Press Release Summary:
ARC(TM) (Angled Repositioning Cuts) saw is used inline for rendering angled edges on post-extruded profiles. Able to cut from 45-135Â°, inline multi-angle V-notch saw features 36 in. table travel and cut length accuracy of Â±0.020 in. Device includes 18 in. dia carbide-tipped saw blade and 3 hp ac motor. PLC-controlled graphical interface panel enables operators to set cutting angle and cut length, adjust cutting cycle duration, and program variable batch cuts.
Original Press Release:
Creating New Windows of Opportunity at CDS
ARC(TM): Inline multi-angle V-notch saw
o 45° to 135° angle cutting capability
o 36 in. table travel
o Cut length accuracy of ± 0.020 in.
o 18 in. dia. carbide-tipped saw blade
o 3 Hp AC motor for saw blade
o PLC-controlled graphical interface
o Self-adjusting clamps
o Cut-out parts ejection system
o Vacuum dust collector
Whereas the traditional method for rendering angled edges on post-extruded profiles is to use a miter saw offline, CDS's ARC(TM) (Angled Repositioning Cuts) saw is used inline to create the same result. Powered by a servo motor and drive, the saw cuts at two preset angles, from 45 to 135 degrees, at one or both ends of a profile. (See diagram.) Originally designed to cut window frames, the ARC saw is also suitable for cutting fence posts, fence panels, and other applications with angled edges. To view a video clip of the saw's cutting cycle, visit: www.cdsmachines.com/arc.wmv
The saw's user-friendly graphical interface panel enables operators to set the cutting angle and the cut length of their profiles, adjust the duration of the cutting cycle, and program variable batch cuts.
CDS designs and manufactures post-extruder machinery and systems for a broad array of thermoplastic, thermoset, and polymer-based applications. Products include Haul-offs, Sizing and Cooling Tanks, Saws and Cutters, Collection Tables, Embossers, and auxiliary units. For more information, visit www.cdsmachines.com or call 1 877-633-1993.