A new ultrasonic cutter has been created called WonderCutter which is capable of cutting plastic, acrylic leather, ABS, PCB, PC, formex, chemical fiber and more. Available for earlybird backers via Kickstarter from $248 the WonderCutter ultrasonic cutter makes light work of cutting through materials thanks to its 40,000 vibrations per second. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the WonderCutter. The development team behind WonderCutter explain more about its inspiration, design and features.
WonderCutter will be found very handy and useful for makers, crafters, designers, architects, plastic modelers, and anyone who wants to share love with what they made. We highly recommend you to try out. Vibrations of 40,000times/sec. Maximize efficiency & Minimize heating. The system is safe from the amplitude control, over-power, over-voltage and over-current. With WONDERCUTTER, anyone can become an expert at making plastic model, accessary, and DIY products. Reduce accidents by using vibration energy. Even senior citizens and handicapped people with not as strong handgrip also can use the product easily.
There is nothing like building and making things with your own hands that improves your self esteem and confidence. And it is the same for anyone regardless of your age, preference, whatsoever. My colleagues and I wanted to invent a safe and handy tool that allows everyone to use very easily. The ultrasonic cutter is often used for making delicate cuts in industrial field such as cutting bumpers or smartphone cases. It is perfect for cutting, but its only problem is the price that goes up to million dollars. And I have come up with this question, “what if we miniaturize these cutters and make something affordable and easy to use so that anybody can use?”
WonderCutter is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges starting from just $248 and delivery expected to take place during May 2018. For full specifications and more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below.