GUILLOTINING FOR LAMINATING AND SHEETING TO CUSTOM SIZES
The guillotine is a process that is roll-fed and can conduct lamination and sheeting in one step. It is also commonly used to apply different adhesive types to non-adhesive substrates and sheet to squares and rectangles, to aid the final application of the product.
Additionally, we can laminate zones of material, in specific locations across the width and can apply various application aids, such as overlapped carrier liners, to already adhesive materials while sheeting. This process is most commonly used for the manufacture of incision films where handlebars can be added, support films removed and the film is guillotined into the final dressing sheet size before being rolled and packed.
MAXIMUM SHEET WIDTH: 1100mm
MAXIMUM SHEET LENGTH: 1600mm
WITH IN-LINE LAMINATION FACILITY
Frequently Asked QUestions
Guillotining is a role fed laminating and sheeting machine. This is where an adhesive or non-adhesive solution is added to aid in the application to a material.
- Ability to combine multiple materials to fit your requirements
- Material rolls converted to sheets for direct use
- Material rolls converted to sheets for additional conversion