PNT160S/200S Core Cutter
The PNTS Semi-automatic Core Cutters provide high precision feeding and cutting of cardboard cores of optional lengths and sizes at high speeds. They are available in two lengths for cardboard cores of a maximum length of 1600 mm and 2000 mm respectively. Long experience in the manufacturing of core cutters has resulted in the development of a unique product giving high priority to service friendliness and production speed.
The PNT160S/200S semi-automatic core cutters are operated by a user-friendly touch display with graphic symbols. It automatically adjusts all machine operations to the selected core size and wall thickness. The changeover from job to job is easily done within a few minutes.
- User-friendly touch display with production and job setting information.
- Automatic adjustment of machine operation to the selected core size and wall thickness.
- Automatic or manual adjustment of the speed according to the core diameter.
- Integrated ”support menu” and the possibility of change of language.
- Sensor making the initial cut unnecessary.
- Software optimizing the cutting to reduce the amount of waste.
- Error messages appear in clear text which allows for prompt fault-finding and correction.
- Service-friendly design requires minimum maintenance.
- Cutting of cores up to 152mm in diameter and with a wall thickness of up to 15 mm (subject to material and amount of glue in core).
- Nylon or steel anvil
- Operation in mm or inches.
- Available in many local languages.
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