Automatic push-feed crosscut saw, with CNC programmable sequential cutting ideally suited for cutting to length components for furniture, joinery, timber frame and flooring
An automatic push-feed crosscut saw, with CNC programmable sequential cutting of boards, ideally suited for cutting to length components for furniture, joinery, timber frame and flooring or anywhere where speed and accuracy are required. The structure of the machine is of a one piece frame designed to ensure long lasting strength and rigidity and is prepared for the installation of various optional equipment such as infeed chains with separating system, vacuum loading and outfeed sorting belt.
The push-feed system with pneumatic lifting of the pusher feeding from right to left, moving on a linear guide-way ( rolling circulation system ) with lubrication devise and driven by brush-less servo motor with high torque and precision. the speed of the pusher is programmable up to 200 M/Min with an accuracy of +/- 0.2mm/m
The saw cutting is controlled by the machine CNC with adjustable cutting time from 0.3 to 2 seconds, the vertical movement of the saw blade is pneumatic with adjustable speed, the Ø500mm saw blade is driven by a 7.5hp brake motor. In order to ensure a perfect square cut there is a pneumatic side alignment arm with adjustable pressure fitted before the blade and a pneumatic vertical press equipped with braking wheels with adjustable force and made from high resistance rubber fitted on the outfeed of the saw, this will ensure the cutting length accuracy without over running.
The machine is controlled by an industrial computer ( CNC with colour display ) allowing the operator quick and easy programming and able to save more than 100 cutting lists ( sequences ) each with 9 different length sizes in any quantity, with customised head and tail waste cuts.
There are 3 levels of CNC operating systems,AP version is a simple programmable sequence programme with limited optimisation at the end of the board sequence.
OL version is full optimisation, with board measuring photocell fitted on the pusher. priority can be given by length, quantity or value, cutting lists ( files ) can be download via USB.
E version is full optimising as OL version and including defect cutting detected by camera of the luminescent chalk marks.
Pre loading shelves are fitted to the infeed table for preparing the next boards to be cut ( not available if the machine is fitted with the CALS automatic feeding system )For total protection the loading side of the machine is fitted with IR safety barrier ( infra red beam )
Loading Capacity 6200mmPush direction right to leftMin / Max height 10 - 120mmMin / Max width 30 - 300mmPusher speed up to 200 m / minAccuracy +/- 0.2mm / mSaw blade Ø500mm ( HM steel Z=120 alternate teeth )7.5hp saw motorIndustrial control unit with colour display100 stored programsPneumatic side pressure armPneumatic top pressure rollerIR Safety barrier ( infra-red beam )
Cals 1300 x 6 feed chains with separating systemSaw blade Ø500mm HM steel alt bevel X=120 ( Ø35mm bore )TC60 3000 X 400 / 1 E300 sorting belt with 1 electorExtra 1000 mm beltExtra E300 EjectorVertual Ejector ( use 2 ejectors together )Inverter for variable belt speedTSS 45° 2500 X 520 Tilted waste conveyorAdditional side alignerRouter ( communication with Cursal )PDS 2000 X 400 out feed tablePDS 3000 X 400 out feed tablePDS 4000 X 400 out feed tablePDS 5000 X 400 out feed tablePDS 6000 X 400 out feed tablePDS 4000 X 400 with EP ejector ( Single full length )PDS 5000 X 400 with EP ejectorPDS 6000 X 400 with EP ejectorCSI 4000 x 1500 mm In-feed with 6 chainsUnloading table 1500 x 800 mmUnloading table 1500 x 1100 mm
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