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Manufacturing industrial blades, machine knives and medical blades with strict tolerances may be too extreme for some companies. However, at Baucor, working with these tolerances such as ±.0002" (±0.005 mm) is our everyday life. From most converting industries such as paper, plastic and food to medical industry, Baucor offers a wide range of highly durable custom and standard knives and blades that are meant for various cut processes. Our well-trained and highly experienced team combined with our in-house high-tech CNC machines and equipment, we provide quality knives and blades at the most competitive price. While we provide our customers in various industries with our quality blades, we also help R&D companies/departments develop blades for their own application.


At Baucor, we manufacture our knives from D2, M2 HSS, M4, 440 B Stainless Steel, Spring Steel, Tungsten Carbide, CPM 10V, CPM 9V, and CPM M4. We have the capability to manufacture our knives completely with wire EDM (Electric Discharge Machining). Our in-house TiN coating will also make your knife last even longer. Let Baucor help you get the best quality blade at a competitive price within a very short lead time. Our expertise is our capability to manufacture quality custom blade at a competitive price within a short delivery time. Baucor uses a wide variety of high quality materials to manufacture machine knives, industrial blades and medical blades. No matter what industry you are in, we can craft the best blades made from high quality materials carefully selected for your cutting application. If you need an advice on what material should be used for your new blades, we can help you select the right material to get the most performance out of your industrial knives and blades. Please contact us today to learn more about how we can help you save money and time and get longer-lasting blades. 

Also for help on choosing the right material, please click here to go to the materials page.

*** Please download our tolerance sheet here. This file shows tightest tolerances we can hold as well as regular tolerances we use unless otherwise requested.