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Manufacturer of Roll Forming Machinery, we have been committed to serve our clients for almost two decades. After many years working experiences in steel processing industry, we have developed our production line into roll forming machinery, steel slitting line, tube mill, sandwich panel production line. They are widely used in both commercial and residencial areas,


Light Gauge Cut To Length Lines

Posted by RISHBIN CO., LTD on August 26 2018, 10:53am

Categories: #roll forming machine, #steel slitting line, #tube mill, #PU sandwich panel line

Light Gauge Cut To Length Lines

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Cut To Length line is a high efficient metal processing production line for cutting metal flat sheet from metal coils. The metal coils unwind, leveled, cut to length and blanking. RISHBIN supply full range of cut to length line according to client’s special requirement by combining different component. Every CTL line is engineered and constructed differently for customers, it is customized designed and built, it is considered when choosing a right CTL line about some specifics like production capacity, running speed, material thickness and width, etc. Quality and standard checks are strictly performed on our product before releasing to our valued customers.
Available raw material for cut to length line is hot rolled steel, cold rolled steel, galvanized steel, pre-painted steel, high tensile steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, alloys. 

Main Technical Parameters of Light Gauge Cut To Length Lines

1. Coil properties: δs≤550MPa, δb≤600MPa
2. Coil thickness: 0.1mm-4mm
3. Coil width: Max. 1800mm
4. Coil I.D: 508 mm
5. Coil O.D: Max. 2000 mm
6. Coil weight: 25000 kg
7. Line speed: 0-60 m/min
8. Leveler shaft diameter: 65 mm
9. Cutting length: 300-6000 mm
10. Cutting rate: 15 pieces/min
11. Length tolerance: ±0.3 mm
12. Diagonal tolerance: ±0.5 mm
13. Straightening tolerance: ±1 mm/m2
14. Total power: about 120 KW
15. Total weight: about 50 T

RISHBIN light gauge automatic cut to length machines are built for speed and ease of use and can produce higher line speeds without experiencing material slippage. Light gauge lines are also capable of processing surface critical material without marking. Cut-To-Length Line and Blanking Line will make your job easier, cut costs, and increase your profits.

The cut to length machine for sale on Rishbin can be supplied with start-stop shears, flying shears, rotating shears or continuous direct feed. High-precision levelers of four, five and six heights, computer controlled. Edge trimming may be incorporated.

Here is working process:

Steel coils are transferred by an entry coil car and loaded onto an uncoiler. From uncoiler the strip proceeds through a five-high precision leveler designed to level steel within the desired material gauge range and yield strength. The strip then proceeds through a squaring unit and precision roll-feed unit to the high speed shear, where it is cut to required length. The cut sheet then moves to float sheet stacker where it is stacked on a pallet and is then moved onto the semiautomatic packaging line for wrapping.
 

ModelRS-1.2RS-2.0RS-3.0RS-4.0
Coil Materialδs≤230N/mm2,Cold-rolled Coil, Stainless Steel Coil, Galvanized Coil ,AL ,Copper
Coil Thickness0.11~1.2mm0.2~2.0mm0.3~3.0mm                    0.5-4.0mm
Coil Width300~800mm800~1250mm800~1250/1600mm       800~1600/1800mm
Coil Weight≤10T≤20T≤20T(25T)                    ≤25T(30T)
Coil I.Dф508mmф508mmф508&ф610mm            ф508& ф610mm
Coil O.D≤ф1800mm≤ф1800mm≤ф2000mm                ≤ф2000mm
Cutting Range300~3000mm300~4000mm300~4000mm             300~4000mm
Cutting Accuracy±0.3mm±0.3mm±0.5mm                     ±0.5mm
Roller Diameterф65(50)ф65(50)Ф 85(65)                     Ф 100(80)
Linear Speed0~60m/min0~60m/min0~60m/min                  0~60m/min
Control SystemPLC Automatic controlPLC Automatic controlPLC Automatic control     PLC Automatic control

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