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MAXSON Sheeter Designed to Convert Tyvek Offered

Monday, January 11, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

A versatile sheeter designed by MAXSON AUTOMATIC MACHINERY COMPANY (Westerly RI USA) to convert rolls of Tyvek into precisely stacked piles is available to the Envelope, Industrial Packaging, Medical Packaging and Graphics Industries.
 
Outfitted with a dual motor drive technology that maintains accuracies of + 0.015"  (+ 0.381 mm) sheet length and a slitter rig that can produce custom sizes in multiple piles, the MAXSON MSE Sheeter eliminates the need to guillotine oversized sheets to a finished dimension.  The technology improves productivity while minimizing costly waste.  Available in trim widths up to 65" (1651 mm) the cutter's standard configuration allows for a
16" – 55" (407 – 1400 mm) cut off, although extended lengths and shorter digital sizes can be accommodated.
 
The delivery system is outfitted with static eliminating equipment and an air delivery system that productively runs the lightweight non woven product at speeds up to 300 fpm (90 mpm).  The Sheeter's design allows quick set up (less than 5 minutes) of the cutter, delivery system and stacker permitting economical operation of small custom orders as well as longer production runs.
 
The stacker provides skids of press ready sheets weighing up to 2000 pounds (2727 kilograms).  The jog box' jogger blades and front stop are easily set without hand tools and the Sheeter's low profile permits easy access to the converted product.
 
Please contact Brent H. Burdick, Director of Sales & Marketing, for further information by telephone at (401) 596-0162 or by e-mail at bburdick@maxsonautomatic.com.

 

 

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