Slitter power heads

I Have a loopco slitter and we move the slitter
heads in and out for set up reasons. Looking for a diff,idea for powering
the heads to move them in and out.Now we are using a trough with a cord

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Slitter power heads types
by: Anonymous

Thank you for submitting your question. If I understand you correctly you have "full head" slitter design removable by crane for re-tooling purpose.

There are many different designs to overcome this issue and make this function semi or full automatic.

The easiest are injecta type slitter heads with a slide table for 2 heads or turn table with up to 4 heads.

Going to more complicated options such as:
- CNC slitter
- automatic tooling robots
- Tolling capstan

This all depends on your budget, available space, timing you would like to save etc.

If you give me more details, I might be able to direct you with something.

Thanks,
Greg

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