Raw rubber sponge…… about 30t × 1000 × 1000-2000
Raw Urethane Foam…… about 300-700t × 1000 × 2000
Raw Polyethylene Foam…… about 40-100t × 1000 × 1000-2000
This is the process of cutting in a horizontal direction with respect to whatever is being cut. It is done to adjust the thickness of the rubber.
It is cut by a rotating horizontal blade with pre-adjusted settings.
You can change the settings so that it cuts at different lengths and thicknesses.
Concave/convex(Zig-zag) profile grinding is also done through this method.
This cutting method starts by slicing from the top down on the given material. It is cut by an automated, horizontally rotating blade.
By adjusting the table height and the blade width, it easy easy to continuously change the thickness of the cut, slice after slice.
This type of process is typically used when you want to cut a bunch of 10mm slices out of a 100mm piece of material. It is a similar process to that of slicing ham or bread.
This cutting method allows a sheet of rubber to be sliced into 2 usable pieces of varying thickness. By adjusting the gap and/or the knife, you can cut with varying thickness. For example, you could cut a 20mm thick piece into one 15mm and one 5mm piece.
3. Vertical Cutting Process
This process involves cutting in a direction perpendicular to the material.
This process is used mainly to control the width and the length of the material. It is a similar process to shredding with a knife.
This is done using a band knife that cuts in the vertical direction.
This style of cutting allows for the control of size and thickness of material. It is also used to obtain clean cross-sectional cuts.
The blade moves up and down and cuts the rubber into slices. For thicker pieces, a slight gouge might occur in the cross section. You can adjust the settings so that it does a full cut or a half cut.
4. Press Cutting Process
This process involves plywood that has steel embedded into it.
The steel is molded into different shapes depending on the need. This is then pressed down on via our machines.
In this way, the rubber is cut into the shape of the steel.
This process is very similar to that of a cookie cutter.