Small Tape Cutter

Small Tape Cutter

Tape Cutting Machine-

Second, preparation before use:
1. Check the external power supply is correct.
2. Check that the workpiece ground wire is clamped on the workpiece.
3. Turn on the air source and drain the water.
4. Check that the power switch is in the off position.
5. Close the main switch of the power supply of the power grid. At this time, the fan starts to work. Pay attention to check the wind direction. The wind should blow inward. Otherwise, the main transformer will not be ventilated and cooled, which will shorten the working time.
6. Turn the power switch on the panel to the “on” position and the power indicator light. Compressed air should flow out of the torch at this point. Pay attention to whether the pressure gauge pressure gauge pointer is 0.2-0.4 megabytes
Pa position, if the pressure does not match, in the case of gas flow, adjust the upper knob of the filter pressure reducing valve pressure gauge, clockwise to increase pressure, and vice versa.
7. Let the gas flow for a few minutes to remove the condensed water vapor from the torch.

Small Tape Cutter

Handheld Tape Cutting Machine - Introduction

      Some tape machines are small, and the tape machine and tape can be taken together where they are needed. This type of tape machine can easily cut the tape and the user can easily use the cut tape. It allows to be taken wherever the user wants to use it.

Small Tape Cutter

Semi-automatic tape cutters are usually divided into three categories:

     Lightweight: for simple, non-industrial use
     Industrial: A relatively solid paper cutter means you can work more than 8 hours a day.
     Heavy-duty: The most solid automatic tape cutter, which can withstand continuous use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Zhengzhou EAST IMPORT AND EXPORT co., ltd . ( a goulian group of company) a manufacturer and exporter for all kind of packaging machinery , like bopp tape coating machines, bopp tape slitting machines. Bopp tape core cutter, bopp tape core loader etc

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