Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
9291 Bryn Mawr Ave,
Chicago, IL 60018

Wilson Manufacturing displays Adjustable Anvil technology


In addition to the products on display, Wilson is showcasing its newly improved customer portal.

Wilson Manufacturing is presenting a wide range of products to the attendees at Label Congress, which opened its doors on September 29 in Rosemont, IL, USA. Among the products being discussed are Wilson’s Adjustable Anvil technology, pressure gauges and bearer wipers.

According to Wilson, the company is committed to improving its processes and machines to increase productivity in its facility. That includes bringing in new machinery to meet customer demands. This includes the Adjustable Anvil, which is on displat at Label Congress. Attendees are encouraged to stop by the Wilson booth to learn how these products can improve their functionality.

“It's exciting to be able to interact with customers in person again,” the company states. “Our team of experts is looking forward to helping connect the dots between customer needs and the products that Wilson offers.”

The Wilson Adjustable Anvil provide converters with a product that is designed to eliminate downtime and reduce waste. The durability and accuracy includes a .5 micron minimum adjustment and fully hardened tool steel construction. Converters can easily compensate for shallow or deep diecuts using the touchpad control, which allows for the maximization of die life. Once adjustments have been made, the parameters can be saved by referencing a job or die number and easily retrieved when needed. The versatility of a converter’s die inventory is also increased by allowing the same die to be used with different liner thicknesses.

In addition to the products on display, Wilson is showcasing its newly improved customer portal, which allows customers to place their own orders, track their tools, and get a quote quicker. “New equipment allows us to produce more products in a shorter amount of time, which provides quick turnaround times for the customer so they can keep their machines running,” the company adds. “Our team really focused on meeting customer expectations, even at the height of the pandemic. We stuck together and made sure orders were still being processed and customers were getting their needs met.”