There are several important aspects of cutting rubber and slitter machinery that may determine whether you should consider purchasing rubber slitters for your business. The quantity of rubber you need to cut, the size of the rubber both prior to and after cutting, as well as the diameter of the rolls you'll be working with are all important parameters to think about. If your business will be better served by either hiring a service to outsource your needs or from purchasing your own rubber slitter, you'll find guidance in the resources supplied on the left side of this page.
Here, you will find dealers who can supply you with the tools you need to bring your rubber cutting in-house, as well as help you maintain your equipment in proper working order. You may want to consider finding out more about purchasing used or refurbished machinery to keep your costs down, as well. If so, you can find resources for that.
Also listed are manufacturers of rubber slitters who may be able to guide you to exactly the right product you need for your business. And finally, you will find service companies that can take care of your rubber slitting needs for you.