Quantum Design Inc. was started in 1986 as an electrical engineering firm targeting the industrial automation controls market. Within the first years in business, Quantum quickly grew to accommodate customer requests for complete turnkey solutions by adding control panel manufacturing capabilities.

Today, Quantum Design continues to be a leading provider of automation control solutions and strives to maintain their lead position in the industrial automation marketplace.

At Quantum Design, we understand the many challenges of a globally competitive environment. Our commitment is to provide you with cost effective solutions using the most appropriate, reliable technologies. We provide a complete solution, including the documentation you will need to support your system for many years to come.

Quantum Design's control system integration group has the resources and experiences to tackle almost any automation challenge. Our team of software and controls engineers has a broad background in current and emerging technologies. We have the staff to design, program, build and commission your control system. We apply our wealth of machine and process control expertise, gained through years of working in a broad range of industries, to solve each customer's unique challenges.

Quantum Design will help you achieve faster time to market, measurable cost reduction and superior quality.  Don't just take our word for it, see what our customers have to say!

Additional Quantum Design Product Lines



Quantum Design purchased the Centro-Metalcut product line from Tricam Inc. in December 2007. Centro-Metalcut has been manufacturing custom large-scale Abrasive Saws and Conditioning Grinders for the steel industry for over 40 years. Their progressive equipment designs are a result of many years of experience and continual technical improvement. Every machine built is fully tested to the highest quality standards and workmanship. With products in virtually every large steel mill in the world, Centro-Metalcut has become a globally known industry leader in cutting and grinding machines.  For more information please visit www.centrometalcut.com.


Formerly known as Keene Technology, KTI was purchased by Quantum Design in February 2014. Established in 1985, KTI is a world-class manufacturer of automatic splicers, turret rewinders and other web handling equipment. From their initial offering to the newspaper market, they have expanded to serve many other web-fed industries: tag and label, packaging, converting, business forms, envelope, folding carton and more. KTI currently has in excess of 3,000 machines operating in 24 countries. In response to the expanding customer base, they have diversified their product line to include infeeds, unwind and rewind stands, butt splicers, and multi-spindle and slitter rewinders. KTI’s steady growth over the past twenty five years is a testament to their equipment’s ability to maximize the production of virtually any web-fed process line.  For more information please visit www.ktiusa.com.


Quantum Roll Sheeter products are superior in performance and reliability in the roll sheeter market and are backed by a highly innovative design staff in mechanical and controls engineering.  With standard roll sheeter models accommodating press requirements 40" to 81" and everything in between, Quantum provides the best roll sheeter on the market along with the ongoing support needed to insure successful installation, start up and continuing operational maintenance throughout the life of the machine.  For more information please visit www.rollsheeter.com.

CTC International was purchased by Quantum Design in August 2018. Established in 1961, CTC is a leading manufacturer of narrow and mid-web unwind and rewind equipment and related products.  CTC’s Automatic Roll Changing Unwinders and Rewinders provide efficient non-stop operation, keeping your converting process rolling.  CTC products are in use on 6 continents in over 40 countries.  Companies of all sizes have relied on CTC over the years to provide efficient, durable converting equipment.  For more information on CTC, please visit www.ctcint.com or call 815-885-1300.