Adhesive build up on Guillotine blade

Seeking Knowledge

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Hello all,

We are running a job that is printed on pressure sensitive vinyl. When we cut it on our Guillotine cutter, after a couple of lifts, we get a large amount of adhesive build up on the front and back of the blade. Anyone have the silver bullet for this?

Thanks in advance,
SK
 

Seeking Knowledge

Well-known member
We have not, we will, thanks Mr. Pasty Thighs (I smile when I type that). The adhesive that builds up on the back of the blade the major issue.

SK
 

Seeking Knowledge

Well-known member
Thanks PN, how's Kaley Cuoco? We have the cleaning part down, we need the not building up adhesive the blade, silver bullet.

SK [h=1][/h]
 

Magnus59

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Have you tried some Food Grade Silicon spray on the blade between cuts
Yes, silicone spray is the best option, your consumable supplier should be able to supply a product called "Printers Silicone" but if they are food labels then check that the product is food grade.
 

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