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Joe Bliss

Joe Bliss is a certified Professional Mechanical Engineer, entrepreneur, founder and President of JBC Technologies, Inc. His early experience ranged from designing fuel nozzles for jet engines to launching an innovative emergency parking and control valve found on almost every dashboard of class 8 air braked trucks produced worldwide. Joe has applied his 30+ years of engineering and entrepreneurial problem solving skills in the area of die cutting and converting to make JBC Technologies into a world class innovative company that focuses on total business solutions.

Recent Posts

Part 2: The Basics of Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) Failure

Posted by Joe Bliss on Sep 15, 2016 3:30:48 PM

In Part 1 of the Basics of Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Failure, we talked in depth about the surface preparation and language. In Part 2, we will walk through the steps of an application of a PSA and how it will affect the bond performance.

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Topics: Adhesives, Engineering

Part 1: The Basics of Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) Failure

Posted by Joe Bliss on Sep 8, 2016 5:29:22 PM

When considering Pressure Sensitive Adhesives, you must look at many aspects including the failures. Engineers always look at all aspects including failures to avoid something going wrong. This two part series will address the language, importance of surface cleanliness, and the application of a PSA. 

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Topics: Adhesives, Die Cutting, Engineering

Lamination and Value-Added Die Cutting

Posted by Joe Bliss on Jul 14, 2016 10:30:00 AM

JBC Technologies can create multi-layered laminated materials to impart the physical or performance properties that your application requires. Multi-layered laminations are created when a single substrate cannot provide all the desired characteristics required. Then with our precision die cutting capabilities, whether it’s a one-off prototype or high-volume production, JBC die cuts laminated materials into complex shapes to tight tolerances. By understanding JBC’s laminating capabilities, engineers can leverage our converting expertise for complete value-added solutions.

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Topics: Adhesives, Die Cutting

Die Cut Thermal and Acoustical Insulation

Posted by Joe Bliss on Jun 2, 2016 12:01:11 PM

Manufacturers in many different industries incorporate thermal and acoustical insulation into their product designs. Die cut insulation isn’t new, but designers want the latest and most cost-effective solutions whenever there’s excessive heat or noise. To ensure customer comfort and safety, as well as product quality and reliability, engineers look for an edge. Don’t hesitate to engage your die cutter early in the design process, their breadth of expertise in available materials may be invaluable to quickly hone in on a solution.

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Topics: Die Cutting, Engineering

Die Cut Flexible Materials: Part Tolerances and Hole Placement

Posted by Joe Bliss on May 4, 2016 8:31:42 AM

Engineers who design metal parts are familiar with manufacturing processes such as machining, spinning, and stamping. Similarly, engineers who specialize in rigid plastic components learn about design guidelines for plastic machining, injection molding, and thermoforming. Die cutting is a versatile and cost-effective parts production technique, but the design guidelines that apply to metal and rigid plastic parts aren’t identical to the ones for die cut flexible materials.

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Topics: Die Cutting, Engineering