FEBA
Adhesive tape lathe slitting machines

FEBA Converting Machinery Srl, has been manufacturing mono and multi-shafted lathe slitting systems in Milan, Italy since 1967. The earliest production began with simple, hydraulic, single knife slitters for adhesive tape converting equipped with limited features and programming capabilities. As the years passed, their production advanced by closely studying the lathe slitting technique and understanding their customer's requests to improve cut quality and production, introducing new models with enhanced features and material capabilities.

Feba -2

Picture of a lathe slitter

FEBA sawing systems were designed to cut logs of protection film tapes from reels wound in polyethelene and polypropelene, coated and non coated plastic films, silicone papers and similar materials. There are three models available in the FEBA sawing line based on levels of production; 1) Single Knife Saw Systems with one saw blade and one fixed or rotating mandrel, 2) Three-Head Sawing Machines to cut one log simultaneously with three saw blades & 3) Star System-with three shafts and one-three saw heads for non-stop production. Working widths up to 2.800mm and diameters up to 550mm . All FEBA sawing machines come standard with AC brushless motors (Level 4) or Linear Motors (Level 5) for carriage displacement, 10" color touchscreen which controls all the slitting parameters with recipe recall and a dust extraction system.