Foam skiving cutting is an efficient way to slice thick foam sheets or buns into thin foam sheets. It is one of the fundamental foam fabrication techniques used for lots of foam materials including EVA foam, expanded Polypropylene foam and foam rubbers.
Utilizing sharp steel bandsaw blades, we are easy to horizontally or vertically cut foam sheets, buns or pads. They are suitable to cut all foam material including both closed cell and open cell foam, also works for both thick and thin foam sheets.
Foam die cutting is an extremely useful and basic foam fabrication method. It is widely used for making plenty of custom foam products, such as foam packaging, foam sealing gaskets, cutout foam products and so much.
Compression cutting is a quite powerful way to custom cut foam materials both thin and thick. Taking advantage of steel die-cut tooling, compression flatbed cutter can fabricate foam in custom shapes and sizes precisely.
Foam slitting is often used to convert large foam roll into small foam rolls or foam tapes. With foam slitting machinery, foam rolls with or without adhesive backed can be easily made into foam rolls or tapes in any custom sizes.
Convoluted cutting works very similar to skiving cutting, but it cuts foam sheets into shape with “peak and valley”. They are typically used to make egg crate foam padding and works for foam materials like Polyurethane foam and PVC Nitrile foam.