Try a waterjet.
We need to cut biologic, tubular medical devices into 1cm to 1.5cm sections. The tubes are thin-walled and range in inner diameter from 1.5mm to 7mm. The material is tough and resistant to cutting with a scalpel, but flexible enough that it can easily by creased if cut with scissors. Any experience or suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
Thanks for the reply. The issue would be rehydrating the dried material.
Look into it a little further. You will learn that waterjets are used to cut multiple layers of cloth and leave no evidence of moisture behind. It would be worth some trials.