ROTOCONTROL announces the RSC compact slitter/rewinder inspection machine
Press release from the issuing company
Ahrensburg, Germany - Following the successful launch of the RSI series modular slitter/rewinder inspection machines, Marco Aengenvoort, Managing Director, is pleased to announce the follow-on RSC series slitter/rewinder inspection machines which will be demonstrated at Labelexpo Brussels September 23-26, 2009 Stand 7M105.
Targeted at convertors who prefer a compact, small footprint design but demand rugged, robust stability and reliable quality for their long-term investment, the RSC 340 and 440 German designed and manufactured slitter/rewinder machines offer an impressive standard feature set.
"The ROTOCONTROL RSC offers a full suite of standard features in an economical, compact, extremely robust machine designed to maximize operator efficiency resulting in more time producing labels and less time in set up" states Marco Aengenvoort.
Standard features of the RSC 340 and 440 include:
• 20mm thick aluminum main plate with all steel support cabinet
• S-Drive servo web control and software
• Vertical inspection area
• Swing arm mounted operator panel and monitors
• Standard cartridge shear knife slitting system featuring on-machine blade adjust
• Cartridge system accepts razor blade holders/blades- no additional cartridges required
• Slitting system includes in and outfeed nip to ensure optimal tension regardless of rewind tension setting
• Adjustable rewind height
• Label counting including butt cut
Fully integrated 100% Vision inspection systems or missing label detection options are also available as well as a complete film package including dual rewind, ultrasonic webguide, servo driven unwind and anti-static bars. ROTOCONTROL provides telephone and onsite technical support for all existing ROTOCONTROL slitter/rewinder machines and new installations.
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