The SS6K Sheathing Slitter Series provides companies with simple and efficient processing for virtually all cable types.

Both the SS6K100 and the SS6K50 are robust and durable cable strippers that will provide years of service. These units utilize multiple knife and guide profiles to accurately strip plastic or poly insulated cased aluminum or copper strand cable ranging from 1” to 2 ½” in diameter. Up to 6 different profiles can be easily mounted at once minimizing changeovers. Custom blade profiles can also be provided to fit any and all needs for slitting cable material.

The SS6K100 has high horsepower, an infeed speed that can vary from 0 to 100 FPM, and a jog reverse control option, while the more economical SS6K50 has a lower horsepower motor, a set infeed speed of 50 FPM, and no jog reverse option. SWEED also has the ability to customize their cable strippers to accommodate requests for additional performance and safety needs.

Construction Features

SWEED slitters are well-known for their robust construction and ability to endure demanding environments. SWEED slitters offer a reliable and efficient solution for processing linear scrap materials while prioritizing durability, safety, and user-friendly operation.

Adjustable knife gap

Simple to operate

Easy maintenance

Guards for operator protection

Emergency stop

Variable speed control

Jog reverse control

Foot pedal control

Made and supported in the USA

One-year warranty

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Our Commitment To Our Customers.

SWEED engineers work closely with customers on many levels – from customizing a scrap chopper to meet specific criteria or revolutionizing a veneer or panel handling solution to increase production and efficiency, SWEED strives to exceed every customer’s expectation in all they do.

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Since 1955

Our History

It all started with an imported gang saw. After WWII, three brothers from Germany migrated to the United States and built a sawmill on Galls Creek in Gold Hill, Oregon. Dissatisfied with the imported gang saw they were using, they decided they could make a better saw themselves.

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