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HOZA CUTTER from Krefeld to participate in Texprocess
Mar '11
The HOZA CUTTER GmbH will exhibit on Texprocess in hall 4.0 A91 their cutting units to integrate/installation into/behind cloth inspection machines or stenter frames. So the customer can save a lot of money, because to cut the edges or do a middle cut he does not need any longer a complete rewinding and slitting machine. Also it saves the customer one step of working.

The cutting units can be equipped with crush cut blades, circular blades as well as ultrasonic cutting systems. Using the ultrasonic cutting system the textile including minimum 20% synthetic fibre the edges will be fixed during the cut and the textile cannot fray out.

In case the customer wants to use a complete machine, these are also possible to be manufactured at HOZA on customer's request. Caused by modular manufacturing system HOZA guarantees a high flexibility and is able to realize the customer's wishes economically.

This is philosophy of HOZA CUTTER more than 35years, yet. In product range sample cutting machines as well as waterfall machines also the customer's wishes are enclosed and this range of products is expanded constantly.

HOZA CUTTER GmbH is a family business in manufacturing machines with six employees. Since 1970 we are manufacturing Cutting machines and die-cutting machines. By the years we extended our program of delivery constantly.

Now we also manufacture laminating machines, waterfall machines as well as rewinding and slitting machines and units with crush cut blades as well as ultrasonic cutting heads. Also we are specialized in finding individual solutions for cutting/fixing problems with textile fabrics and technical fabrics.


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