Custom Material Sizing/Slitting

Custom solutions begin with custom materials and sizing.
Zippertubing® is ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 9001 certified, so our customers are assured the highest quality & shipping standards are always met.

Zippertubing’s wide range of capabilities starts with the materials. We are equipped with a diverse selection of methods for sizing and slitting materials, which allows us to customize solutions based on any unique application or shape requirements. With machinery built to score, die cut, razor, and much more, we can offer more capabilities than most manufacturing facilities.

With housing equipment to size, slit, wind, and combine, Zippertubing® is guaranteed to meet your unique material needs. To meet such material needs, we offer not only versatile machinery and equipment but also the expertise of our engineering team to ensure all standards for a solution are accounted for and fulfilled.

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With our in-house ability to provide custom sizing and slitting, Zippertubing® is able to redefine industry standards and expectations. We provide all the services required to produce superior solutions.

We specialize in manufacturing the perfect, custom solution.

Sizing and slitting our materials is just the beginning in creating your custom designed product. Regardless of the industry or application requirements, Zippertubing® has the right materials, tools, equipment, and engineers to create your solution from prototype to production.

Zippertubing® offers a variety of materials and methods of sizing and slitting:

  • Textiles and fabrics
  • Plastics and films
  • Foils and light gauge metals
  • Adhesives
  • Specialty materials
  • Shear
  • Razor
  • Score
  • Hot knife
  • Die cut
  • CNC Laser
  • CNC Knife
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