Rotary Slitting Principles and Applications, Part 3

THE MACHINES Although design details vary, slitting installations fall into either of two very distinct design styles. A good many lines for light gauge, small coils of narrow width (Fig. 17) have the slitter and recoiler assembled on a common base....

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Rotary Slitting Principles and Applications Part 2

Tooling It becomes evident that the tooling components, the accuracy of the tooling, the precision with which it is assembled and adjusted, and the rigidity of the assembly are vital to the end result. Because of the importance of the...

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Rotary Slitting Principles and Applications, Part 1

It’s an established fact that the consumption of coiled steel or coiled metals is rapidly increasing. The continuity it provides, the opportunity for scrap reduction, the material and production economies and the improved product consistency are all advantageous to...

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The Complete Roll Forming Line

The complete roll forming line can take one of two approaches to the processing of a particular part. It can be arranged to produce that part from: Precut lengths Coiled strip Some parts demand the cut length approach; however, the most efficient, productive, consistent,...

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AISTECH Cleveland 2015 – Booth 2146

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International Roofing Expo, New Orleans – Booth 1661

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International Sign Expo, Las Vegas 2015 – Booth 503

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FABTECH Chicago – Booth s1802

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NEW – Tishken XHS Slitter Redesign with Roll-a-Head

Tishken recently updated its Slitting System designs for producing narrow coils widths in high production and frequent changeover environments.  To maximize productivity and support the sensitive knife setups of narrow mult slitting, the systems offer Tishken’s Roll-a-Head feature for...

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