Which Cut-size sheeter blade should I use
- Categories:Cut-size sheeter News
- Time of issue:2022-05-18
As the paper processing industry develops faster and faster, the concepts of the major printing industries and papermaking industries are rapidly updated, and they are willing to spend money on Cut-size sheeter configuration, but there are still some deep-rooted ideas. For example, in the use of cutting knives, some users may choose semi-finished blades, while some users choose finished blades, so what is the difference between them? Which one should we choose?
The difference between these two Cut-size sheeter blades is that one has no punching holes and no cutting edge, and the other can be used directly. Why is this so? This is mainly due to the low level of processing in the early days of our country. Due to the different standards of different brands of paper cutters, it is difficult to master the position of the holes. In addition, the blades in the factory are not unsealed mainly because the blades after cutting are very difficult. It bruises easily, so some users opt for semi-finished blades.
Fortunately, at present, the industry is developed, and the specifications of the blades used by each brand of Cut-size sheeter are unified. At the same time, the blade manufacturers of paper cutters basically use semi-automatic production, and there are very few cases of bruised and edged blades. Therefore, at present, it is basically the choice to use the finished blade.
Then again, there are many kinds of Cut-size sheeter blades, among which the more common ones are high-speed steel blades and ordinary alloy steel blades. The choice of these two kinds of blades can be said to be related to the production effect of later products. And the actual value of the paper cutter is mainly reflected in the cutter. Therefore, the choice of Cut-size sheeter is very important. Therefore, the editor recommends that you choose high-speed steel knives, mainly because high-speed steel knives are products with high hardness, high wear resistance, and high heat resistance, and are very suitable for paper cutter blades. In addition, for ordinary alloy steel blades, the service life of high-speed steel blades is much higher than that of alloy steel blades.