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slitter

see teat slitter.
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The slitter will accept 60,000# master coils with 20"/24" IDs, and deliver 78" OD slit coils with 20"/24" IDs.
Historical data (2009-2014) and information provided in this research cover 2009-2014 Slitter Production by Regions(such as US EU China Japan etc), by technology (key product types), by applications and by key manufacturers.
Winder automation began 30 years ago with automatic slitter change and has now progressed to full automation, which is referred to as "continuous winding.
Sharpening would require removing the rounding at the end of the shear type slitter punch or blade, and perhaps squaring the end of the support.
We provide Converting Solutions that include top slitters, score slitters, razor slitters, razor blades, multi-grooved knife blocks, circular pera, core cutters, top slitter holders, pneumatic air holders, rotary cutoff knives, web splicers and sheeter knives, produced in a wide range of materials and finishes.
Also at auction is a World Wide converting machinery V-101 water soluble coating machine, a Vertech M60-STD high-density cardboard baling machine, a Camaron 60 inch slitter rewinder, a Dusenberry core cutter with a single-phase 1/3 hp motor, and a locally fabricated slitter.
The Aquila V-G is a narrow slitter that can use the Combocut slitting cassette.
This skiver is said to be the first that can utilize two winders and a slitter for skiving film rolls of two different widths simultaneously.
The company started in Muncie, Indiana with one slitter and in a very short time was profitable and running two (2) shifts.
An ergonomically designed slitter rig module is a feature of Maxson's Dual Knife Rotary Sheeters.