Automated Cross Cut Saw works with computerized panel saws.
Press Release Summary:
Series USA-50 cutting station, offered as add-on modular angular system, accepts stacks of material up to 75 mm high, 50 in. wide, and 10 ft long, which are automatically loaded from rear, packed, and squared prior to cutting. PC-based controller can be linked to master computer, and all cuts are executed without requirement of machine operator. After parts are processed, bar code labels are affixed to each piece for identification.
Original Press Release:
Hendrick Fully Automated Cross Cut Saw
Hendrick introduces the USA-50 series cutting station with full automation as an add-on modular angular system that increases the productivity of standard computerized panel saws. Stacks of material up to 75 mm in height, 50 inches wide and 10 feet long are automatically loaded from the rear, packed and squared prior to cutting. Pneumatic grippers, side aligners and hold-downs secure the material for accuracy. The machine's PC based controller can be linked to a master computer for downloading optimized cut patterns and cutting sequence instructions. All cuts are executed without the requirement of a machine operator. Manual overrides for front loading or individual operator assisted cutting are standard. After the parts are processed bar code labels are affixed to the side of each piece for identification and further process instruction. For more information contact Hendrick at Hendrick/RWH Industries, Inc., 32-36 Commercial Street, Salem, MA 01970, 978-741-3600, Fax: 978-744-0242, e-mail: email@example.com, Web: hendrickmfg.net.