Material converting is the process of transforming raw materials into components, disposable devices, or complex, multi-layer products through a variety of fabrication processes.
Our converting capabilities include rotary die cutting, printing, multi-layer laminating, slitting, island placement, and cold seal packaging. We process a wide range of papers, films, foils, foams, tapes, and other flexible materials with and without adhesives. Precision rotary die cutting fabricates materials into virtually any shape or size—in individual pieces, on rolls, or in sheets. Our converting machines are equipped with servo motors that provide continuous registration of material and in-line vision inspection to ensure tight tolerance control. Whether it is a single material with a perforation or a multi-layer stack and complex shape, we have the engineering expertise and technology to bring your product to life.
ATL engineers provide technical assistance with material selection, design, and process development to help advance your product from concept to production.
Custom die cut components, disposable devices, and finished parts are used in medical, consumer, electronics, and industrial applications, among others. We convert: