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  • Maxcess and Webex to merge

    February 12, 2014
    The merged company will operate as Maxcess, and retain the brands of Webex, Fife, Tidland and MAGPOWR.

  • Acquisition merges Maxcess and Webex

    Steve Katz, Editor || January 13, 2014
    The addition of Maxcess marks Bertram Capital's second investment in the web handling equipment industry.

  • Webex names new CEO

    April 9, 2013
    Prior to joining Webex, Edwards was CEO of Extrusion Dies Industries.

  • Embossing Rolls

    Embossing Rolls

    January 23, 2013
    Embossing rolls from Webex are commonly machined or engraved to within .001" tolerances according to customer-specific embossing depths and patterns. Embossing rolls designed for heat transfer applications are engineered using proprietary heat t…

  • Vacuum Roll

    Vacuum Roll

    September 10, 2012
    Webex has custom engineered a narrow web vacuum roll to provide delicate, yet precise control over super-sensitive optical film. The 6" diameter roll body features a highly polished stainless steel finish with a series of micro grooves and po…

  • Web expander roll

    October 18, 2005
    Web expander roll Webex Neenah WI USA Webex is now offering the Expander Roll, a web handling roller that uses elastic cords on the roll face to remove web wrinkles. When the roll turns, specially engineered cams stretch the surface cords. This st…

  • Webex Inc. acquires

    July 20, 2005
    Webex Inc. acquires Wisconsin roll maker Webex Inc., a manufacturer of rolls and custom web handling machinery located in Neenah, WI, has purchased Fox Companies Machining Inc., a roll manufacturer and specialty machine shop located in Greenville,…

  • Air turn bars

    July 19, 2005
    Air turn bars Webex Neenah, WI USA The air turn bars feature simple designs and rugged construction. They are standard Webex models configured to flip the web over or to change its path 90 degrees. They fit above or below other machinery eliminati…

  • Solar Light Company Inc.

    Terry Harding, Sales & Marketing Director || April 9, 2015