Manmade Natural Textile Fibres Fabrics Hydraulic Die Cutting Machine

Manmade Natural Textile Fibres Fabrics Hydraulic Die Cutting Machine is the special die punching press for making Manmade or Natural Fibre Fabric (Natural fibres are fibres made by nature. Typical examples are cotton and wool, which are mainly used in textile clothing but there are many often natural fibres produced in smaller quantities such as e.g. silk, flax or hemp.Man-made fibres (MMF) are fibres made by man. MMF can be organic or inorganic. Organic MMF can be made from natural materials like wood, or are made from synthetic polymers.)

Manmade Natural Textile Fibres Fabrics Hydraulic Die Cutting Machine
Manmade Natural Textile Fibres Fabrics Hydraulic Die Cutting Machine

1.The machine is designed and manufactured by Gerson machinery which has nearly 30 years in die cutting machine .
2.This is applicable to cutting of any shapes by die cutter mold.
3.It is autoamtic feed roll material and continuous cutting , or manual feed and cutting depending on the production requirement.
4.Operation quiet ,can greatly reduce the noise ,improve the working environment.
5.Using top quality spare parts ,and Double oil cylinder ,precise four column automatic balance mechanism make sure the high quality for cutting job.

Gerson accept any custom build for your production ,welcome to contact us at any time.

Model GRMA-25,30,40,50,60,80,100
Max Cutting Force 25 to 100 tons
Cutting table Widths 1800~2500mm or more
Cutting Head/Movable trolley 500 x 500mm up to 1000 x 1000mm
Gerson can make the cutting machine according to your specifical requirement :

such as cutting force power,worktable size,motor,color etc.,

 

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