Manual Slitting Systems
By its very nature, a manual slitting system is practical for just about any converting application. Start with a combination of upper knives, lower knives, and knife mounting options to suit your operation. Future expansion is easy with affordable upgrades, allowing you to keep your options open and react quickly to customer needs.
- Tidland MSP Modular Slitting Positioning Systems
Tidland's MSP is more than just a slitter, it's a methodology that offers an advanced, custom-configured solution using modular pre-engineered components. If you don't need the feature, you don't pay for the feature.
- Tidland Edge-Trim
Reduce waste and increase productivity with Tidland’s Edge-Trim, a self-contained shear slitting unit for continuously moving flexible webs.
- Tidland Hitchiker - Linked Slitting System
Used in applications that involve multiple slits and need the best quality cut, Tidland’s durable and reliable Hitchiker Linked Slitting System drastically reduces web-out slitter setup time and improves slit quality.
- Tidland Slitter Shafts
Tidland’s Slitter Shafts deliver superior balance and speed while greatly reducing downtime requirements for setup and maintenance, giving the operator the peace of mind to not have to even think of the bottom of the slitting section.
Tidland MSP - Modular Slitter Postioning Systems
The point of any slitting system is to improve efficiency, speed and productivity. Tidland's Modular Slitting Positioning Systems provide quality slit edges, faster setup times and less dust, resulting in better rolls and high productivity at a cost-efficient price.
Tangent vs. Wrap Slitting
Reinhold Schable describes the benefits of each of these popular slitting methods.