Project Description

Fixed bench machine designed and manufactured according to the up-to date concepts and fitted for making 45° degrees cut to realize V-grooves. The high speed of the holding spindle carriage and its special automatic devices allow it to achieve very high production levels.

EQUIPMENT:

Machine with a fixed bench equipped with n. 2 spindles equipped with diamond wheels diam. 300 mm at 45° (one opposed to the other) to realise sloping cuts.

Spindles assembled on a travelling holding spindle carriage, with pinion/rack system operated by a grar motor; speed 0÷30 m/1’; Spindle sliding on screw ball guides placed on the lower part of the bench, properly protected against water.

Electrowelded loading bench equipped with n. 7 lines of omnidirectional rollers for loading and unloading the slabs.
Reference bar for the workpiece alignment.
Set of pneumatic holding slab pistons (no. 4).
Electric equipment, controlled by PLC; cutting controls both in automatic or manual.
Roller table to support long pieces while working their heads.
Kit including keys, abrasive wheels etc..

THE SLABS HAVE TO BE WORKED WITH THE POLISHED FACE DOWN

MAIN FEATURES:

Main protection covers in stainless steel.
Strong electrowelded machine main structure fully worked by a milling machine.
To prevent the machinery from rust, its structure and main parts are metallized through a modern treatment that follows different phases: sandblasting, metallization with zinc wire, priming coat with zinc phosphate epoxy product and final painting with a high solid polyacrylic enamel. Covers submitted to cataphoresis treatment which follows different phases: degreasing of the piece, spry or dipping pre-treatment, electroplating bath which uses the electric power to plate the paint as to make a uniform skin, after-washing and furnace baking.
Monolithic machine (made in one piece – excluding the rollers) that does not need foundations but can lay on the floor.

TECHNICAL DATA TO BE CONFIRMED BY THE CUSTOMER:

VOLTAGES (…V…HZ)
N. OF PHASES

POSSIBLE WORKINGS

Phase 1: Cut

Phase 2: Positioning

Phase 3: Assembling