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DynaSys International Registered ISO
On December 17, 2003, the employees of DynaSys International
passed their final audit for registration as an ISO 9001:2000 company. We at
DynaSys International hope the commitment to quality, that ISO registration
embodies, will help us to maintain the path to our quality goals in the new year.
Magnatech International Now Able to
Represent Itself in Asia
DynaSys International employees in Asia have been able to build
sales for Magnatech from no machines being sold three years ago to over three
million in sales this year. Sales were so good that Magnatech decided to
end our contract, and employ our salesman directly. We wish them well.
International and Davis Standard sign the first Independent Service Provider
This landmark agreement with Davis Standard designates DynaSys
International as an Independent Service Provider (ISP) that is qualified to work
on Davis Standard systems. DynaSys International is the first company to
sign such an agreement with Davis Standard. The territory assigned to
DynaSys Is all of Asia.
Looking to Upgrade Davis Standard systems, replace an old
HES-401 or HES-301 temperature controller, or just need your lines serviced, Call DynaSys
International. Our service rates are very competitive and our low overhead
ensures your factory will get more bang for the buck in a system upgrade.
DynaSys Sells Used Wire Lines to Vietnam
DynaSys International has recently brokered some foam-skin
telephone wire production
lines to a new company in Vietnam. The lines were located in the Phelps
Dodge factory in El Salvador.
They were disassembled and moved to Vietnam with local people. DynaSys also helped to
manage the de-installation of the old machinery, the planning of the new factory
layout and the commissioning of the lines in Vietnam. The equipment was originally
provided to Phelps Dodge by Varisystems and consists of Davis Standard, Nokia Mallieffer,
Cortinovis and Pourtier machinery.
Haley Controls Closes its Doors Forever
At the end of June, 2004, there was an auction of the remaining
assets of Haley Controls. While they were a competitor at times, we still
hate to see them go.
The former Chief Engineer of Haley Controls is a DynaSys
International engineer. If you have a problem with a Haley system, he can
probably help you.
Over the years, DynaSys has repaired, replaced or upgraded many
Haley control systems that were sold as either Maillefer wire lines or Harris
Printing Presses. On a recent wire extrusion upgrade, we replaced 10
Reliance drives and the temperature controls on two lines with touch screen
controls and Allen Bradley drives. It took only 10 days from start to
DynaSys can provide service and updates
to Hi-Tech Extrusion's lines.
Hi-Tech Extrusion was noted for the innovations they brought to
the rubber industry. These include
Many of the machines that have become commonplace on rubber door
seal lines were first used on Hi-Tech produced lines. Hi-Tech closed its
doors during the past year.
The president of DynaSys International is the former chief
engineer and VP of Hi-Tech extrusion. He took an active role in the design
of the innovative devices produced by Hi-Tech Extrusion. If you have any
of their machinery or control systems, he can help you with repairs, updates and
DynaSys to Provide Asian Service for
Thermoplastics Engineering Corporation (TEC)
Thermoplastics Engineering Corporation of Leominster,
Massachusetts will be using DynaSys International's Asian engineers to startup
and repair their wire systems in Asia. Mr. Erik Macs, TEC's VP of Sales
and Marketing, chose DynaSys as their service partner for Asia in order to
reduce their cost of servicing products in Asia, reduce their engineers' field
time and to improve their service response time in Asia.
Did it work? Judging from the positive response from
their Chinese customers and the new orders for machinery, yes it did!
DynaSys Repairs Cabletrade Machines
The demise of Cabletrade of Canada has left several
customers with machines that were not completely commissioned. In most
cases the accumulator section of the payoff or take-up accumulator was not
The original concept was to run the accumulator in a speed
mode, but this never worked very well. DynaSys engineers were able to
convert the accumulator to a tension mode drive system. In this mode, the
accumulator also becomes the dancer for the payoff or take-up.
The change in modes requires a few simple changes in the
wiring, about $300 in components and one and a half weeks of
reprogramming. In the two factories where this change was made, it was
possible to change reels at full line speed for the first time.
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