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Guillotine cutting machine HC35-5 / HC35-7
ultrasonictextileCNC

guillotine cutting machine
guillotine cutting machine
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Characteristics

Technology
guillotine, ultrasonic
Material
textile
Control type
CNC
Associated function
contour
Applications
for industrial applications
Other characteristics
hand-held, manual

Description

HAND CUTTER HC35 HC35 hand cutters are suitable for manual cutting of textiles and fabrics with a synthetic content. They are suitable for straight cuts as well as for contour cutting. ADVANTAGES Less wear The carbide plate resp. the cutting wheel can be turned when worn. Optimised cutting process Cutting cycles can be shortened with a fast cutting speed and simultaneous edge sealing. The cutting process is triggered by a button on the handle. Cutting force The cutting force can be adjusted easily and continuously. Air cooling Air cooling for the sonotrode and the converter is pre-integrated for continuous applications Cuts of high quality The cut and cut edge are of very high quality due to the ultrasonic technology. The flat foot and Teflon inserts of the HC35-6 and HC35-8 allow the hand unit to slide smoothly and easily over the textile Easy setup and service Setup and service are very simple thanks to the lifting function of the oscillator system. It also takes next to no time to adapt to different material thicknesses TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS HC35-5 / HC35-7 Version: Flat horn and cutting wheel Operating frequency: 35 kHz Cutting force: Pretensioning force infinitely variable Switches: On the hand grip Weight: 1,7 kg Compatible generators: HC35-5: Ecoline35, HC35-7: RDG35, SDG35

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