Lindsay Allason-Jones, society president, said: "The model guillotine
comes from the Napoleonic wars period when many French soldiers, captured by the British, ended up in British jails due to the decree by the French Revolutionary Government in 1793-4 that they would no longer pay ransom to retrieve prisoners.
There isn't a single scene highlighting the strength of Leng's relationships with the other Guillotines
, who remain largely faceless, and narrative logic and pacing falter even as a mysterious connection develops among Wolf, Leng and Musen.
cutters for size reduction of large moldings and purgings allow use of smaller, less costly granulators.
For systems where ultrasonics are not required the standard guillotine
can operate at speeds up to 180 cuts per minute again with the indexing action providing clean straight cuts.
Pinch-off type cutters, while faster than a guillotine
, require frequent adjustment to ensure a clean cut, and are generally limited to thinner sections.
A typical crew for a small guillotine
operation is two workers--a breaker operator and a roller operator.
Colin said: "I check the orders, weigh the fibres needed to do the job and then cut it to size on the guillotine
YPO are looking for Provider/s to be appointed onto a Framework Agreement for the supply of paper trimmers and guillotines
designed to meet the needs of all public sector organisations, described to be used in education establishments, schools and local authorities within the Public Sector.
can also be used to remove domes and slice off redundant features in molded parts.
Systems include continuous densifiers with outputs to 5000 lb/hr and automatic guillotines
with up to 100-ton cutting force.
Rollmaster series of roll guillotines
safely cut rolls of film or sheet from hollow cores.
Line is complemented by a complete array of feeding and discharge accessories such as conveyors, bale cutters, guillotines
, augers, blowers, cyclones, and dust filters.