Circular Sawing System suits metal cutting applications.

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Model CM150AN features CNC unit designed for metal sawing. Narrow kerf blades, accurate indexing, and short remnant assure maximum number of usable parts per bar and minimal material scrap. Mist system and precision ground carbide blades provide end finishes that may eliminate secondary facing operation. Machine includes vibration-free saw spindle, anti-backlash brake system, and inclined magazine table for automatic material loading.



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ACT Introduces CM150AN Circular Sawing System



La Mirada, CA, Aug. 5, 2003 - Amada Cutting Technologies, Inc. (ACT; www.amadabandsaw.com) has released the CM150AN circular sawing system. Mac Tadokoro, president of ACT, made the announcement.

"The CM150AN sawing system provides users with high productivity, accuracy and excellent surface finishes," Tadokoro said. "The operator friendly CNC unit specifically designed for metal sawing eliminates trial and error feed and speed settings in most sawing applications."

Amada's narrow kerf blades, accurate indexing and very short remnant assure the maximum number of usable parts per bar and minimal material scrap. A specially designed mist system and the precision ground carbide blades provide end finishes that in many applications may eliminate the need for a secondary facing operation.

Machine dimensions are 98.8" x 77.8" x 66.9." Machine weight is 5,733 lbs. Loading size is 39" x 20." For more information on the CM150AN, please call (800) 877-4729.

Key productivity features include:
o Inclined magazine table for automatic material loading.
o Servo motor for precise material indexing.
o Vibration-free saw spindle mechanism.
o Mist type coolant system.
o Wear-resistant vise system.
o Automatic trim cut sorting.
o Anti-backlash brake system for longer blade life.
o Burr free mechanism.

ACT, established in 1987, is located in La Mirada, Calif., about 25 miles south of Los Angeles. ACT is part of the Amada Group, the world's largest manufacturer/distributor of sheet metal fabrication machinery, founded in 1946. ACT sells and distributes bandsaw machines, bi-metal bandsaw blades and parts to manufacturing facilities, steel service centers, forges and foundries, machine shops and other metal-related industries throughout North America.

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