Self Adhesive Stickers Slitting Machine
- Max unwinding width : 1300mm
- Max unwinding diameter:800mm
- Max rewinding diameter :800
- 2 pcs 3-inch differential friction shaft for rewinding
- Optional : laser core alignment and automatic unloading system
|Item||Self Adhesive Stickers Slitting Machine|
|Max Unwinding Width||1300mm|
|Max Unwinding Diameter||800mm|
|Max Rewinding Diameter||800mm|
|Rewinding Shaft||3-inch differential friction shaft|
|Material||Self-adhesive label, plastic film|
|Min Slitting Width||30-1300mm|
Fiberglass UD Tape Spooling
Around the end of 2021, Jota Machinery independently developed this slitting traverse spooling machine.
We first slit and spool the fiberglass UD tape. You can watch a video to see how this machine works.
Carbon Fiber Prepreg Tape Winding
Due to the light weight of the carbon fiber prepreg tape. At present, it has been widely used in the market.
The commonly used industry for prepreg tape is aerospace, so our machine is also aimed at this industry.
The JT-SLT-250S machine is also given the function of peeling off the PE film.
16 Axis Traverse Winding Machine
In 2022, we customized a 16-axis traverse spooling machine for the top customers in the CFRTP industry.
The customer personally operated this set winding machine. Even the speed can reach an amazing winding speed of 95m/min.
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Self Adhesive Stickers Slitting Machine
There are countless uses for self-adhesive labels in the office, at home, and on the go.
They are wonderful for organizing, labeling, and keeping track of everything from your keys to your project files.
The simple peel-and-stick application makes them straightforward to utilize.
Normally Jota Machinery supplies numerous ways to cut self-adhesive labels, including die-cutting, and slitting or sticker label production line(cutting from a large roll into a width of 320mm and putting it on a die-cutting machine to produce each different shape of sticker).
Today, we will focus on self-adhesive slitting technology.
Common self-adhesive jumbo rolls on the market have a width between 1080 and 1530 millimeters and a length between 1000 and 1200 millimeters.
Therefore, a slitting machine is required while creating stickers. Our 1300F slitting machine an adhesive label use cutting machine.
Our upgraded large-scale slitting machine is 1300F. It can cut sticky textiles, non-woven fabrics, and plastic films.
Let us introduce the 1300F slitter rewinder from the below item.
- Pneumatic unwiding stand
- Round slitting blade
- Razor slitting blade
- Razor slitting blade
- Differential friction shaft
- Laser core alignment technology
Pneumatic unwinding stand
The economic pneumatic unwinder stand is designed for unwinding parent rolls weighing less than 1000.00 kilograms.
Our 3-inch air-expanding shaft and the national standard jumbo roll are adaptable. 3-inch accommodates numerous giant rolls.
Please contact us if the inner diameter of your paper tube is 6 inches or other non-standard characteristics, and we will give you a conversion mold.
Round slitting blade
Circular slitting blades are useful for cutting paper the blade is crafted from high-quality tool steel, which is exceptionally sharp and durable.
Special methods of hardening and tempering the blade assure its durability and cutting prowess.
All our slitting knives are adjustable to achieve the desired slitting width, simply combine the lower knife holders.
Jota Machinery suggests watching this video to learn how to alter the slitting width.
Razor slitting blade
The blades of slitting razors are crafted from high-quality carbon steel with precision ground teeth and are carefully polished and heat-treated for resilience.
The razor blade is intended for slitting plastic film or BOPP tape.
This slitting blade extends the life of your plastics equipment and improves the accuracy of the cutting process, allowing you to retain consistent product quality.
We have a variety of sizes and shapes to accommodate any need.
Differential friction shaft
Friction shaft, also known as differential firction shaft. It is attached to the rewinding shaft of the slitting machine with the intention of using the idea of slipping each slip ring onto the slip shaft to create several rolls on the shaft to maintain continuous tension for rewinding.
Widely utilized, the slitting machine divides a single roll of web material into numerous rolls.
After slitting diverse materials on one or two shafts, the rewinding shaft winds the multi-reel material consistently, neatly, and with constant tension from the core to the outer layer.
However, there is a certain mistake in thickness due to the material’s uneven thickness.
When the coil material is wound repeatedly, the diameter of each coil will become increasingly inaccurate over time.
This results in a greater variation in coiling speed and tension between strips.
This results in uneven roll material tension and uneven end faces. In extreme instances, the material is ruined and discarded because of excessive tension.
Not only does the polyester film have a substantial thickness inaccuracy, but it also has a high elongation rate and is readily stretched and distorted, resulting in waste.
The slip shaft has a unique design and is composed of many slip rings, allowing it to avoid the issues.
During operation, the slip ring is controlled to slip with a specific slip torque value (torque), and the slip amount only compensates for the speed difference, allowing the tension of each material roll to be accurately controlled and a consistent tension to be wound, hence ensuring coiling quality.
With the improvement of people’s living conditions and the advancement of science and technology, flexible packaging products are subject to increasingly stringent regulations.
The needed elongation of the film is shrinking, while the winding end surface uniformity is increasing.
Tension management imposes stricter standards.
The tension control precision of the winding shaft directly determines the elongation of the slitting product and the regularity of the end face.
Hence, a slip shaft is required.
When the friction shaft is utilized, the speed of the slitting machine, the precision of the winding, the level of automation, the amount of time required for preparation, and the humanization of the operation can all be enhanced.
A slip shaft is used to alleviate the difficulties of winding a range of thin-cast polyester materials with low stretch resistance and substantial thickness mistakes.
The precious metal foil is wound with a differential shaft, which substantially increases the rate of authentic products and decreases production expenses.
It is applicable for high speed, big material thickness error, multi-stage tension control, high precision tension control, and tidy end winding, and may be used for tensions ranging from the lowest to the highest.
Laser core alignment technology
Laser core align technology is a new correction technique that we offer. Its objective is to improve the precision of your cutting and winding effects.
After adding the infrared ray tube alignment device, the infrared ray will indicate where to position the paper tube and slitting knife for proper operation.
Adjusting the slitting width and rewinding the paper tube is straightforward. At a look, it is evident whether the length of the paper tube is longer or shorter.
This is an introduction to the 1300F machine for slicing self-adhesive label stickers.
Please contact us if you would like a quote for this equipment.
A self-adhesive label is a type of label that has an adhesive backing, which allows it to stick to a surface without the need for additional glue or tape.
These labels are also known as pressure-sensitive labels because they use pressure to activate the adhesive and create a bond between the label and the surface.
Self-adhesive labels are commonly used in a variety of applications, including product labeling, shipping and logistics, inventory management, and branding.
They are available in a wide range of sizes, shapes, colors, and materials, making them a versatile labeling solution for many industries.
One of the advantages of self-adhesive labels is that they are easy to apply and can be customized to meet specific needs.
They can be printed with logos, barcodes, and other information, and can be made from materials that are resistant to moisture, UV light, and other environmental factors.
Additionally, self-adhesive labels can be designed to be removable or permanent, depending on the application requirements.
Overall, self-adhesive labels offer a convenient and effective way to label products and surfaces in a wide range of industries, making them a popular choice for many businesses.
There are several adhesives that can be used for labeling, depending on the specific application requirements.
Here are some common adhesive types for labeling:
- Pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs): These adhesives are the most common type used in labeling applications. PSAs create a bond when pressure is applied, and they can be either permanent or removable.
- Hot melt adhesives: These adhesives are melted and applied to the label substrate before being attached to the surface. They are commonly used in applications where a strong, permanent bond is required.
- Water-based adhesives: These adhesives are typically used in applications where a label needs to be applied to a food or beverage product. They are safe for direct contact with food and are typically removable.
- Solvent-based adhesives: These adhesives are used in applications where a label needs to be applied to a surface that is exposed to harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures. They are typically permanent and offer excellent resistance to chemical and environmental exposure.
Ultimately, the choice of adhesive will depend on the specific labeling application and the requirements for bond strength, environmental exposure, and ease of removal.
It is important to consult with a labeling professional to select the best adhesive for your application.
Most printers can print on sticky labels as long as they meet certain requirements.
The main factors to consider when printing on sticky labels are the printer’s media handling capabilities and the label material itself.
Firstly, the printer must be able to handle the thickness and size of the label.
Some printers have specific settings for label printing, while others may require adjustments to the paper tray or manual feed options.
It’s important to check the printer’s specifications and recommended media settings before attempting to print on sticky labels.
Secondly, the label material must be compatible with the printer’s printing technology.
For example, inkjet printers typically work best with labels that have an inkjet coating, while laser printers work best with labels that have a matte or glossy finish designed for toner adhesion.
It’s also important to consider the adhesive strength of the label material.
Some label materials have a stronger adhesive that may cause issues with printer feed mechanisms or damage the printer’s internal components.
The lifespan of adhesive labels can vary depending on several factors such as the material used, the type of adhesive, and the conditions the label is exposed to.
Generally, adhesive labels are designed to be durable and long-lasting, but the actual lifespan of a label will depend on the specific application and environment.
Permanent adhesive labels, for example, are designed to create a strong bond that can withstand environmental factors such as moisture, heat, and cold.
These labels can last for several years or even longer if they are not exposed to extreme conditions.
However, removable adhesive labels are designed to be easily removed and may have a shorter lifespan.
These labels are typically used for temporary applications such as promotions, sales, or events and are not designed to withstand long-term exposure to the elements.
Additionally, the material of the label can affect its lifespan. Labels made from materials such as vinyl or polyester are generally more durable than paper labels and can last for several years.
Overall, the lifespan of adhesive labels can vary widely depending on the specific application and environment.
It is important to choose the appropriate label material and adhesive type for the intended use and to follow any storage and application guidelines provided by the label manufacturer to maximize the label’s lifespan.
Adhesive stickers, also known as pressure-sensitive labels, work by utilizing a special adhesive that is activated by pressure to create a bond between the label and the surface it is applied to.
The adhesive is typically applied to the back of the label material, which is then peeled off and applied to the desired surface.
When pressure is applied to the label, either by hand or through a labeling machine, the adhesive is activated and creates a bond between the label and the surface.
The bond strength of the label will depend on the type of adhesive used and the application requirements.
There are several types of adhesive used in pressure-sensitive labels, including permanent, removable, and repositionable adhesives.
Permanent adhesives create a strong bond that is designed to be permanent and long-lasting.
Removable adhesives are designed to be easily removed without leaving residue or damaging the surface.
Repositionable adhesives allow the label to be moved or repositioned after initial application.
In addition to the adhesive, the label material itself can also affect how the adhesive sticker works.
The material must be able to withstand the environmental conditions it will be exposed to, such as moisture, heat, or cold, without deteriorating or losing its adhesive properties.
Overall, adhesive stickers work by utilizing a pressure-sensitive adhesive that creates a bond between the label and the surface it is applied to.
The strength and durability of the bond will depend on the type of adhesive and label material used, as well as the environmental conditions the label is exposed to.