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Title:
MECHANICAL CUTTING DEVICE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2018/127877
Kind Code:
A2
Abstract:
The invention relates to a mechanical cutting device for more than one object placed in a linear position, which comprises scissor-like grippers that exert pressure in the opposite direction, joined and fixed by bolts, which produces the forward and backward movement of plates, and wherein the plates comprise cutting holes allowing several pieces or objects to be cut at the same time.

Inventors:
NIETO, Cristian (calle C Norte Al frente de Banco Banistmo, David- Chiriquí, PA)
BATISTA, Oriana Irina (Villa Mercedes Vía Principal, David- Chiriquí, PA)
TORRES, Javier (Solano Avenida I a Sur, Concepción- Chiriquí, PA)
Application Number:
IB2018/052079
Publication Date:
July 12, 2018
Filing Date:
March 27, 2018
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
CENTRO GENDIAGNOSTIK (Centro de Diagnóstico genético, Avenida Central Calle Central, David- Chiriquí, PA)
International Classes:
B26B13/26
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
BENEDETTI V., Ramón (Edificio Comosa, piso19 situado en las Avenidas Samuel Lewis y María Ycaza, Panamá, PA)
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Claims:
CLAIMS

1 . A mechanical cutting device for cutting more than one object placed in a linear position, characterized in that it comprises:

· two grippers in the form of scissors, joined and fixed by means of bolts to each other and to two parallel plates, in contact and with movement in the opposite direction when the grippers are pressed; and

• at least one hole in each of the two plates wherein the object to be cut is immobilized, and wherein each hole in one or the two plates comprises a sharp edge suitable for cutting the object by the opposite movement of the plates.

2. The device, according to claim 1 , wherein the plates are made of metal. 3. The device according to claim 1 , characterized in that it comprises a hook for attaching the object to each end.

Description:
MECHANICAL CUTTING DEVICE

OBJECT OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a mechanical cutting device for more than one object placed in a linear position, which comprises scissor-like grippers that exert pressure in the opposite direction, joined and fixed by bolts, which produces the forward and backward movement of cutting plates, allowing several pieces or objects to be cut at the same time.

Therefore, the present invention can be included in the field of devices for cutting, in particular, for one or more objects with small diameters that are placed in a linear position.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

Different methods and devices, either mechanical or electronic, for cutting objects have been described. These devices are usually complex and intended to cut a single object.

Currently, saving time is not only part of our culture, but also a need, and therefore, in this field, it is necessary to search for new alternatives for cutting several objects in a simultaneous and simple way.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a device that allows several objects placed in a linear way to be cut. The objects can be made of wood, plastic, or other materials, and these objects preferably have a small thickness diameter.

Therefore, one aspect of the present invention relates to a mechanical cutting device for cutting more than one object placed in a linear position, characterized in that it comprises:

• two grippers in the form of scissors, joined and fixed by means of bolts to each other and to two parallel plates, in contact and with movement in the opposite direction when the grippers are pressed; and

• at least one hole in each of the two plates wherein the object to be cut is immobilized, and wherein each hole of one or the two plates comprises a sharp edge suitable for cutting the object by the opposite movement of the plates.

Both plates are embedded in a frame that allows the plates to move in the opposite direction, but which prevents them from losing the separation between the surfaces thereof.

The lower and upper plates contain one or more holes, which allow for the insertion of the object to be cut. Said hole can have a symmetrical diameter, from the bottom to the top, which allows the object passing through the same to be more or less adjusted.

DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1. The structure of the device, from a profile perspective.

FIG. 2. The metal frame which keeps the bars that move in the opposite direction joined in order to cut the objects that have passed through the hole(s).

FIG. 3. The structure of the device, from a rear perspective.

FIG. 4. The structure of the device, from a front perspective. PREFERRED EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION

A detailed description of a preferred exemplary embodiment of the device of the present invention is provided below.

FIG. 1 shows the complete device, from a profile perspective, wherein two grippers (11 , 12) can be seen for gripping the device and pressing in the opposite direction, such that the upper gripper (11) moves downward and the lower gripper (12) moves upward, using one's hands or any other device that can press said grippers. By pressing in the direction indicated, the necessary force is exerted so that, due to the joint (2) and the fixing thereof by means of bolts (31 , 32), the piece (4) is allowed to move forward, pushing the plate (7) forward and the plate (5) backward. Moreover, on each end of the lower part there is a hook (61 , 62), which allows the same to be attached to an external object, which has an edge that protrudes and with the necessary thickness.

FIG. 2 shows the metal frame (8), in which the plates (5) and (7) are embedded; and furthermore, on each end, the lower part, there is the hook (61), which allows the same to be attached to an external object, which has an edge that protrudes and with the necessary thickness.

FIG. 3 shows the plate (5) from an upper-front perspective, wherein the holes (91) can be seen with a symmetrical diameter, which allows the object (8) that will be cut to be fixed.

FIG. 4 shows the plate (7) from a lower-front perspective, wherein the hole (92) can be seen with an asymmetrical diameter containing a concave cavity with a sharp edge, which makes the first contact with the object (8) to be cut.

As the plates (7, 5) move in opposite directions under the necessary pressure on the grippers (11 , 12) and the object (8) is immobilized in the hole (91 , 92), by making contact with the object (8) the filament of the hole (92) produces the cut of said object.