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Automated sheeting system.

The CompuSheeter II is said to be the ideal sheeter for a number of materials, including rubber, plastic, vinyl and more. It features a variable-frequency vector drive, and the rate of speed depends on size and type of material and desired tolerance. Also standard on the CompuSheeter II is a 200 lb. unwind, a tension brake with 3" cores, a user-friendly PLC control system that requires no additional training and programmable length control for tolerances of [+ or -] 1/16". The CompuSheeter II offers such options as razor slitting, score slitting, shear slitting, ultrasonic slitting, multiple unwind, unwind roll lift, variable edge cutting, unwind capacity up to 10,000 lbs., take-off tables, automatic web guide, photoelectric cut-off, custom stacker and inline sheeting. Custom programming and configurations are available, as well as companion stackers. (Contech)

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Title Annotation:Equipment
Publication:Rubber World
Date:Jan 1, 2004
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