FW 5-660 a 26″  Slitter Rewinder with Inspection

Cross Over Versatility

Long-run P-S labels and short-run flexibility

The variety of packaging in today’s marketplace is vast – from roll fed labels to shrink sleeves and stretch films, to heat seal labels. Your customers not only expect top quality with zero defects, but also demand small orders with short lead times.

To meet these demands you need the right technology. You need finishing machines that are versatile, quick on changeover and capable of winding a variety of substrates, from .5 mil clear BOPP to 2.6 mil WPP on a 40# Kraft liner and everything in between all while maintaining web tension and building perfect finished rolls.

You need KOR Engineering’s FW Series machines to take your production capacity to the next level of excellence.

The FW 5 Series is the undisputed leader in PS Labels and films up to 660mm (26″)

Standard Features:

  • Unwind with roll lifter
  • Primary splicing table with vacuum clamping
  • Automatic web guide for edge or line guiding
  • Inspection area for vision system or stroboscope mounting
  • Infeed draw head c/w silicone nip and no-slip draw roll
  • Secondary splicing table with vacuum clamping for editing and waste rewinding
  • Waste rewind mounted overhead for high speed running
  • 2-in-1 Slitting Section – switch from Rotary Shear to Razor and back
  • Outfeed draw head with silicone nip and steel draw roll
  • Layon Roller assemblies for winding in Gap or Contact mode
  • 24″ duplex rewind with lifting from supports
  • Multi-Axis servo drive system with closed loop tension control
  • Remote Diagnostics
Optional Features:

  • Vision integration for missing label and/or high resolution print defect detection systems
  • Stroboscope integrated to trigger on film label repeats
  • Auxiliary web guide for correction prior to vision system
  • Flag and splice detection
  • Work Flow Link integration
  • Trim exhaust package for removal of edges and gutters
  • Differential rewind shafts
  • Semi-Automatic Roll handling at Rewind