die blade

die blade

[′dī ‚blād]
(engineering)
A deformable member attached to a die body which determines the slot opening and is adjusted to produce uniform thickness across plastic film or sheet.
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Using stereomicroscopes to magnify the die blade allows the talent of the hand sharpener the best opportunity of creating the proper blade angle for the material that the die is cutting.
Benefits include disposable steel rule die blades, precision bearings designed to take high load forces, and a reliable cutting blade assembly designed for quick and easy removal,
Benefits are said to include disposable steel rule die blades, precision bearings designed to take high load forces, and a reliable cutting blade assembly designed for quick and easy removal.