If you’re looking for a better way to cut foam, take a thermal knife for a test drive. Thermal knives are the perfect tool for cutting flexible foam with precision and ease. They’re also ideal for making straight cuts with efficiency and accuracy on denser foams like polyurethane. To optimize this method of slicing through dense materials, use one of the durable closed cell foams below to guide your blade’s path.
What is thermal cutting?
Thermal cutting is a process in which a heated knife or blade cuts through the material. It can be used on a variety of materials, including paper, corrugated cardboard and plastics.
It’s a good idea to use this type of cutting if you’re making any type of corrugated box that requires precision cutting. The reason for this is that thermal blades don’t have any heat-related distortion issues like traditional blades do—meaning they won’t bend or warp when they get hot. This makes them ideal for intricate work like building models or similar projects where accuracy is important.
Flexible cutting is a type of thermal cutting. So, what exactly is a thermal cut? Thermal cutting is the heating of a material to the point where it vaporizes and becomes an airborne gas. Once this happens, it can be directed to another location by fans or air circulation systems.
The reason why flexible foam works so well for this application is because its open cell structure allows for excellent airflow in order to direct the smoke away from any objects nearby. This means that there’s less risk of fire damage during your job!
How to choose foam for flexible cutting
- Choose a high-density foam that is flexible
- Look for a thick foam with a long life
- Choose an easy-to-cut and glue foam
The most important thing to look for in a foam for flexible cutting is a high density.
The most important thing to look for in a foam for flexible cutting is a high density. High-density foam is the best choice for this application, but it’s also good for many other applications. It’s more expensive than low-density foam, but it’s more durable and comfortable as well.
Let me explain what I mean by “high-density”, so you know exactly what I’m talking about:
I hope this blog post has helped you understand what to look for when choosing foam for flexible cutting. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our products, please reach out using the contact information below.
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