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Cutting tools

BAUCOR DESIGNS AND MAKES HIGH QUALITY INDUSTRIAL CUTTING TOOLS THAT LAST LONGER THAN EVER

What are cutting tools?

Cutting tools are used in various applications to cut through materials such as metal, wood, plastic, and more. Specialty cutting tools are designed to cut specific types of materials or workpieces in a particular way. 

Common examples of industrial cutters include band saws, circular saws, and tray sealer knives. These cutting tools are essential for various tasks, such as cutting large pieces of material into smaller pieces or shaping the material into a specific form or shape. 

Cutting tools are typically made from high-carbon metals, such as stainless steel, which makes them tough and durable.

Baucor designs and manufactures high quality industrial cutting tools and specialty parts  engineered to last longer than ever. Whether you have a print or a rough sketch or even an idea that you need turned into a specialty tool, Baucor is fully capable to manufacture precision custom cutting tools and cutters just in days. Our specialty tools are designed and manufactured for cutting, slicing, chopping, die cutting, guillotine cutting, slicing, press cutting, turning, milling and many more.

Whether you are in converting, machinery, equipment, or any other industry, turn to Baucor just like thousands of others for the right and optimum solutions, At its high-end facilities, Baucor is committed to designing and manufacturing precision cutting tools and cutter parts. We use high grade ground hardened tool steels, alloy steels, stainless steels and tungsten carbide grades of our customers' choice based on their application.

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BAUCOR'S CAPACITY & CAPABILITIES

We are the experts in manufacturing specialty tools and industrial cutters

From a size of a couple of millimeters to a size of 100"(2540 mm), Baucor is highly specialized in manufacturing specialty tools and industrial cutters per sample and drawing. If you need your specialty tools and industrial cutters manufactured to your exact requirements, please contact us now get to a free quote. If you have a drawing, sketch or written specifications for the blade you need, please let us know or else we can design and engineer it for you.

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Advantages of using cutting tools

There are many advantages of using cutting tools:

  • Improved efficiency:
    Cutting tools are designed to cut materials quickly and accurately. For example, a circular saw designed for cutting wood can make precise cuts more quickly than a hand saw or a jigsaw. 

  • Increased precision:
    Cutting tools produce precise cuts, essential in specific manufacturing processes where even slight variations in the cut can affect the final product.

  • Increased durability:
    Cutting tools are built to withstand the rigors of industrial environments. They are made from high-quality materials that are resistant to wear and tear. It means they can operate for extended periods without requiring maintenance or repair.

  • Increased safety:
    Cutting tools consider safety and often feature built-in features such as guards and protective covers. For example, a circular saw might have a blade guard that covers the blade when not in use.

How are cutting tools manufactured?

  • Designing:
    Once the client's specific needs have been determined, the blade can be designed using CAD (computer-aided design) software. This step is crucial to ensure that the blade meets the client's expectations and needs. Without this step, the blade may not be able to perform up to the client's standards.

  • Cutting:
    After the blade has been designed on the computer, it is sent to a CNC (computer numeric control) machine, which cuts the blade's blank to the desired specifications. The CNC machine is programmed with the computer model's specific dimensions to cut the blade blank to the correct size.

  • Heating:
    Next, the blade is put through a heat treatment process to harden the metal and make it more durable. This process involves heating the metal to a high temperature and cooling it quickly. It helps to improve the strength and hardness of the metal so that it can better withstand wear and tear.

  • Sharpening:
    After the blade's blank has undergone heat treatment, it is sharpened to eliminate defects. It is then put through a grinding process to sharpen and refine the blade even further. 

  • Coating:
    Finally, coating the blade tips with materials like chromium or tungsten helps create a barrier between the blade and its environment, which can help improve the blade's overall lifespan and performance. Chromium and tungsten are commonly used for this purpose because they are durable and resistant to wear and corrosion.

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