Challenges of High Speed Splicing

Kevin Lifsey

Presented by Charles Hubbard, Black Clawson Converting Machinery Inc.

Reliability is a key objective of any continuous web splicing operation, as web speeds increase and parent roll diameters are reduced; the challenge to increase reliability becomes much more difficult. Accuracy and repeatability of splicing systems become critical when splicing at high web speeds, and failure to consider and solve the obstacles will result in decreased splicing reliability and increased downtime. The goal of this paper “The challenges of high speed splicing” is to explain what the obstacles are and the solutions required in overcoming these obstacles.

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