Splicing/Ironing Machines have in- or off-line designs.

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Opti-Splice(TM) 1000 & 2000 machines utilize ultrasonic energy to splice (1000 series) then iron (2000 series) material to form continuous runs of fabric that accommodates any width. Ironing creates smooth, unobtrusive joint that increases seam strength. Portable and self-contained, equipment can be used on multiple lines for end-to-end web splicing. Both Opti-Splice(TM) 1000 and Opti-Splice(TM) 2000 offer vertical or horizontal configuration.



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The New Chase Opti-Splice(TM) Series Renders Seams Usable


WEST WARWICK, RI (January 31, 2002) - Chase Machine & Engineering, Inc. announced today that it has completed development of the new Opti-Splice(TM) 1000 & 2000 Series machines that ultrasonically butt splices and irons thermoplastic films, woven and nonwoven synthetic fabric to form a continuous run of fabric accommodating any width.

By utilizing ultrasonic energy, the new equipment is used to first splice (1000 series) and then iron (2000 series) the material. The ironing feature creates a smooth, unobtrusive joint that increases seam strength. The equipment offers the advantage of eliminating the use of consumables including tapes, glues and staples, thus making the joint fully usable in most applications.

By making the Opti-Splice(TM) Series portable and self-contained, the equipment can be used on multiple lines for end-to-end web splicing. Both the Opti-Splice(TM) 1000 and Opti-Splice(TM) 2000 feature in-line and off-line design as well as vertical or horizontal configuration.

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