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Semi-Automatic Thermal Paper Slitter Machine
Typical Uses: GP-X paper roll slitting machine is typically utilized in traditional operator. The rewinder can be used for a wide variety of roll products: point of sale, ATM, lottery ticket, airline boarding passes, counter, butcher, newsprint, roof underlayment, home and auto masking, doctor exam, pressure sensitive labels and many more.
Operator Responsibilities Each Cycle: The operator is responsible for loading cores, and placing the mandrel into the paper roll slitter machine rewinding station, cut the tails, wrap the tails around the cores, tuck the tails, wind the roll to the desired length, manually transfer the finished rolls to a packing table. The operator—dictates the cycle time.

Standard Features: (In addition to the previously identified GPPE features)
  1. Manual mandrel insertion system.
  2. Manual tail cutter.
  3. Manual gluing/tapping .
  4. Manual roll packing.
  5. Upgradable to 2-ply configurations.
Specifications
Critical Specifications:
Maximum Web Speed
1-Ply……………………………………… 2300 fpm (300 mpm)
2-Ply (optional)……………………… 1200 fpm (120 mpm)
Maximum Web Width………………………….. 54 inches (1100 mm)
Maximum Unwind Roll Diameter…………. 50 inches (1270 mm)
Maximum Unwind Roll Weight…………….. 3303 lbs. (1500 kg)
Minimum Rewind Diameter (option for 1.18” (30mm) is available)…………………… 1.50 inches (38.1 mm)
Maximum Rewind Diameter…………………..12 inches (200 mm)
Minimum Rewind Core O.D……………………0.5 inches (12.7 mm)
Maximum Rewind Core O.D………………….. 1 inches (25.4 mm)
Optional Features
Flexo-printing:The Flexo printing feature is used for online printing when slitting rolls, paper accumulate buffer keep the printing nonstop during the cycles gap.up to 4 color on -line printing
Double web system:By adding an additional unwind stand and the dual web package, the operator can load two narrow width master rolls into the machine and process both rolls simultaneously. This allows the operator to maximize slitting efficiency when processing long runs of narrow width master rolls.