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New ‘All-in-One’ turret rewinder is glueless

November 8, 2011

CTC’s new turret rewinder will automatically finish small roll labels without additional unwinding equipment.

CTC International has introduced its Model STACRW2-6 Automatic Turret Rewinder for glueless small roll finishing. The servo driven machine will automatically finish small roll labels without additional unwinding equipment.

Standard features include: servo drives, touch screen controls, cantilevered edge-guided unwind, splice table, integral slitter, glueless or coreless ftart, tail label foll closure system, semi-automatic core loader, and automatic roll eject with integral roll tray. CTC’s tricycle gear caster system is also included standard.

The tail labeler has the ability to make its own labels from label strip material that has not previously been diecut. The labeler also can be supplied with easy-pull-tab type labels to facilitate opening the rolls.

The turret is engineered to achieve maximum functionality with a minimum of parts, using only two shafts for fully automatic operation. The compact footprint allows the machine to quickly be moved.

Options include diecutting and matrix removal, end-of-roll pen marking system, and an automatic core loader. The machine is customizable for a variety of roll and core sizes and is also available to meet CE compliance.

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