Welcome to Kitmondo, your trusted source for premium used industrial machinery. Our collection features versatile and high-performance slitting and cut-to-length lines, ideal for various applications in the sheet metal industry.

Priced between €20,000 and €150,000, our slitting and cut-to-length lines are designed for precise cutting, efficient material handling, and high productivity. Key features include cutting capacity, advanced automation capabilities, line speed, and precision control to meet your specific needs.

We proudly offer machinery from top manufacturers such as FIMI, Salico, and Braner. Each piece of equipment undergoes rigorous testing and inspection to guarantee exceptional performance and longevity.

Choosing pre-owned machinery from Kitmondo means you get outstanding value without compromising on quality or efficiency. Trust us to elevate your sheet metal processing business to new levels of productivity. Explore our extensive range today and let us help you find the perfect equipment for your industrial requirements.

Schuler Cut to length line(Full revised)

Year: 2000

Type Cut to length
Line speed 25 m/min
Thickness of coil plate 3 mm
Coil weight 20000 kg

Poland ACW1 Slitting line / Cut to length line

Year: 2010

Thickness of coil plate 1.5 mm
Coil weight 5000 kg
External diameter 1000 mm
Line speed 25 m/min
Internal diameter 508 mm

Hermak 1600x03,mm-3mm Cut to length line

Year: 2007

Type Cut to length
Coil weight 20000 kg
Thickness of coil plate 3 mm

CINCINNATI Bremasgerust 2777 Slitting line / Cut to length line

Year: 2013

Type Slitting
External diameter 610 mm
Internal diameter 2000 mm

Hermak 0.3mm-3mm Thickness Cut to Length Line

Year: 2008

Type Cut to length
Thickness of coil plate 3 mm

German made 10 mm thickness cut to length line

Year: 2015

Type Cut to length
Thickness of coil plate 10 mm

ADIGE TT640 automatic tube cutting machine

Year: 2002

Type Slitting
Internal diameter 80 mm

Nobs Slitting Line

Year: 1990

Type Slitting
Thickness of coil plate 1.2 mm

Coiltech Decoiler

Year: 2022

Coil Loading Capacity : 6 000 KG BOSCH Hydraulic Unit

Esmaes / Indeco CTL 1510 x 3 Slitting line / Cut to length line

Year: 2008

Type Cut to length
Line speed 40 m/min
Internal diameter 810 mm
Thickness of coil plate 3 mm
Coil weight 28000 kg
External diameter 1800 mm

Comec 1100 x 3 mm Slitting line / Cut to length line


Type Slitting
Thickness of coil plate 3 mm

Exploring Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines in Kitmondo’s Sheet Metal Machinery Marketplace

At Kitmondo, we excel in connecting professionals with high-quality used industrial machinery. Among our extensive inventory, the Sheet Metal Machines category includes vital equipment such as Slitting Lines and Cut-to-Length Lines. Let's dive into what these machines are, their significance, and why Kitmondo is the premier marketplace for buying or selling them.

What Are Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines?

Slitting and Cut-to-Length lines are specialized machines designed to process large metal coils into smaller, manageable sizes for further manufacturing applications. These machines are crucial in preparing metal sheets with precise dimensions.

Slitting Lines:
Slitting lines cut wide coils of metal into narrower strips. This process involves passing the coil through rotary knives that cut the material to the desired widths. The resulting strips are then rewound into coils for further processing or shipment.

Cut-to-Length Lines:
Cut-to-length lines uncoil, straighten, and cut metal coils into flat sheets of specific lengths. This process involves feeding the coil through a leveler to eliminate curvature, then cutting it to the desired length using a shear or other cutting mechanism. The cut sheets are then stacked and prepared for further use or shipping.

The Kitmondo Advantage: Buying & Selling Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines

Navigating the used industrial machinery market can be challenging, but Kitmondo simplifies the process. Here’s why Kitmondo is the best choice:

New slitting and cut-to-length lines can be a significant investment. Kitmondo offers these machines at a fraction of the cost, with prices for used lines typically ranging from €20,000 to €200,000, depending on age, brand, and condition.

Quality Assurance:
Every listing on Kitmondo undergoes a stringent evaluation to ensure the equipment is in excellent working condition. This thorough vetting guarantees that all machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Broad Market Access:
Whether you're buying or selling, Kitmondo provides a platform that guarantees convenience, reliability, and value. Embrace the future of sheet metal processing with Kitmondo—where tradition meets innovation.

Key Benefits of Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines

These lines offer numerous advantages, making them indispensable in the sheet metal industry:

High Precision:
Ensuring precise cutting and processing of metal coils is essential for achieving high-quality finishes and accurate dimensions in metal products.

Increased Efficiency:
Automated lines significantly boost production speed, allowing for high-volume output with minimal manual effort. This efficiency translates to higher productivity and reduced labor costs.

Consistent Quality:
Slitting and cut-to-length lines provide uniform and consistent results, minimizing variability and ensuring high-quality outcomes across production batches.

Capable of handling various types of metals and thicknesses, these machines are versatile tools for diverse metalworking projects.

Reduced Waste:
By precisely cutting coils to the required dimensions, these lines minimize material waste and improve cost-efficiency.

Essential Features of Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines

When evaluating these lines, several key features are crucial:

  • Coil Width and Thickness: The maximum and minimum widths and thicknesses of the metal coils the machine can process, determining its suitability for different projects.
  • Cutting Speed: The speed at which the machine can cut and process the metal, typically measured in meters per minute (MPM), influencing production rates and efficiency.
  • Number of Strips: For slitting lines, the number of strips the machine can cut from a single coil, affecting its capacity and versatility.
  • Length Accuracy: For cut-to-length lines, the precision of the cut lengths, impacting the quality and consistency of the finished sheets.
  • Material Handling Capacity: The maximum weight of the coils the machine can handle, affecting its suitability for different production scales.
  • Automation Features: The presence of automated features such as programmable controls, automated feeding, and real-time monitoring, enhancing efficiency and reducing manual intervention.

Applications of Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines

Slitting and cut-to-length lines are versatile and find applications in various sectors:

  • Metal Fabrication: Cutting metal coils into specific sizes for further fabrication processes, essential for creating custom parts and components.
  • Automotive Industry: Producing automotive components, including body panels and structural parts, ensuring precise dimensions and smooth finishes.
  • Construction: Cutting metal sheets for construction projects, including roofing, cladding, and structural components.
  • Manufacturing: Used in various manufacturing processes for cutting metal coils, including the production of appliances, machinery, and equipment.
  • Electrical and Electronics: Producing metal parts for electrical and electronic devices, ensuring precision and quality.
  • Aerospace Industry: Essential for machining high-precision parts for aircraft, ensuring reliability and compliance with strict industry standards.

Leading Manufacturers of Slitting and Cut-to-Length Lines

Several manufacturers are renowned for their high-quality slitting and cut-to-length lines:

  • FIMI: A leading provider of sheet metal processing machinery, FIMI offers advanced lines known for their precision and reliability.
  • Andritz Sundwig: Renowned for high-quality industrial machines, Andritz Sundwig provides efficient and versatile lines for various applications.
  • Bradbury Group: Specializes in metal processing machinery, offering robust and precise lines designed for high-performance operations.
  • Salico: Known for a comprehensive range of metalworking machines, Salico provides reliable and efficient lines for diverse industries.
  • Heinrich Georg GmbH: Offers advanced cutting technology, providing high-quality machines designed for precision and efficiency in sheet metal processing.
  • KOHLER Maschinenbau: Specializes in heavy-duty slitting and cut-to-length lines, offering versatile and efficient machines suitable for different production environments.

When considering a purchase or researching slitting and cut-to-length lines, explore specific models, reviews, and after-sales service from these trusted manufacturers.


Slitting and cut-to-length lines are essential assets in the sheet metal industry, providing high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for cutting and processing metal coils. Whether for metal fabrication, automotive, construction, or manufacturing applications, these machines ensure superior product quality and adherence to industry standards. With Kitmondo, acquiring or selling slitting and cut-to-length lines is straightforward and reliable, enabling businesses to focus on producing exceptional metal products.