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Cut Off Knives

BAUCOR CUT OFF KNIVES FOR PACKAGING,
PAPER CONVERTING, FILM CUTTING AND MORE

What are cut-off knives?

Cut-off knives are tools used to cut through various materials and are essential for many industries. They can cut through plastics, wood, metal, and other materials. In many cases, cut-off knives are the best tool for the job and can help increase productivity and efficiency.

We offer different types of cut-off knives:

Baucor has the experience to manufacture all shapes and kinds of industrial cut off blades and cut off knives used in packaging, paper, plastic film splicing applications. We manufacture and supply both standard and custom size precision cut off  knives for all kinds of industries. Whether you need custom or standard off-the shelf splice knives, Baucor can turn your design into a blade in just days. It doesn't matter if it's paper cut off, packaging or plastic converting, regardless of what it's used for, our cut off knives and blades are exceptionally made from quality ground hardened tool steels and stainless steels.

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BAUCOR'S CAPACITY & CAPABILITIES

CIRCULAR, STRAIGHT, PUNCH, AND CUSTOM BLADES

Advantages of using cut-off knives

There are many advantages of using cut-off knives:

  • Precision:
    Cut-off knives are designed to make clean, precise cuts.

  • Versatility:
    We offer many different cut-off knives to cut almost through any material and for any industrial use, making them very versatile.

  • Cost-effectiveness:
    Cut-off knives are typically more cost-effective than other cutting tools, such as lasers or water jets, which can be expensive to operate and maintain.

How are cut-off knives manufactured?

  • Cutting:
    Typically a cutting knife manufacturing process starts by cutting the blade's blank from a metal sheet using a CNC machine.

  • Heating:
    Next, the blade undergoes a series of the heat treatment process by heating the blank to a high temperature and cooling it rapidly to improve its properties.

  • Sharpening:
    After heating the blade's shape, it is sharpened to form its cutting edge and to remove imperfections. A grinding process might be used to make the edge even sharper.

  • Coating:
    The tips of the blade can be coated to improve their resistance to wear and corrosion using chromium or tungsten.

Cut-off knives in action

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PERFORATING, SAW. AND CUT OFF KNIVES

RAZOR, PUNCH, AND SLITTER BLADES

INVENTORY PROGRAMS

SCALLOPED, POINTED TIP, SLITTER BLADES, AND PNEUMATIC SCORE SLITTER HOLDERS

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