Winders

Voorwood designs and manufactures innovative, high-quality, precision-made web converting machinery which includes high-speed simplex winder and turret winder. Voorwood winders can be used for the following applications in converting paper and paper board, foil, tape, plastic film, labels, pressure-sensitive laminates, flexible packaging, nonwovens, rubber, and specialty materials. Voorwood engineering customizes the converting machinery (winders) to meet your process requirements.

OPTIONS: Full Lay-on Rollers, Bow Rollers, Cleaning Rollers, Static Rollers, Leaf Rewind, Automatic Web Tension Control, Rotary Shear-, Score- and Razor-Slitting, Unload Fork Assembly, Cantilever Rewind Shafts, Lift-Out Rewind Shafts, Hydraulic Lift Loader Unwind, Shaftless Rear Unwind, Splice Table Assembly, Static Control Bar, Selvage Eductor (Vacuum Trim System), Trim Oscillating Rewind, Safety Fences or Programmable Laser Scanners

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  • CU Series Winder: A simplex rewinder primarily used for high-speed edge trimming and rewinding of vellum, papers and polyester reproductive films with a thickness range from 0.5 to 15 mil.

    CU SERIES

    CU Series Winder

    CU1500/CU1800 WINDER

    The CU1500/CU1800 Winder is primarily used for high-speed winding of vellum, papers, and polyester reproductive films with a thickness range from.5 mil through 5 mils.

    • Shaftless rear unwind accommodates diameters of up to 60″
    • Web tension (pneumatic unwind brakes)
    • Razor, Rotary Shear, Score, or a combination is available
    • Air expanding rewind shaft
    • Layon, bow, or chevron rollers (option)
    • Anti-static bar, selvage educator, auto tension (option)
  • Voorwood Turret Winder - CU1500/CU1800

    CU1500 TURRET WINDER

    The CU1500 Turret Winder is primarily used for high-speed winding of vellum, papers, and polyester reproductive films with a thickness range from 2 mils through 5 mils.

    • Accommodates all other feature of the CU series but fitted with a turret system for the loading of cores when the machine is winding