ANVIL KNIVES - A support block used for hammering or chipping other objects in the wood and metal industries.


BACKING PLATES – Steel pads utilized to slow or stop equipment.

BARS - Long unbent metal strips usually fabricated to a specific size for steel companies.

BED KNIVES – A support block (anvil) used in conjunction with another movable knife.

BRAKE DIES – Dies used for bonding & forming sheet metal products.

BRIDGE PLATES – Used for shoring, leveling & accessing bridge structures.

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CHAMFER BLADES – Woodworking planer knives designed to cut end grains.

CHIPPER KNIVES – Used to reduce trees or wood into smaller parts, chips or sawdust.

CHOPPER KNIVES – Employed to reduce corn, grass or other plants into silage.

CLIPPER KNIVES – Used for trimming wood & cloth.

COMPOSER KNIVES – Used to trim pieces of remnant veneer that will later be spliced together and used for the core layers of plywood.

COOPERAGE KNIVES – Used to make wooden staved vessels of a conical form.

CORRUGATOR KNIVES - Used to crickle-cut paper & fiberboard.

COTTON KNIVES – Used for sampling, conversion & fabrication of cotton in the textile industry.

COUNTER KNIVES – Used as a supporting block against a movable knife.

CUTOFF KNIVES – Used in corrugated paper & tube cutting machinery.

CUTTER BARS – Used as an anvil on chip cutting equipment.

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DOCTOR BLADES – Tool used to skim or scrape ink or meal from die cylinders.

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EDGE PROTECTORS – Guards developed to protect cutting edges from damage.

EXTRUDER KNIVES – Used to trim or cut textured protein, soy meat or meat substitutes.

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FLAKER KNIVES – Used to process logs into chips or flakes to be used primarily for the manufacture of oriented strand board and other composite boards.

FLY KNIVES – A movable tool used to cut, chop or slice wood, plastic, rubber, etc.

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GIBS – A way or beam used to guide or direct moving parts.

GRANULATING KNIVES – A tool which is used to pulverize or cut materials such as plastics into small parts.

GUILLOTINE KNIVES – A tool designed to cut a large set of paper or rubber with a perfectly straight edge.

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HOG KNIVES – Used in the wood & food processes for rendering.

HOLD DOWN GIBS – A device used to secure ways, liners or beams.

HY-ROLLERS – A type of double edge chipper knife.

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ICE SCRAPERS – A tool used to groom skating ice – Ref. a Zamboni Knife.

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JOINTER KNIVES – A tool used for shaping & planning wood.

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KNIFE HOLDERS – A device used to hold, secure or fixture a knife in a machine.

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LATHE KNIVES – A machine tool which peels veneer from a spinning block of wood.

LEVELING BARS – A tool used to determine the amount of pressure applied to a given mechanical operation.

LINERS – A rail covering used to transport equipment from point to point.

LOWER BLADES – The bottom knife in a two knife arrangement utilized to cut thin plastic sheets.

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MAIN SUPPORT PLATES – Primary securing beams.

METAL SHEARS – Blades used in the iron & steel industry that cut in a direction parallel to their plane of contact.

MOLDING KNIVES – A planning tool used to cut profiling in wood.

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NOSE BARS – A tool used to guide or regulate the pressure of veneer as it is being peeled on a lathe.

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PAPER KNIVES – A tool used to cut a large set of paper with a straight cut.

PINCH PLATES – A tool that utilizes a squeezing action to separate rubber.

PLANER KNIVES – A tool used to reduce the thickness of wooden materials.

PLATES – A flat sheet of metal used singularly or as a part in a larger apparatus.

PRESSURE BARS – A tool used to guide or regulate units of force in an operating lathe.

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RAG KNIVES – A cloth shredding tool.

RAIL ROLLERS – A carriage component which moves along the rail.

RAILS – A bar of metal extending from one support to another.

ROLL SPLITTERS – Tool designed to cut a large roll of paper with a perfectly straight edge.

RUBBER KNIVES – A tool used to cut vinyl, plastic, polyurethane and other similar materials.

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SCORE KNIVES – A blade which places an incision that determines the length and provides for a straight edge during lathe peeling operations.

SCRAP SHEARS – A tool utilized for cutting metal into fragments.

SCRAPER BLADES –A tool used for skimming ice, plastic, dough, oil, paper or other similar materials.

SHAPER STEEL - The raw material used in molding knives.

SHEAR BARS – A fixed blade in a shearing operation.

SHEAR BLADES – The blades of a machine designed to cut metal by sliding relative to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact.

SHEETER KNIVES – Used to cut raw material fabric into material suitable for other manufactured products.

SLICER KNIVES – A tool used to cut a thin, flat piece of wood from a flinch.

SPIRAL KNIVES – Blades that are arranged radically in a cylindrical cutter to produce a smooth surface along a board’s length.

SPUR KNIVES – A blade used to remove protrusions from wooden braces or posts. A tool used to provide a straight edge on a rotary lathe.

STAVE BLADE – Used for cutting fodder for animals.

STRAIGHT EDGE – A tool which accurately locates the shortest distance between two points, which is used for drawing, cutting or measuring the straightness of lines.

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TRASH GATE KNIVES – Tools used for cutting various plastic sheets to size.

TRIMMER BLADES – Blades mounted usually on a rotating cylinder for cutting paper or tissue.

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UPPER BLADES – Tools used in conjunction with a lower blade to shear or cut various materials.

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VENEER KNIVES - A tool used on rotary lathes to peel wood veneer

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WAY PLATES – Way Covers

WAYS – Liners or rails which provide machine beds with motional direction.

WEAR PLATES - Disposable Ways

WEAR STRIPS – Load bearing machine rails

WELDER KNIVES – A tool used for a certain joint which allows materials to be joined together.

WOOL KNIVES – Tool used for sampling, conversion and fabrication of wool in the textile industry.