cutting head

cutting head

[′kəd·iŋ ‚hed]
(engineering acoustic)
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It is backed by a ten-year warranty on the cutting head.
Fitted to the rocker pillar are the PA52 and PA59 reach and dipper arms, while fitted to the dipper arm is the cutting head with the option of two flailheads.
It features a two-blade cutting head, in which each sharp carbide blade is double-edged, and an electric brake system that stops the blade after releasing the trigger switch.
3,955,458 which deals with the cutting head of automated fabric cutters.
One major difference between trimmers and brushcutters is the direction of rotation of the cutting head.
Motion components are made from non-ferrous materials, and cutting head manipulators are powered by pneumatic motors, making the Spyder suitable for use in all environments.
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With a Tilt-A-Jet[R] cutting head accessory, the 60120 model is able to achieve zero taper for precision cutting of high tolerance parts with square edges, including interlocking pieces and dovetail fittings.
99) plus, we are now including absolutely FREE an extra 5-blade cutting head (RRP PS19.
A next-generation cutting head system comes standard with an Autofocus head providing 5", 7.
In 2005, a real breakthrough arrived with the introduction of two additional parallel-kinematic-drive axes on the cutting head, effectively creating two machines in one--a highly dynamic and light cutting head and a machine with a large work volume moving in precise synchronicity.
Additional options are the capability to cut hard foams, a PLC control system, and a carousel version of the machine with a circular table that revolves below the cutting head.