flying shear

flying shear

[¦flī·iŋ ′shir]
(metallurgy)
A machine which cuts lengths of rolled products and allows for continuous production by reciprocating with the product while cutting.
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Features of the ASDA-A2 include a built-in electronic cam function ideal for flying shear, rotary cutoff and synchronised motion applications.
The Flying Shear solution, part of the IndraMotion system, is a pre-engineered, IndraDrive-based solution for standard applications requiring simple configuration setup, saving integration, setup and operation time, the company says.
The flying shear used to cut Hexacomb panels to length consists of a saw and its motor mounted on an arbor plate, which in turn is pushed and pulled by a rodless air cylinder.
The Flying Shear routine cuts a continuous piece of material, including plastic and glass, into prescribed lengths.
This keyword provides a flying shear action, which gives an idealized multi-segmented motion profile for controlling the action of the lugs that collate the bars into groups.
Flying Shear cuts a continuous piece of material into prescribed lengths; Measure Part provides accurate length measurements of material fed at high speeds; Point Lock gives instantaneous slave-to-master synchronization of two axes, and Rotary Knife cuts continuous rolls of material based on a registration mark.
New mill line equipment was installed from the SMART system's flying shear to its run-out table.
The company will replace its existing cooling bed, flying shear and crane with state-of-the-art equipment and construct a new building.