As part of our process we apply an adhesive lined foil backer to one of our products. Currently we use a glorified utility knife and drag it across the product to cut the foil. This works great the first 50 or 100 times until the foil tears instead of cuts, wads up on the cutter, causing scrap and downtime. My thought was since the foil isn't very thick (maybe a little thicker than heavy duty aluminum foil you use for cooking) we could possibly use a high pressure air nozzle (150-200 PSI possibly). I can't seem to find any real world applications but thought I would see what everyone thought.
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