Papers that are not to be sold in web form are trimmed to the correct size with cross cutters. The webs to be cut are hung on an unwinder stand in such a way that each roll can be braked individually. The continuous paper web is then cut into sheets by a rotating knife. The length of the sheets is adjusted by changing the speed at which the knife rotates. To ensure that sheets are stacked correctly in the lay boy at the high operating speeds which are usual today, our cross cutter functions with a sheet overlapping system. This utilises belts running at a lower speed so that the sheets are slowed down and layered like overlapping tiles as they leave the cutter. At the end, they are counted and stacked.
Model Bielomatik P 23-02 | Manufacturer Bielomatik | Constructed in 2005