Wexler US-2000AD 60mm Arch Bander

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Your firm produces items that require hefty and durable strapping. This means you need a flexible solution that allows you to enjoy complete control over outcome. Unfortunately, many of heavy duty banding machines do not truly provide this essential control. Wexler US2000 60mm Arch Bander stands apart from crowd and allows user to enjoy a lot of flexibility. 60mm bands are one of most impressive things about machine. They can be made from a range of plastics or paper products, and they can even be printed with a commercial or business related message. thickness of bands means that they will be heavy duty no matter how they are welded, but Wexler US2000 60mm Arch Bander ensures best results by using ultrasonic welding. This is a heatless method of welding that can create permanent to peelable welds on straps used. This eliminates need to preheat machine, to keep materials such as glue heated and available, and prevents bits and debris from falling into workings of machine.Wexler US2000 60mm Arch Bander is also going to provide its users with ability to really fine tune rest of strapping procedure as well. There are options for tension control to eliminate any harm from coming to products - even if they are soft or need protection on edges and corners. There are adjustments to arch size to ensure that banding is exactly as needed for dimensions of item. There is even a digital panel that allows user to create best results with just a few turns of dial. Not only is Wexler US2000 60mm Arch Bander a very flexible and easily adjustable machine, but it is also entirely portable. durable steel framing supports unit while rugged casters allow it to be moved easily from place to place. large wheel of strapping material remains in sight and is also easy to change and thread for use as well. Overall, this is an easy to use machine that delivers custom results and provides a lot of options for any firm that uses strapping or banding during their assembly or production work.

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