Model 3750 slitter/rewinder accommodates wider webs with larger rewind diameters.
(Neenah, Wis.) - REM Model 3750 is a highly versatile, duplex center/surface slitter/rewinder designed to handle paper, laminates, non-wovens, fabrics, pressure sensitive tapes and label stocks. The Model 3750 incorporates automatic minimum gap, programmed surface, center surface, programmed differential and locked core winding techniques all within the same machine.
The 3750 runs web widths from 50 to 84 inches, web tensions of ¼ to 4 PLI, unwind/rewind diameters up to 48 inches, and web speeds to 1,500 FPM. Score, razor and shear slitting to ½ inch wide is common. Available with cantilevered or lift out rewind mandrels and optional removable shear slitting modules (shown) to set up alternate slit patterns while machine is running for minimal down time during slit width changes.
REM: www.rem-mfg.com 920-729-6666
REM Manufacturing first engineered and built sophisticated slitting/rewinding machinery in 1978. From its plant in New Jersey, REM customers grew to include some of the industry's biggest names in specialized converting operations throughout the U.S. In 2010, REM was acquired by Webex Inc., North America's largest supplier of precision process rollers for the converting industry. REM manufacturing operations were moved to Webex headquarters in Neenah, Wisconsin. Along with precision process rolls of all kinds, Webex also engineers and builds custom converting machine lines and modules for many diverse applications and materials. REM slitters/rewinders is considered and excellent fit with Webex's engineering and machinery manufacturing capabilities.