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2/23/2022

JBC Adds Waterjet Cutting Services

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JBC Technologies is proud to announce the addition of waterjet cutting to our already expansive list of converting capabilities. Not only does the addition of waterjet cutting services enable us to offer our customers a broader range of converting solutions for high volume production, but it also arms us with yet another method to create quick turn prototypes, building on our digital die-cutting capabilities.

12/17/2021

Die-Cut Solutions for Electric Vehicle Batteries: Thermal Management

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Electric vehicle batteries are very sensitive to changes in temperature and maintaining their surroundings at the proper conditions for optimal performance and safety is no easy task. Active thermal management systems can quickly become expensive and bulky, but with the careful placement of custom die-cut supplemental passive thermal management solutions made from high-performance specialty materials, EV manufacturers now have more options than ever when it comes to lightweight and effective EV battery thermal management.

12/10/2021

JBC Technologies Continues Growth Trajectory with Acquisition of Die Cut Technologies

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JBC Technologies, a leading flexible materials converter, today announced the purchase of Die Cut Technologies, an ISO-9001, TS-16940, and MIL-I-45208A certified converter located in Denver, Colorado. The acquisition strategically expands JBC’s capabilities and geographic footprint, while adding additional market presence in the medical, electronics, automotive, and aerospace sectors.

11/18/2021

JBC Technologies Opens New Wisconsin Facility

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JBC Technologies is excited to announce the opening of its new manufacturing facility in Fitchburg, Wisconsin.  The new plant, which boasts 44,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space is almost double the size of JBC’s previous Madison location.

11/17/2021

Selection Criteria for Skin Contact Adhesives

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Selecting a stick-to-skin (skin-contact) adhesive is different from choosing an industrial pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA). Unlike static substrates such as foam, metals, plastic, felts and foils, the skin is a living, breathing substrate. It is highly elastic and can change over time as cell cycles renew frequently. This post, prepared with the help of some of our vendor partners, examines some factors to consider when selecting a skin contact adhesive for your wearable medical device or health and beauty product.

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