CR-100, CR-200 and CR-300 series
Model CR-100, CR-200 and CR-300 recutters use the idler roll / rider roll principle. The core is held between two adjustable, rubber-coated idler rolls and a driven rider roll. The rider roll is air-actuated to securely hold the core during the cut. The cut is made from below the rotating core.
The CR-70 is an intermediate model core recutter and uses a cradle roll / rider roll principle. The core is driven by two, lower knurled cradle rolls. The upper rider rolls act as the idlers.
Three standard models ….. the CR-70CR-70-L, and the CR-70-EL ….. provide a selection of machines to handle maximum parent cores lengths from 160-inches to 280-inches.