Rotoflex Opens R&D Centre in Toronto
Rotoflex, a division of St. Louis, Missouri-based Mark Andy Inc., moved its research and development team into a new Toronto-based technology centre, which, according to the company, includes a new state-of-the-art lab and testing area.
While Mark Andy focuses on the manufacture of narrow-web printing equipment, Rotoflex develops inspection/rewind equipment and UVT curing technology. Rotoflex’ manufacturing has been based in Toronto since the company was founded in 1973. Today, Rotoflex has customers in over 75 countries.
The company describes its new R&D centre, which is to be supported by Agile project management architecture and software like ProE 3D and Eagle, as an extension to recent technology launches of the Genesis control system and the updated Vericut finishing product.
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