consumer products. The downtime created when waiting on new or refurbished embossing rolls to arrive can be crippling to any operation. This is why a growing number of converters rely on IR Engraving to keep them up and running.