Foster Keencut 115" Hot Cut System with HSGM Heat Knife (MPN: 61749)
HSGM Hot Cut System
Designed specifically for fabric graphics cutting and finishing, Foster HSGM Hot Cut offers a standard of straight, square and clean cutting.
ACCURACY Human errors and makeshift straight edges are now a thing of the past. With a single Allen key adjustment, the Keencut Heat Knife Carrier attaches directly to your Foster Keencut cutter bar. The heat knife cuts approximately ¼ inch from the cutter aluminum extrusion bar, ensuring precision straight-line fabric cuts in the same location every time. SPEED Accommodate today’s high-demand fabric graphics—and more of them— using the heated blades of HSGM knives that cut and seal the edges of synthetic fabrics. Eliminate the time associated with cumbersome hand cutting and final trimming of frayed or unraveled edges.
SAFETY The Keencut Heat Knife Carrier is safe to use. When the spring-loaded heat knife is depressed, a center post triggers the heating mechanism. As soon as it is released, the heating element automatically turns off.
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