- May 03, 2013, Timothy J. Walker
Basic definitions of tension, nip, and torque help describe what variables are important when winding a roll.
- February 28, 2013, Timothy J. Walker
The best rule of thumb is to avoid heating or cooling winding or wound rolls. Keep a roll's temperature stable.
- December 03, 2012, Timothy J. Walker
Determining at what tension a web will break or deform comes down to a material's property.
- October 01, 2012, Timothy J. Walker
WebHandlersQuiz #19: What are the three advantages of using a nipped or gap-controlled roller ahead of winding?
- September 05, 2012, Timothy J. Walker
A workshop focusing on nipped rollers offers a better understanding of the underlying engineering principles and design considerations that lead to improved profitability in your value-added web processing operations.
- August 10, 2012, Timothy J. Walker
Which—paper or film (with equal dimensions and winding conditions)—will likely have higher internal roll pressures?
- March 23, 2012, Timothy J. Walker
WebHandlersQuiz 16: Spreading - Name a spreader or anti-wrinkle roller that does NOT have a rubber surface? Answer...