Industrial metal cutting shapers and slotters are devices used in the manufacturing industry to shape metal parts. These machines are usually used to make things like brackets, hooks, and other parts that are needed in manufacturing. They are also used to create holes in metal parts. Slotters are important because they can create extremely accurate and consistent holes. This is important because it allows for easy and accurate assembly of metal parts.

Slotting and grinding are two common industrial metal cutting processes. Slotting is when a tool or die is inserted into a piece of metal and rotated to create a recess or slot. Grinding is the same process, but the metal is turned by a rotating wheel. There are many different types of injuries that can occur while performing these processes. Slitting injuries typically occur when the blade misses the workpiece and cuts into the person’s hand or arm. Gripping injuries can occur when the worker’s hand slips off the workpiece. Metalcutting injuries can also occur if pieces of metal fly off the workpiece and hit the worker in the face or body.

There are a few other types of metal cutting injuries that can occur. These injuries include:


Fractures are the most common type of metal cutting shapers injury. When the active moving part of the machine slips and grinds against the user, it can cause a fracture. Fractures can occur anywhere on the body, but are most likely to happen to the hand or arm. Lacerations are wounds that extend more than 1 inch deep and wide. They can result from high-speed metal cutting, and often require stitches or surgery. Cuts are wounds that do not go all the way through the skin and are a frequent occurrence with metalworking machinery. Burn injuries are possible from contact with hot metal or sharp objects. They can also occur as a result of mishandling tools or equipment.

If you have been injured by a metal cutting shaper or slotter, you should contact an attorney. These machines are dangerous and can cause serious injuries if not used correctly. An attorney can help you find the right legal recourse for your situation.