At Kitmondo, we take pride in offering a versatile selection of used cutting and spreading machines, vital for ensuring precision and efficiency in the textile manufacturing industry. These machines are expertly designed to handle the intricate processes of cutting and spreading fabrics, guaranteeing consistent quality and smooth production workflows. Our range features models priced from €5,000 for entry-level units to €80,000 for advanced, high-capacity systems from top brands like Lectra, Gerber, Eastman, and Bullmer. Each machine is equipped with unique specifications such as cutting width, speed, accuracy, and automation level, tailored to meet your specific production needs.

When selecting a cutting or spreading machine, it's essential to evaluate factors such as the types of fabrics you'll be working with, the level of cutting precision required, the desired production volume, and the ease of operation and maintenance. These considerations are key to achieving flawless cuts, minimizing material waste, and boosting productivity. Opting for our used cutting and spreading machines not only provides access to high-quality equipment at a fraction of the cost but also supports eco-friendly practices by extending the lifecycle of durable machinery.

At Kitmondo, we are committed to delivering outstanding customer service, guiding you to the perfect machine to elevate your textile manufacturing operations. Explore our listings today to find cutting and spreading machines that offer exceptional performance and value for all your textile production needs.

Lectra BrioX100-72 Spreading machine Low working hours

Year: 2021

Width 1700 mm
Ø of the rolls 1 mm
Max height of quilting 25 mm
Weight of rollers 80 kg

CCVENTURES 38 48 Spreading machine

Year: 2019

Machines for folding non-woven towels Two machines for the production of disposable towels, 1/4 fold 48x70+ 38x70+ Mitsubishi Electric control The machines scrolled approx. 60,000. kilograms of material, perforated, smooth and airlaid nonwoven fabrics, on average the machines produced approx. 40,000. packages of +-1.5 kg. The rewound nonwoven fabric had a weight of 40 to 50g. The scrolled airlaid on …

Gerber SY101-200-L Spreading machine

Year: 2004

Gerber SY101-200-L spreading textile machine with fabrics laying table 14.00 m Very good condition.

BEFAMA AC 39 guillotine / Rotary cutter

Year: 1979

BEFAMA AC 39 guillotine Rotary guillotine/cutter The machine will be completely mechanical and electrically overhauled in 2022 The machine is in motion, fully operational and complete Feeding and receiving on tapes Working width of the table 40 cm Productivity 50-200 kg/hour A lot of different spare parts Original DTR documentation

Ozbilim P4 Automatic Fabric Spreading Machine

Year: 2019

Ozbilim P4 Automatic Fabric Spreading Machine Machine has been bought in October 2019 Machine is in very good condition 20 meter length

Mario Fonio 860 Spreading machine


Band saw or rib saw I sell fabric band saw in good condition

SYMBOL MAKINA SYM Spreading machine

Year: 2024

Width 2400 mm
Weight of rollers 150 kg
Ø of the rolls 700 mm

HOZA pinking machine ZEN 50


1 HOZA (Germany) pinking machine type ZEN 50 (Zigzag cutting), knife width 500 mm, knife with 4 mm serration gauge, electrically actuated, machine equipped with precise hand lever feed mechanism, 3 x 380 V, 50 Hz,

OTEMAN DELTA a02k Spreading machine


Width 1800 mm
Max height of quilting 0 mm



Set of 5 band saws for cutting foam, fabric and leather .... All machines work very well. Possibility of trying out the machines

Wastema 493 cutting room


Wastema 493 cutting room Price is for Wastema 492 machine With cutting table , 5 sets available . Stations with air blow , Vacum pumps Equipment after sewing room liquidation Original sets Wastema German made tables of different lengths . price for one set .

Oteman Delta A02K Spreading machine


Width 2000 mm
Max height of quilting 300 mm

Oteman Advantage Spreading machine

Year: 2000

Width 1800 mm
Ø of the rolls 400 mm
Max height of quilting 1800 mm
Weight of rollers 60 kg

Mastering Fabric Handling: An In-Depth Guide to Cutting and Spreading Machines

Cutting and spreading machines are integral to the textile industry, offering efficient and precise solutions for fabric preparation and cutting. These machines streamline production, reduce material waste, and improve product quality. Understanding the various types, features, and considerations for purchasing cutting and spreading machines can significantly enhance your textile operations. Kitmondo, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, provides a wide selection of cutting and spreading machines, ensuring access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Varieties of Cutting and Spreading Machines

Cutting and spreading machines come in various types and configurations to meet specific textile production needs. Here’s a detailed look at the main types:

Fabric Spreading Machines

Fabric spreading machines are designed to unroll and lay out fabric from rolls onto cutting tables, ensuring even and tension-free spreading, which is crucial for precise cutting.

  • Manual Spreading Machines: These require operator input to guide the fabric, ideal for small-scale operations and specialty fabrics.
  • Semi-Automatic Spreading Machines: These machines combine manual guidance with some automated features, balancing control and efficiency.
  • Fully Automatic Spreading Machines: These machines fully automate the spreading process, perfect for large-scale production, ensuring consistent tension and alignment, and minimizing fabric waste.

Fabric Cutting Machines

Fabric cutting machines slice fabric into specific shapes and sizes as per the production design, offering precision and efficiency vital for high-quality textile products.

  • Manual Cutting Machines: Hand-held tools like rotary cutters and scissors, suitable for small-scale and detailed work.
  • Straight Knife Cutting Machines: These feature a straight, vertical blade that moves up and down, ideal for cutting thick layers of fabric with straight, precise cuts.
  • Round Knife Cutting Machines: These machines use a circular blade, best for lightweight fabrics and creating curved cuts.
  • Band Knife Cutting Machines: These utilize a continuous loop blade to cut intricate shapes and patterns with high precision.
  • Die Cutting Machines: Using a die to cut fabric into specific shapes, these are perfect for repetitive cuts and large production runs.
  • Laser Cutting Machines: Employing laser technology for precise, clean cuts on various fabrics, offering high accuracy and speed.

Automated Cutting Systems

Automated cutting systems integrate advanced technology to optimize the cutting process, ensuring maximum efficiency and minimal material waste.

  • CNC Cutting Machines: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines use pre-programmed software to control the cutting process, allowing for precise and complex cuts.
  • Gerber Cutters: These highly advanced systems use automated technology to cut multiple layers of fabric with exceptional precision and speed.
  • Lectra Cutters: Known for their efficiency and accuracy, these machines are widely used in the textile industry for large-scale production.

Kitmondo offers a variety of these cutting and spreading machines, ensuring businesses can find equipment that meets their specific operational needs.

Essential Features and Specifications

When choosing a cutting or spreading machine, consider these critical features and specifications to ensure it meets your operational requirements:

Cutting Accuracy

High cutting accuracy is crucial for ensuring high-quality finished products. Look for machines with advanced precision controls and cutting mechanisms to guarantee accurate cuts.

Speed and Efficiency

The speed and efficiency of the machine impact overall production throughput. High-speed machines are essential for large-scale operations, while slower machines may suffice for smaller production runs. Consider the machine's cutting and spreading speed to ensure it meets your production volume requirements.

Material Compatibility

Ensure the machine is compatible with the types of fabrics you use. Some machines are better suited for lightweight materials, while others can handle heavy-duty fabrics. Versatility in material compatibility can enhance operational flexibility.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision, consistency, and efficiency in fabric handling operations. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated adjustments can significantly boost productivity and ensure consistent product quality. Kitmondo’s platform includes machines with various levels of automation, allowing you to find the right balance between functionality and ease of use.

Safety Features

Safety is critical in textile manufacturing. Look for machines with safety features such as emergency stop buttons, blade guards, and automatic shut-off mechanisms to protect operators.

Durability and Maintenance

The durability of the machine and its maintenance requirements are essential for long-term operational efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials, such as stainless steel and robust alloys, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-clean designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs. Kitmondo provides information on the condition and maintenance history of used machines, aiding in informed decision-making.

Leading Brands in Cutting and Spreading Machines

Opting for reputable brands ensures higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the cutting and spreading machine market:

  • Gerber Technology: Known for high-precision and innovative machines, Gerber Technology offers robust solutions for various textile applications.
  • Lectra: Renowned for advanced technology and efficiency, Lectra machines are popular in the textile industry.
  • Eastman: Provides a range of high-performance cutting machines, known for their reliability and precision in demanding applications.
  • Bullmer: Offers versatile cutting and spreading machines characterized by efficiency and robustness, suitable for large-scale operations.
  • KM Cutting Systems: Known for high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed cutting, ideal for complex and high-volume production.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Cutting and Spreading Machines

The cost of used cutting and spreading machines varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from several thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For instance, a used Gerber cutting machine might be priced around $10,000 to $30,000, while a high-end Lectra automated cutting system could cost between $50,000 and $100,000. Kitmondo’s marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.


Cutting and spreading machines are essential in the textile industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for fabric preparation and cutting. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their operational capabilities. Kitmondo offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, with detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a manual cutter, a high-speed automated system, or a versatile spreading machine, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your textile operations.