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How To Distinguish Between Slitting Machine And Cross Cuttin

2019-05-09 16:59   admin

Slitting machine and cross-cutting machine, the names of these two mechanical devices are the only one-word difference, and they are used for the splitting processing of articles. However, there are fundamental differences between the two cutting devices. Let me Let's introduce these two devices one by one.
Slitting machine is a kind of mechanical equipment for slitting wide-width paper, mica tape or film into a plurality of narrow-width materials. It is commonly used in papermaking machinery, wire, and cable mica tape and printing and packaging machinery. The main application of the 3 Mm Slitting Line is mica tape, paper, insulating material, and film slitting, especially suitable for slitting of narrow tape (insulation material, mica tape, film, etc.). The slitting machine divides a large roll of paper, film, non-woven fabric, aluminum foil, mica tape, and other thin materials into pre-press and post-press equipment of different widths. It is often used in paper machine and printing and packaging machinery. The machine continuously controls from a single motor to dual motor, and the three motors develop more stable and efficient when the machine speed is faster.
3 Mm Coil Slitting Machine, 3 Mm Slitting Line
Cross-cutting machine:
The cross cutter is a carton processing machine. The cross-cutting machine in the corrugated board production line is the mechanical equipment for the cutting of the finished cardboard. The technical performance and the adjustment of the equipment directly affect whether the cutting size of the finished cardboard is accurate, whether the pressing line is broken and whether the appearance of the slit is smooth and beautiful. The cross cutter is suitable for longitudinal and transverse slitting of various types of paper. Such as gold and silver cardboard, plain rainbow paper, laser security paper, white paper and all kinds of thin paper. Widely applicable to horizontal or vertical shearing of trademarks, cigarette labels, calendars, wine boxes, poker, paper-plastic composites.