Lightweight decoiler machines are versatile and efficient devices designed to perform two key functions: uncoiling and recoiling. These machines support material coils during uncoiling while collecting waste material strips post-stamping. This article provides an in-depth look at the specific operational procedures for both uncoiling and recoiling using lightweight decoiler machines.

Unraveling the Art of Uncoiling with Lightweight Decoiler Machines

To properly operate a lightweight decoiler machine for uncoiling, follow these steps:

  1. Adjust the machine’s outer diameter to be 20-30mm smaller than the coil’s inner diameter (note that adjustment techniques vary between CR-100 and CR-200 models).
  2. Identify the inner layer A-shaped iron stopper’s position and secure it in place.
  3. Use a forklift or crane to lift the material coil onto the machine’s tile, positioning it near the inner layer A-shaped iron stopper.
  4. Expand the machine’s outer diameter to create tension in the material coil.
  5. Attach the outer layer A-shaped iron stopper to the material support tile, position it close to the coil, and secure it firmly.
  6. Find the coil head, switch to manual control, feed the head into the leveling or feeding machine using the sensing device, and then activate automatic uncoiling control.

Recoiling Mastery with Lightweight Decoiler Machines

For optimal recoiling performance using a lightweight decoiler machine, adhere to these guidelines:

  1. Adjust the machine’s expanding and shrinking drum’s outer diameter to fit the recoiling material strip. Mount the A-shaped iron stopper on the material support tile of the drum, ensuring the width between the stoppers is 5-10mm wider than the material strip to be collected.
  2. Hook the material strip head onto the machine’s expanding and shrinking drum support tile, switch to manual control, and rotate several times to coil 5-6 loops of material.
  3. If the recoiled material remains free of unwinding issues, switch the machine control mode to automatic recoiling.
  4. Once the material reaches the desired outer diameter, halt the production line equipment, secure the material, disassemble the outer layer A-shaped iron stopper, and use a forklift or crane to remove the material coil.

By following these detailed instructions, you can efficiently and effectively operate lightweight decoiler machines for both uncoiling and recoiling tasks. With the right technique and a thorough understanding of each process, these machines can significantly streamline your production line and enhance productivity.

Lightweight Decoiler Machines
Lightweight Decoiler Machines