CER S.A.S.

85, rue Castellion , 01104 Oyonnax
France

Telephone +33 4 74732600
Fax +33 4 74732601
otessier@itwids.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Fermac Srl

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 12 / A19
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

glasstec 2016 hall map (Hall 12): stand A19

Fairground map

glasstec 2016 fairground map: Hall 12

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.03  Edge and surface finishing technology
  • 02.03.07  Printing technology
  • 02.03.07.06  Other printing / coating technology

Other printing / coating technology

Our products

Product category: Other printing / coating technology

Triax-F

Automatic supply of bottles by an SF-600 distributor.
CNC movements for up to 16 servo driven axes.
Magnetic set for rapid changing of the silicone dies.
Indexed positioning for flask stamping.
High throughput with up to 3,800 pieces per hour.
Touch screen, making it easier to enter settings and memorize them.

Remote maintenance.
Training and commissioning on-site.
Certified for CE European safety standards.

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Product category: Other printing / coating technology

TUB-400

The TUB-400 fully meets the requirements to decorate flexible tubes.
Its unique design and many technical innovations ensure high-quality production at a high throughput rate.
Equipped with a servo driven stamping head to ensure speed and accuracy at high throughput.
Servo driven placement of the decoration or of the label (CVR).
100% quality control of the objects (CVI).
Uses metal or silicone dies.
Simple and rapid change to the labeling mode (TLA).
High throughput up to 6,600 tubes per hour.

Remote maintenance.
Training and commissioning on-site.
Certified for CE European safety standards.
There is an online production model for single, double and triple production.

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Product category: Other printing / coating technology

ultimax-a

The Ultimax A decorates spirits bottle caps at a very high rate.
The many patented technological innovations ensure uncommonly high performance and top quality decoration.
The Ultimax is the most rapid machine on the market. It can stamp up to 8,000 caps per hour in contouring over 360 degrees.
The machine is able to receive automatic distribution of the caps.
A CVI ensures 100% quality control of the caps.
A magnetic system ensures rapid positioning of the silicone die.

Remote maintenance.
Commissioning service
Training production staff.
Certified for CE European safety standards.

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Product category: Other printing / coating technology

QUADRAX-2-F

High-throughput machine for hot stamping of cosmetic mascaras with different shapes, including oval, cylindrical, triangular, square and polygonal. Laser scanning technology for automatic programming.
Automatic supply of bottles by an SF-600 distributor.
CNC movements for up to 10 digital axes.
Rapid series changeovers.
Magnetic plate to set the silicone dies.
Automatic setting of the stamping position on the flask.
High throughput with up to 3,000 pieces per hour.
Touch screen, making it easier to enter settings and memorize them.

Remote maintenance.
Training and commissioning on-site.
Certified for CE European safety standards.

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Product category: Other printing / coating technology

TRIGLASS

Designed to hot stamp glass objects at high speeds
Servo-driven equipment designed to hot stamp glass objects at high speeds. These objects are alcohol bottles with the following cross section:

Cylindrical (rolling)
Square (rolling)
Oval (vertical stamping)

The TRIGLASS machine is always equipped with

Loading conveyer with adjustable guides
Servo driven loading M2G pick and place
Two Servo driven foil advances with constant tension device for rolls up to 1000m long
Silicone roller head
Ejection conveyor with adjustable guides
Electrical cabinet with Omron programmable PLC and model

Maximum object size:

Maximum inscribed diameter: 130 mm
Maximum object length: 500 mm

 Production Speeds:

Diameter 75mm over 90° (10m/min: 2800 pph or 20m/min: 2800 pph)
Diameter 75mm over 180° (10m/min:2400 pph or 20m/min: 2800 pph)
Diameter 75 mm over 360° (10m/min: 1500 pph or 20m/min: 2200 pph)
Diameter 100 mm over 90° (10m/min: 2800 pph or 20m/min: 2800 pph)
Diameter 100 mm over 180° (10m/min: 1900 pph or 20m/min: 2800 pph)
Diameter 100 mm over 360° (10m/min: 1200 pph or 20m/min: 1900 pph)
Diameter 130 mm over 360° (10m/min: 1100 pph or 20m/min: 1700 pph)

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About us

Company details

CER is an international company, a leader in hot stamping for the cosmetics packaging industry, and present in the spirits, glass, household appliances and automobile industries.Considered to be at the forefront of innovation, its equipment is recognised worldwide for high performance and reliability.CER's headquarters is in the heart of Europe, in Oyonnax (France), a region which is called "Plastics Valley" due to the number of companies dedicated to plastics.

The company's philosophy :

The requirements of perfection and performance

CER SAS is passionate about the technologies of decoration and automation. Our know-how is at the service of companies which are searching for solutions to improve productivity.

Innovation

Our daily challenge is to develop industrial solutions to optimise and increase the productivity of our customers.

Confidence

Confidentiality, reliability of our products and our high-quality service ensure that we conduct business well with our customers.

Our staff

Our staff is the key to our success. The company is constituted of first-rank teams which help our customers to improve performance. We are multi-talented.

A bit of history

CER's experience dates back nearly a century.

In 1903, Mr. Leon COTTET-EMMARD opened a machine shop in Oyonnax, specialised in the manufacture of small tools for local companies. That is, the production of items in celluloid, such as combs and hair care items. The activities extended over time to the construction of small machines which presaged the automated equipment.

In 1925, the first hot presses appeared, designed to decorate hair care items with gold.

In 1931, Mr. Maurice COTTET-EMMARD, son of the founder, and Mr. Raymond ROULLEAU, a young arts and crafts engineer, settled into a small factory and started to explore new manufacturing areas.

In 1933 they created the first machine which could "print on any object". This generated a great deal of activity. In 1935, they were forced to leave their old workshop and construct a larger factory. This expansion was slowed down by the war, and didn't restart until 1945.

The CER Sarl company (COTTET-EMARD ROULLEAU) was formed in 1947.

It focused increasingly on the construction of machines for printing objects using an offset process, without abandoning the hot stamping presses, which was very widespread at the time. Since then, it has grown considerably. Then the advent of the silk screen printing process opened new opportunities.

CER developed a range of screen printing machines, and occupies a prominent place in the industry for printing on objects in three process areas: offset, hot stamping and screen printing.

In 1993, CER integrated the groupe Dubuit.

With its success, and in order to meet growing demand, CER created CERFOILS in January 2002 to develop and commercialise supplies and consumables for hot stamping.

In 2007, CER and CERFOILS have been acquired by the American group ITW.

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