20Khz Ultrasonic Rubber Cutting Device with 60mm Blade Width Titanium Material
|Voltage||220V or 110V|
Ultrasonic rubber cutter is to convert a 50/60 Hz current into 20, 30 or 40 kHz of electrical energy by means of an ultrasonic generator. The converted high-frequency electrical energy is again converted by the transducer into mechanical vibration of the same frequency, and then the mechanical vibration is transmitted to the cutting blade through a set of amplitude modulator devices that can change the amplitude. The ultrasonic rubber cutting blade vibrates along its length with an amplitude of 10-70 μm and repeats 40,000 times per second (40 kHz) (the vibration of the blade is microscopic and generally difficult to see by the naked eye). The cutting blade then transmits the received vibration energy to the cutting surface of the workpiece to be cut, in which the vibration energy is cut by activating the molecular energy of the rubber molecule and opening the molecular chain.
Tire crown; nylon; steel strip plastic layer; nylon cord; inner lining; sidewall; apex; triangle ring, etc.; printed circuit board; natural fiber; synthetic fiber; non-woven fabric; thin synthetic resin; All forms of paper; base film; food (cake, sugar, meat).
Comparison between Traditional Cutter and Ultrasonic Cutter
|A sharp-edged tool that presses against the material being cut.||The ultrasonic energy is concentratedly input to the cutting portion of the material to be cut.|
|The pressure is concentrated at the cutting edge, the pressure is very large, exceeding the shear strength of the material being cut, and the molecular bonding of the material is pulled apart and cut.||Under the action of huge ultrasonic energy, this part softens and melts instantly, and the strength is greatly reduced. The purpose of cutting the material can be achieved with a small amount of force|
|The cutting tool has a sharp edge and the material itself is subject to relatively high pressure.||High stability, environmental protection and no pollution|
|It is not good for soft and elastic materials, and it is more difficult for viscous materials.||The biggest feature is that there is no traditional cutting edge.|