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The corewinder is the machine that produces the rigid tube of cardboard (also known as “core”) on which the paper is wound to form the roll.
The tube consists of strips of cardboard spirally wound on a metal mandrel and glued together.
The number of strips may vary from 2 to 5 depending on the thickness of core which is produced.
On request, is possible also to produce cores with a single strip.
Customized unwinding units are also available.
By means of simple operations, it’s possible to pass from a diameter of core to another in only 10 min.


3D rendering of core makers GAIA by Maflex


Core maker Gaia50

  • Max speed: 60 m/min
  • Min-max int. core diameter: 30 – 30 mm
  • Min-max cut length: 800 – 3300 mm
  • Cutting edge: Circular knife Ø 150 mm
  • Unwinding section: 5 strips stand for Ø 1200 mm
  • Gun gluing system: OPTIONAL
  • Single strip core: OPTIONAL
  • Automatic reel splice: OPTIONAL

Core maker Gaia100

  • Max speed: 140 m/min
  • Min-max int. core diameter: 30 – 90 mm
  • Min-max cut length: 800 – 3300 mm
  • Cutting edge: circular knife Ø 150 mm
  • Unwinding section: 2 strips for Ø 1500 mm
  • Gun gluing system: OPTIONAL
  • Single strip core: OPTIONAL
  • Automatic reel splice: OPTIONAL


Note: different technical features available on request

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