When Did Web Slitting Begin, and How Did It Initially Evolve? Paid Members Public
According to Wikipedia, the first writing papers were developed around the 4th century BCE in Egypt. At that time, a more efficient alternative to wet clay-tablet scoring was needed to record mercantile transactions, along with the strong desire to create large quantities of religious documentation.
CUT POINTS | How do we best quantify and remove slitting dust? Paid Members Public
Web slitting is never a “dustless” operation, no matter the method employed. Some important questions relating to slitting dust include: How much is too much, what finished roll issues can be experienced, and how might we control it? Figure 1 just might show too much. Click the link below to
CUT POINTS | What problems may be solved via electronic shear knifeholders? Paid Members Public
My thoughts evolved to more of the web-slitting process. With the advent of computer-controlled, servomotor-powered knifeholders and linear-rail, automatic positioning systems, one might wonder what other process monitoring and/or controls could help maintain “in-spec” roll production.