Slitting & Rewinding

Our slitting services are customized to the specific needs of our customers. We can slit a variety of materials to custom widths and rewind to custom lengths or roll sizes.

The slitting process used is dependent on the type of material, tolerances, and widths required.  Both of our slitters use shear slitting knives that provide a superior cut with a precision edge. We can produce custom diameter rolls anywhere from 3/8” to 70” wide. Slitting solutions are frequently designed with our customer’s manufacturing systems in mind. We can palletize finished products so they will ship and store efficiently or palletize them according to customer unique specifications. Bar code labels and customized packing lists are available using standard or generic formats. Our inventory control system identifies raw rolls when they are received and finished rolls after they are slit.

Slitting/Rewinding Capabilities 50” GOEBEL 72” CAPCO 72” JENNERJAHN
Capiler Range 2 to 18 4 to 30 2 to 10
Min. roll width 12" 24” 24"
Max. roll width 48" 72” 72"
Min. roll diameter in Any Any Any
Max. roll diameter in 40" 60” 60 OD
Min. width cut 3/8" Variable Variable
Max. no. of rolls out 50 3 to 4 3 to 4
Min. roll diameter out Any Any 3"
Max. roll diameter out 36" 50" 18 OD
Core sizes in 3,6, shim other Most any with shims 3, 6
Core sizes out 3,4,6 3, 6, with shim 5 etc 3
Min. edge trim 1/4" each side 1" each side 1/2" each side
Max edge trim Wind it Wind it Wind it
Width tolerance +/- .004 inch +/- 1/16" +/- /16"

Tom Zbell

Mark has utilized GENEDGE consulting resources many times over the years at his previous company RCB and at Cauthorne Paper. Process improvements implemented at RCB included; set up reduction, ISO 9001 certification, 5S (workplace organization), and work center instructions. Additionally an energy audit was conducted. The improvement process is now starting at Cauthorne Paper, with 5S currently being implemented. These successes show that Mark is serious about providing a top quality product to his customers through continuous improvement.

Tom Zbell
GENEDGE Alliance