Custom Converting Equipment

VSR III: Duplex Stacked Shear Slitter Rewinder

Duplex Shear Slitting Machine

This machine is a modification of our own VSR (Versa) design and was built to slit coated foils to small widths using the stacked shear slitting method. With speeds of up to 400 fpm, this machine is capable of slitting unwind rolls of up to 30″ diameter into multiple rolls at 1″ wide onto a 1.0″ core. With an automatic 

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150″ Heat Sealing Station

Heat Sealing Station

The Heat Sealing Station above was built in conjunction with a 100+” Sheeting Machine. This heat seal station can be integrated in-line with a current sheeting process or used as a stand alone unit for more manual applications. This unit was built to seal multiple PE materials together in order to create a strong seal to avoid layer separation.  

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Multiple Unwind Modules with Edge Guiding Capability

During slitting, having control of the unwinding process can be just as important as having control of your rewinding process. The unwind modules shown here were built for a customer who was looking to upgrade and improve the unwinding segment of their current slitting process. These modules were built and integrated into current slitting lines and added the capability to  Read more…

During slitting, having control of the unwinding process can be just as important as having control of your rewinding process. The unwind modules shown here were built for a customer who was looking to upgrade and improve the unwinding segment of their current slitting process. These modules were built and integrated into current slitting lines and added the capability to 

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VSR 60″ Shear Slitting Machine w/ Auto Doffing

This VSR 60″ Shear Slitting Machine is a custom machine built to handle large rolls. The machine shown here slits material using the shear cutting technique, rewinds onto 12″ cantilevered differential shafts, and unloads the slit rolls automatically to reduce operator handling. Built with the operator’s safety in mind, the pedestal control center can be placed away from the machine  Read more…

This VSR 60″ Shear Slitting Machine is a custom machine built to handle large rolls. The machine shown here slits material using the shear cutting technique, rewinds onto 12″ cantilevered differential shafts, and unloads the slit rolls automatically to reduce operator handling. Built with the operator’s safety in mind, the pedestal control center can be placed away from the machine 

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Versa 3: Duplex Slitter Rewinder

The VERSA III Slitter Rewinder, or VSR III, is designed to be an operator-friendly machine that can withstand the rigors of day-to-day production. 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 idler rollers. The VSR III is a center winder  Read more…

The VERSA III Slitter Rewinder, or VSR III, is designed to be an operator-friendly machine that can withstand the rigors of day-to-day production. 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 idler rollers. The VSR III is a center winder 

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Wide Web Surface Slitter Rewinder

The machine seen here is a custom surface slitter rewinder built to handle large rolls. This machine was built with a heavy duty shaftless unwind stand, a walkover for blade and threading access, as well as, a score slitting package built for cutting 220″+ rolls into rolls of smaller widths. Our capabilities and past project experiences provide us with the ability to  Read more…

The machine seen here is a custom surface slitter rewinder built to handle large rolls. This machine was built with a heavy duty shaftless unwind stand, a walkover for blade and threading access, as well as, a score slitting package built for cutting 220″+ rolls into rolls of smaller widths. Our capabilities and past project experiences provide us with the ability to 

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