rotary cutter

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rotary cutter

[′rōd·ə·rē ′kəd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Device used to cut tough or fibrous materials by the shear action between two sets of blades, one set on a rotating holder, the other stationary on the surrounding casing.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Rotary Cutters
From ergonomic rotary cutters to quick-change rotary cutters and rotary circle cutters, OLFA's continued commitment to innovation has transformed the quilting industry, enabling quilters around the world to create elaborate and time-intensive projects with ease.
In the continuous effort to stay closer to its customers and serve them locally, Sandvik has opened in 2013 its South American maintenance center for the resharpening of carbide rotary cutters, the regrinding of anvils and the maintenance of frames.
The horizontal rotary cutters are tending to chop the grass and distribute it as uneven clumps, as opposed to the cylinder type which render the grass into finer pieces, very evenly spread over the ground, and cutting closer to the ground.
In addition to the company's extraordinary selection of creativity-inspiring embroidery designs, materials and accessories, Above & Beyond now offers their clients access to leading-class sewing supplies such as rotary cutters and stabilizers.
Reed introduces exclusive Rotary Cutters in new sizes for the biggest and smallest pipe diameters.
Rotary cutters manage pastures with a 26-ft cutting path.
have low-speed rotary cutters designed to handle PVC, PE, or PP pipe up to 47 in.
High-flow attachments that can benefit from the higher hydraulic flow include planers, wheel saws, Brushcat rotary cutters and snow blowers.
The new coupler is compatible with John Deere and Frontier rotary cutters and John Deere tillers and can remain on compatible John Deere Compact Utility Tractors when using non-PTO driven rear implements.
In the last five years, you've seen a lot more different types of attachments," he says, including more prolific use of grapples, material handling buckets and rotary cutters.