Until now, slitting glass fiber rolls was either too expensive for the average
shop, or too cumbersome for the average lam
inator. Slitting rolls of glass fiber by conventional saws left
uneven, frayed edges. More expensive machines mandate the purchase of expensive mandrels for
every different diameter cardboard core. Unless you slit multiple pallets of glass per day, it just was not
feasible. (E S) is proud to introduce the SwisCut 700.
The SwisCut 700 is an ingenious design that does not rotate the glass, but slices through the glass with
precision ground blades that reciprocate in opposing direction to gently shear though the glass and
core leaving a perfect, straight edge. This designed and built in Switzerland machine is easier to use than it’s
counterparts, and meets tough European safety standards with it’s guard design and shut-off sensors.
It’s anodized hopper assembly, ground stainless adjusting shafts and ball bearing slide adjustments insure
long life in the harsh fiberglass shop environment. It even has casters on one end so it can be located in
different areas in your shop.
Shown here with optional extensions on both ends for large with rolls.
Cutting Time: 30 Sec. Up to 2 min. Depending on roll diameter, core thickness & blade sharpness. Cutting Width: Minimum Approx. 50mm (2″) with sharp blades
Cutting Diameter: 700mm (28″)
Dimensions: 127 x 85cm, 132cm high Weight 125 kg.
Power Req. 220/440 3 phase motor with gear reduction and adjustable amperage motor starter