Category: Hot Knife Slitting Machines | Pinnacle Converting Equipment

Used: VSR-74-R-S-C: VSR Slitting Machine

The VSR-74 as seen here is a current fixture in our own Converting Department. This machine is capable of hitting speeds of 1000 fpm and can slit material using Shear, Score, Razor, and Hot-Knife slitting methods. Further details on this machine are below.    Read more…

The VSR-74 as seen here is a current fixture in our own Converting Department. This machine is capable of hitting speeds of 1000 fpm and can slit material using Shear, Score, Razor, and Hot-Knife slitting methods. Further details on this machine are below.  

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HSRE-74: Hot Knife Slitter Rewinder

The HSRE is the simplest Hot Knife Slitting Machine that we offer. It is designed for roll sizes of up to 14″ in diameter. Perfect for materials such as nylon and poly-cotton fabrics, this machine can hot knife slit rolls of material that requires a sealed edge to prevent fraying. More specs and details are below:    Read more…

The HSRE is the simplest Hot Knife Slitting Machine that we offer. It is designed for roll sizes of up to 14″ in diameter. Perfect for materials such as nylon and poly-cotton fabrics, this machine can hot knife slit rolls of material that requires a sealed edge to prevent fraying. More specs and details are below:  

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HSR-Hot Knife Slitter Rewinder

Hot Knife Slitting Machine

The HSR is similar to the HSRE but can handle more of a workload and has higher speed capabilities. This machine was designed to slit materials such as nylon and sailcloth with a sealed edge. The HSR is operator friendly with easy to locate and adjust blade holders as well as east and convenient controls. If you are looking to 

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HSRE- Economical Hot Knife Slitter Rewinder

HSRE Hot Knife Slitter Rewinder

The Economical HOT KNIFE Slitter Rewinder, or HSRE, is an affordable version of the HSR and built to handle the day-to-day production for materials requiring a sealed edge. Designed for low-medium usage, the design keeps the web path as short as possible to avoid any contaminants, scratching, or wrinkles that can be introduced to the web when traveling over numerous 

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