Baucor, Part of California Knife, Offering Industrial Blades and Machine Knives

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Baucor, Part of California Knife and Blade Company, now starting to offer industrial blades and machine knives to the global market.

California Knife and Blade increases its market presence with Baucor and continues to lead technical advancements in the cutting tool field for converting industries

California Knife and Blade affiliate Baucor recently added a wide range of industrial blades and machine knives to its current products portfolio. These knife blades include poultry processing knives (http://www.caknife.com/industry/8/Poultry-Processing-Knives,-Meat-Processing-Blades.aspx), textile blades, circular knives, scalloped blades, perforating blades, tray sealer knives, shear knives and paper cutting knives.

With these new industrial blades and machine knives, California Knife and Blade aims to strengthen its presence in the industrial cutting blade business worldwide.

With the advent of new technologies in grinding, cutting and sharpening areas, California Knife commits to high quality end product delivered just on time (http://www.caknife.com/tray-sealer-knives.aspx).

"Customer satisfaction is our top priority and we will never give up until our customers are happy with their blades" quoted James Underhill as saying.

California Knife and Blade (main company of Baucor) manufactures and supplies in custom and standard sizes industrial blades (http://www.caknife.com/industrial-blades.aspx), cutting knives, machine knives, surgical blades. Industrial blades include paper cutting blades, food processing knives, plastic cutting knives, packaging blades, poultry processing knives (http://www.caknife.com/industry/15/Textile-Blades-and-Textile-Knives-Manufacturer,-Non-woven-Cutters.aspx), meat chopping blades, rubber cutting blades, tire cutting knives, industrial razor blades, metalworking knives, custom surgical (medical) knives, textile blades, fabric cutting knives, film cutting and slitting blades, film perforating knives, granulator knives, recycling blades, seafood processing knives, fresh produce, vegetable and fruit slicing blades, cheese cutting and processing blades, bakery processing blades (http://www.caknife.com/perforating-blades.aspx), industrial razor blades, custom razor blades, converting blades, tissue and log saw blades.

Type of blades by shape includes circular knives, circular slitting blades, convex blades, curved blades, straight blades, pointed tip blades, toothed blades, serrated blades, scalloped blades, carbide knives, circular saw blades.

The blades by cutting type include perforating blades, top circular blades (http://www.caknife.com/shape/18/Circular-Knives-and-Circular-Blades.aspx), dished blades, score slitting blades, rotary shear blades, rotary slitter knives, crush cut knives, pneumatic knife holders, splice knives, guillotine blades, shear knives, cut off knives, chipper knives, punch knives, press blades and tray sealer knives.

Other specialty areas we serve include aerospace, automotive, recycling, converting, oil and gas, renewable energy, plastic converting, food service, packing (http://www.caknife.com/machine-knives.aspx).

The blade materials are heat treated and hardened in strictly controlled ovens. Materials include carbon steel, spring steel, tool steel, D2 tool steel, M2 high speed steel, tungsten carbide, CPM 10V and 9V, 400 series stainless steel, 300 series stainless steel, 1075 and 1095 spring steels (http://www.caknife.com/machine/31/Circular-Slitters,-Circular-Slitting-Knives,-Circular-Slitting-Blades.aspx).

One of our specialty is to custom make surgical (medical) knife blades. Areas include orthopedic saw blades, ophthalmic surgery blades, general surgery, neurological surgeries, plastic surgery. While we mainly focus on developing prototype blades for major medical device OEMs and producers, we also have some capability manufacture small to medium volume surgical blades and medical knives (http://www.caknife.com/industry/17/Packaging-Knives,-Packaging-Blades,-Tooth-Cut-Off-Knives.aspx).

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