How The Slicer Works

- Aug 21, 2019-

The working principle of the microtome is relatively simple, that is, by using the sharp cutting surface of the microtome, the object and the material are cut into pieces according to the ratio or width of one point. For use in production or pharmaceutical or other uses.

Different slicer methods are also different, such as the treatment of cells or tissues in the experiment, so that it is convenient to observe the experiment with a microscope. Rotary and slide-away microtome for optical microscopes.

In the paper industry, a slicer is also needed, which is suitable for a knife-type slicer, a drum slicer, a spiral slicer, and the like. The cutter-type slicer consists of a cutter head, a casing, a feeding trough, and a transmission. The working principle is to use a heavy cutter to function as a flywheel and stabilize the slicing.

Another is to cut the polymer strip into pellets. This requires a special microtome consisting of a guide bar, a feed roller, a pressure roller, and a rotary cutter. The working principle is: the cutter disc is driven by the continuously variable transmission, and the feed roller is driven by the cutter disc through a set of shifting gears, and the cutter disc is equipped with a plurality of blades according to the size of the cut pellet. The changeable gear can be changed by itself to change the cut length and the continuously variable transmission can change the speed of the strip.