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On-Demand Webinar: Die-Cut Surface Protection Solutions

Posted by Lynn Zeheralis

August 16, 2018 9:17 AM

Marian recently hosted a 30-minute webinar with tesa® that discussed many of their surface protection films and tapes, including key features, and the benefits your company can see by implementing die-cuts into your processes and final products. Watch our webinar, and as an added bonus, request a FREE prototype and speak with one of our material experts.

Are Your Product's Critical Surfaces Protected Throughout Your Production Lifecycle?

Surface protection die-cut examples

Surface protection materials not only protect your final products but also provide the protection you need throughout the manufacturing and assembly process all the way to packaging and delivery.

In the webinar, you will hear from Jim Taylor. Jim is a Marian Sales Engineer with long-term experience working with device manufacturers. Jim has helped customers through material selection and die-cut design, resulting in high-quality die-cut surface protection components. 


"The customer increased their throughput by 50% with our parts, which met their target as well as increased department employee morale as the frustration of using rolls of tape greatly diminished."

- Jim Taylor, Marian Regional Sales Manager


Click the button below to watch our webinar and learn from the experts about how die-cuts can protect the critical class-a surfaces of your products.

You can also learn more about using surface protection materials and see if the investment in these materials is beneficial to your company by reading our blog post: Worth the Investment? - Surface Protection Materials.

Watch Our Webinar

Do you like what you see and want to learn more? If you're interested in learning more about Marian and our wide variety of value-adding die-cutting capabilities, give us a call at (800) 733-0062 or fill out our Contact Us Form and one of our material specialists will reach out to you. We'd love to be the solution to your next problem!


Topics: Surface Protection, Webinar