Design and Development on a Kind of Fiber Automatic Slicing Instrument

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Abstract: Y172 fiber slicer (also says Hartz slicer) is often used in slicing fiber in fabric inspection. However, there are some problems for this kind of slicer, such as low success,low efficiency,poor safety and so on. A new fiber automatic slicing instrument is proposed in this paper. Some creative designs are done, in aspects of slicing thickness adjustment, automatic fiber cutting, blade constant clamping and gravity pressure. This fiber slicing instrument changed traditional slicing method, and effectively resolved the problems of Y172 fiber slicer. A reliable and efficient instrument is provided for fast and accurate slicing fiber.

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Huawu Liu, Yongxin Yang, Shijie Shen, Zhili Zhong, Laijiu Zheng and Peng Feng

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471-475

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L. Chen et al., "Design and Development on a Kind of Fiber Automatic Slicing Instrument", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 627, pp. 471-475, 2013

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December 2012

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