Founded in 2002 by John Dignam and John Migliazzo, both Mechanical Engineers, our core business remains the rebuilding of Narrow Web Flexographic presses. Although we often start with used machinery, in the course of our rebuilding, we upgrade the machine’s productivity by adding components such as tension control systems, UV dryers and AC motors and drives. As our industry demanded more sophisticated capabilities, especially with regard to Rotary Die-Cutting, in 2004 we added a Controls Engineer, Ted Palmer. At this point, we were able to utilize Servo driven motors and PLC controls, to further expand both our capabilities and the capabilities of our Rebuilt Machines.
Taking into account Service, Repairs, and Installations, our Director of Engineering, John Migliazzo has worked on hundreds of machines. Because we specialize in used machinery, John has an in-depth perspective of the how machinery in the Converting Industry has evolved. When our customers buy from J&J, they count on this experience and rely on the fact that we do our own service and our own machinery moving & installations.
When added together, the team members at J&J have over 75 years of combined service in the Graphic Arts industry. With our understanding of the past, and an eye on the future, J&J provides our customers with the confidence that they are getting the right machine for their application.