Roller Types in industrial manufacturing impact nearly every manufactured product that we come in contact with daily. At some point in its production it has likely in whole — or in part — been shaped or touched by a roller. As the world leader in roller technology, undoubtedly RotaDyne has had experience manufacturing that specific type of roller. There is no industry that RotaDyne has left untouched.

A partial list of some of the more well-known roller types RotaDyne is expert at manufacturing.

  • Ablation Rollers: For precise laser printing and breath-taking lithography
  • Anilox Rollers: When ink measurement is critical
  • Anvil Rollers: For maximum performance and high precision die cutting
  • Back Up Rollers: For high running accuracy in any stacked configuration
  • Blown Film Rollers: Working in tandem with nip rollers for proper plastics & film extrusion
  • Bridle Rollers: When resistance to marking and scratching is critical
  • Calendar Rollers: A universal “must have” in the textile and paper industries
  • Chevron Rollers: For the most damage-free, even agricultural field cut
  • Chill Rollers: When temperature is important
  • Coating Rollers: For decorative and functional rolling of manufactured products
  • Conveying Rollers: Used for powerhouse production to keep the job moving along
  • Diamond Rollers: Mainstay in the offset business
  • Digital Rollers: Great for high temperatures and high volume
  • Drive Rollers: When a reliable conveyor is needed for assemblies or packaging
  • Engraved Rollers: Backbone of decorative laminate, textiles, and paper lines
  • Embossed Rollers: When absorbency, flexibility and product handling needs a boost
  • Feed Rollers: For aggressive gripping and steady feeds are called for
  • Flexography Rollers: A perennial printing tool
  • Gravure Rollers: When engravers and printers demand precise impressions
  • Grinding Rollers: When high pressure need to be applied to feed materials
  • Groove Rollers: Critical for proper weight distribution
  • Heat Rollers: When temperature is important
  • Idler Rollers: For challenging applications like high heat or harsh chemicals
  • Ink Rollers: Crucial in printing
  • Knurled Rollers: When handling ease is paramount
  • Laminating Rollers: For a wide-range of coating applications
  • Laser Rollers: Needed for laser print applications
  • Liquid Extraction Rollers: Used when high-quality pressure rollers are needed to draw off liquid
  • Mandrel Rollers: Offers maximum stability during rotating operations
  • Metal Protection Rollers: When rollers are subject to heavy wash down or regular exposure to liquids
  • Metering Rollers: A resilient part of the offset process
  • Nip Rollers: When transport pressure and pull accuracy are important
  • Oscillator Rollers: When superior substance break-up and distribution is required
  • Release Rollers: For quick release — timed properly each and every time
  • Rule Rollers: A versatile staple in die cutting
  • Slitter Rollers: For precisely-size manufactured consumer receipts and products
  • Spreader Rollers: For removing wrinkles, widen webs, and separate slits
  • Squeegee Rollers: For smoothing a finished product or removing air bubbles
  • Substack Protection Rollers: When protecting materials from marring during stacking is crucial
  • Textile Rollers: Economical and quick rich pattern printing
  • Thread Rollers: Preferred for strong, smooth and precise external threading forms
  • Treating Rollers: When heat enhances roller performance
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