Name: Pro/line

Product specification: 2.2m, 2.5m, 2.8m

Design Speed 320m/min, Production Speed 270m/min

Market segment: medium – high



·Machine specifically designed for the Asian market, taking in consideration the future trends

·Designed Fosber Italy with the concept “less is more”, based on the experience of the Asian, European and USA Market

·Top level brands: Allen Bradley, Rossi, SMC Lenze, SKF, Rexroth E&L, Renova, etc

·Designed to reduce the number of operators thanks to the fully automatic system and the Syncro controller

·Designed for more than 400 order change per shift, with gapless technology at high speed

·Designed for wide range of paper, flutes and preprint operation

·Designed to be user-friendly, having the corrugator divided in strategic zone for the operator

·Designed for environmental protection and energy saving: glue, steam, lubrication and electricity


The Pro/cutter is a complete grouped dry-end machine zone that comprises three main units; the rotary shear, slitter scorer and cut-off knife - all bundled into a single machine with singular control.  


The Pro/cutter has a single operator PLC and touch screen control station to manage this whole dry-end machine zone.  Like all other Pro/Line machines, the SHARP comes in versions for 270 mpm or 320 mpm production speeds, in either single level or double level configuration.


The Pro/cutter is a fully automatic machine, which means the whole dry-end can be controlled by a single operator, from the centralised singular touch screen control station. It sports all the standard features of the Fosber’s dry-end advanced technology such as gapless order change and OIL FREE slitting and cutting and very short order capability.


The Pro/cutter has a very compact footprint and is an ideal solution for those plants with restricted space.  It has also been designed for extremely fast installation with minimal (if any) civil work requirements.


The cut-off knife section sports Fosber’s patented hydrostatic bearing knife bars which result in extremely long intervals between tuning and a greatly extended blade life.