Omga V2013 Automatic Computer Controlled Mitre Saw

Automatic, hopper-fed. programmable twin-blade mitre saw for picture framing, furniture or joinery

  • High speed
  • Precision cutting
  • Programmable

About this Product

The V2013 ANC is a high speed precision mitre saw for the picture frame, joinery and furniture industries. It is fitted with an on board computer enabling it to operate in various cutting modes with automatic angle setting at 45° for square and rectangle, 30° for hexagnal and 22.5°, for octagnal frames. The machine is able to cut from random lengths of material and can also optimize the cutting sequence in its list mode.

The onboard control unit with Microsoft Windows operating system has a 17" touch scree colour dispay which allows the data that the operator requires to be constantly displayed. Programs can be written and edited on the machine or can be downloaded from an office PC via USB port. It is possible to interrupt the cutting process at any time and have a different program carried out whilst all the data relating to the first program remains stored. Error messages are displayed on screen reducing downtime.

The machine is fitted with a 3000mm capacity vertical hopper feed system and outfeed conveyor belt with a pneumatic sequence kicker also fitted as standard, in order not to damage the cut components and to separate the tail end waste pieces.

Omga V2013 Automatic Computer Controlled Mitre Saw
Omga V2013 Automatic Computer Controlled Mitre Saw
  • Twin Cutting units with 2 x 3hp motors
  • Pneumatic blade downstroke with speed control
  • 1200mm workpiece feeder
  • 3000mm vertical hopper feeder
  • Automatic angle setting at 22.5°,30° and 45°
  • Outfeed conveyor belt with pneumatic kicker
  • 17" Touch screen display
  • 2 x USB 3.0 + 6 USB 2.0
  • Ethernet
  • Intel multicore 3.0 GHz processor
  • OS Microsoft Windows Embeded
  • 3 COM ports 1-2-3 ( RS232/422/485 )
  • CE Safety equipment

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