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For the heaviest and most demanding jobs, GM offers this multi-purpose, stand-alone rewinding unit with splice table, web guide and slitting knife. The entire module is electronically synchronized and capable of communicating with a variety of printing systems


The entire module is electronically synchronised and capable of communicating with a variety of printing systems.

Specific interfaces are available eg. for Xeikon, HP Indigo and Epson. A universal web tension interface can be used as well. The machine will synchronize to the speed from the press with a dancer arm/tension break that also gives the possibility to adjust the web tension between the press and the LRW500. A colour touch screen interface with graphic symbols instead of text simplifies operation and makes the module very user-friendly. 


  • Roll pick-up from the floor.
  • Stepless electronic tension setting.
  • Easy to use graphic touch screen.
  • Air expanding mandrels.
  • Low unwind warning signal.


  • Optional knife station with either razorblade slitting or crush knife slitting.
  • Web guide.
  • Antistatic system.
  • Dual rewind on single shaft web guide.
  • Slack loop interface.
  • Corona unit.


Technical Specifications
Specifications Metric Imperial
Web width 250 - 520 mm 9.8 - 20.5"
Substrate support 40 - 350 gsm paper and film
Max. roll diameter 1000 mm 39.4"
Max. roll weight 750 kg 1653 lb
Core diameter 76 or 152 mm 3 or 6"
Max. speed
 higher on request
30 m/min 98.4 ft/min


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All GM Industry 4.0 certified machines are built to be cloud connected for easy remote diagnostics and connection to various production systems (MIS).

More information here: i4.0

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