This section provides an overview for sample cutting machines as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 sample cutting machine manufacturers and their company rankings.
A sample cutting machine is a multi-cutting machine that can cut various materials into specified shapes. Its use is to create shapes for products in the prototype stage, and it is used in a wide variety of industries.
When making a product, a mold can be made and processed if the product is already scheduled for mass production. However, the cost of making a mold is high, and it is not easy to change the shape of the product. Therefore, a sample cutting machine is usually used to make prototypes and study products that have not yet been decided to be mass-produced.
Sample cutters are used to make prototypes that are not yet ready for mass production, items that will be made only once, items that require precision that cannot be reproduced with a mold, and items whose shape needs to be verified for study purposes. In all of these cases, sample cutting machines are superior to molds in terms of performance and cost.
Since sample cutters can process all kinds of materials, including corrugated cardboard, paper, and foam, they are used in the corrugated cardboard and paper container industry, the chemical products industry, the heavy packaging industry, the building equipment industry, the bathroom, housing equipment, and renovation industry, and the sign and display industry, among others.
Ultrasonic cutters are mainly used for sample cutting machines.
Objects have their own natural frequencies, which are stable and easy to vibrate, and when an external force is applied in synchronization with these frequencies, a phenomenon called "resonance" occurs, in which even a small force produces a large vibration. Ultrasonic cutters consist of an "oscillator" that adjusts the vibration and a "transducer" that vibrates the blade. The transducer has a piezoelectric element, and the blade is made to resonate by applying an alternating voltage synchronized with the natural frequency of the transducer from the oscillator to the piezoelectric element.
Changes in the natural frequency and amplitude caused by the load generated when cutting a workpiece are transmitted from the transducer to the oscillator to maintain the resonance state and the amplitude of the blade tip constant, thereby always maintaining a good cutting ability. Therefore, ultrasonic cutters vibrate the blade at high speed in the longitudinal direction, enabling easy cutting without resistance, even for items that are difficult to cut with ordinary cutters.
They are also environmentally friendly as they emit virtually no swarf, smoke, noise, or wastewater.
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