Sheet metal cutting is usually carried out with scissors since ancient times, that is, two blades located on parallel planes are slightly offset from each other (just like household scissors!).
Up to now, the concept of this technology has not changed, but its cutting ability in thickness and length has been significantly improved. We have moved from a manual (large scissors) to a table with fixed blades. Through appropriate levers to industrial levers, the driving force used in it has been developing like all other machines (hydraulic, steam, electric).
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