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T 2020 NC

High Speed Automatic Cut-off Saw programmable for optimized cutting of wood stock and defect removal  

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Particularly suitable for high production requirements given its very high maximum feed speed of 240 m/min. The set of 7 feeding rollers with corresponding top pressure rollers are able to compensate for dimensional variations of rough mill stock. The machine is equipped with a Windows based PC. The software is capable of performing eleven work cycle programs. Cutting lists can be input directly from the PC keypad, USB port, with direct serial connection to a remote PC or directly through the network. The software is complete with diagnostic and can also provide the following information: - Stock, in cubic metersrequired to produce the number of pieces in each list. - Number of pieces produced of each length. - Amount of stock in cubic meters divided into: first, second, third grade and waste - Cubic meters required to produce remaining parts. - Yield as a percentage of the total - The system can perform simulated cutting to test the result before processing the wood and allowing the user to decide about the parameter setting for the required production AVAILABLE OPTIONS: - Infeed Roller Tables. - Width Scanner. - Two Sided Marking Stations. - 2nd horizontal reading Camera. (for up to 5 grades). - Single sided CNC Workpiece Sorter with kickers. - Motorized loading systems.  

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T 2020 NC T 2030 NC
Max. piece thickness 4 3/4" 4 3/4"
Max. piece width 12 5/8" 12 5/8"
Min. infeed length 23 5/8" 23 5/8"
Max. feed Speed 800 FPM 800 FPM
Saw blade motor power 7.5 HP 7.5 HP
Feed motor power 10 HP (7.5 kW.) 12 HP (9 kW.)
Max. Acceleration 50 feet/sec. 65 feet/sec.
Cutting Speed 0.2 - 1 sec. 0.2 - 1 sec.
Average number of cuts 80 - 90 min. 90 - 100 min.

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