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What is ultrasonic cutting machine/ cutter?
The principle of the ultrasonic cutting machine is based on the use of high-frequency vibrations generated by an ultrasonic transducer. These vibrations are typically in the range of 20 kHz to 40 kHz and are transmitted to Ultrasonic Blades, also known as a horn, which amplifies the vibrations and focuses them onto the material being cut.
As the blade vibrates, it creates a series of rapid, low-amplitude movements that cause the material to be cut. The ultrasonic waves create a localized heat effect at the cutting point, which softens and melts the material. This, in turn, reduces the cutting force required, resulting in a clean and precise cut.

Overall, the principle of the ultrasonic cutting machine/ cutter is to use high-frequency vibrations to soften and melt the material being cut, reducing the cutting force required and resulting in a clean and precise cut.