Articles Tagged with ''cutting''

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Rotary die cutting technology

October 11, 2013

Made with working widths up to 33.5 in., Schober RSM rotary die cutting technology works either standalone offline or inline as a “slave” with web-fed printing, converting machines and folder gluers. 


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Portable splice press

October 11, 2013

 Used for belt fabrication, the Flexco Novitool Aero portable splice press features a cycle time of 7 to 12 min./splice.  


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Cutter/scraper

October 11, 2013

 Designed for mixing, scooping, dividing and transferring ingredients, the Detectamet stainless steel cutter and scraper divides pastry and portioning dough; when the task is complete, the tool can be used to clean the moist residue from work surfaces.  


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Wing segmenter

April 9, 2013

Capable of working on a processing line or as a standalone unit, the Cantrell CWCS-8400 wing segmenter processes up to 170 wings/min.


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Serrated straight blades

December 6, 2012

Engineered for cutting in food processing applications or vacuum-sealed packaging, Hyde V-tooth serrated straight blades slice cleanly through plastics, plastic films and foods.


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High-volume slicer

October 16, 2012
Suitable for all types of bone-in and boneless fresh, cooked or tempered meat, poultry and seafood, the Holac Sect 28 CT continuous, high-volume slicer can slice naturally shaped or formed product.
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Shoulder skinner

October 3, 2012
Designed for flex and rigid lines, the Cantrell Cut-Up Line shoulder skinner exposes the shoulders of eviscerated birds for easier deboning.
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Food processing blades

September 10, 2012
The arcuates enter the cut gently along the long arc without tearing into the food.
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Thigh deboner

September 10, 2012
Providing a hand-cut appearance with minimal manual trimming, the Foodmate automated OPTI thigh deboner has a scraper design and tendon-cutting system that eliminate bone shattering and fragmenting.
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Can your robot debone poultry?

June 26, 2012
This prototype deboning system from Georgia Tech’s Research Institute uses 3-D imaging and sensor-based cutting technology.
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