Holographic Cut To Register Sheeter
The MDH Sheeter can be configured to include a delivery system designed to avoid marking the sheets and a cut to registration system that permits converters and printers to produce sheets of preprinted holographic material.
The web steering unit insures consistent lateral position by either monitoring the edge of the web or a printed line on the web. A high resolution scanner that can detect registration marks embedded in the holographic web.
The dual rotary cutter is outfitted with easily positioned slitters. A sophisticated motion control program governs the positioning of the cross cut to maintain tolerances to within +/-0.006” (0.15 mm) of the registration mark, regardless of sheet length or line speed. The sheeter insures exceptional product quality by continuously monitoring the accuracy of sheet registration. Any sheets that do not maintain accuracy specification are automatically diverted from the sheet flow to the stacker via a reject gate positioned immediately after the cutter.
The rugged, twin solid knife revolvers feature a unique blade adjustment that allows fine tuning of the cross cut blades and lets knife changes be completed in less than 2 hours. .
The delivery system includes a reject gate and a unique method of controlling the leading and trailing edge of the sheet packet at the point of overlap. The use of air and a ‘tapes over the pile’ feature provide jam free flow into the stacker, even on light weight, static prone and extended length sheets. To aid in quick size changes, the Operator adjusts both the delivery system and stacker at the same time.
Further with a Customer supplied Internet connection, the electrical system can be monitored remotely by MAXSON’s Customer Service Department in Westerly RI. Troubleshooting, programming down loads and other diagnostic actions can be accomplished from a distance.