Lap Splice vs. Butt Splice
A Lap Splicer has a standard splice joint which includes overlap of the material, 3” plus an inch loose tail that alternates top to bottom side of the web. A Butt Splicer has no overlap of material. The leading edge of a new roll is “butted” up to the trailing edge of the expiring roll.
Learn more about the difference between lap and butt splicers.
PC SERIES PACKAGING SPLICER
• The PC Series splicer is a basic machine for in-register splicing on roll-fed packaging lines
• Suitable for many packaging applications
• Available in web widths up to 14 inches (355 mm)
JL SERIES CANTILEVER BUTT SPLICER
• The JL Series splicer produces a splice joint without overlap
• Developed for label decorating but is suitable for many other applications
• Available in web widths up to 10 inches (254 mm)[/text_output
Clamshell Lap Splicer• Easy to operate Clamshell splicer mechanism with convenient horizontal prep
• Two (2) cantilevered pneumatic core shafts with lateral position adjustment
• Horizontal web festoon and adjustable tension control system