Canadian Plastics

A word about knives

"Sharp-edged knives at high angles suit soft materials; dull knives cause dust, fines, and feeding problems; slant-knife configuration achieves less-dusty throughput and quieter operation; and low bla...

August 1, 1999   Canadian Plastics



“Sharp-edged knives at high angles suit soft materials; dull knives cause dust, fines, and feeding problems; slant-knife configuration achieves less-dusty throughput and quieter operation; and low blade-tip angle is best for brittle, thick-walled materials,” says Terry Willis, product manager at Zenith Cutter Co.


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