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Product Name: multifunctional meat cutter
Sliced ingredients: meat, fish and vegetables
Production capacity: 80kg / hour
Blade material: 4Cr13 stainless steel blade
Blade speed 200R / min
Voltage:110V/220V(110V by default)
Blade thickness selection 1.7mm 2.5mm 3.5mm 5mm 7mm
The most common size of general dishes/meat is 3.5mm,
and the cutting size is determined by the spacing of the knife groups, and the spacing of the knife groups cannot be adjusted.
A variety of sizes can be selected: 1.7mm-2.5mm-3.5mm-5mm-7mm.
If cutting cooked meat, it is recommended to choose a size above 3.5mm.
The following foods cannot be cut into the machine:
whole hard fruits, boned meat, frozen meat, otherwise it is easy to damage the blade and jam the machine.
If you need to shred/dice the hard fruit, you can manually cut the hard fruit into slices,
and then put the fruit slices into the machine and cut into shreds and then cut into dices.
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