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Wood panel cutting cells

Industrial panel cutting

Wood panel cutting cells for large volumes

Powerful panel cutting cells


Our powerful ATH and ASH panel cutting cells allow for fully automatic cutting of large panel packages. Based on a variety of very flexible automatic feeders and stackers, the workcells can be tailored precisely to your requirements.

ATH

Maximum cutting force for medium cutting heights

Thanks to its enormous motor power, the ATH is perfectly suited for panel package cutting, especially for thin high-density panels (e.g. HDF) which do not normally require extreme cutting heights. And its versatility makes it a great fit for many other requirements. With 63 kW, the ATH has almost twice as much motor power as comparable products of its class. Flexible feeders and stackers as well as end cut systems and multiple infeed carriages on the cross-cut saw increase both capacity and flexibility.

ASH

The strongest panel cutting cell in the market

With 75 kW motor power and up to 1000 m³ fixed size cutting per day, the ASH is the strongest panel cutting cell for industrial wood panel cutting. The fully automated workcell is of the highest technical quality. This not only ensures precision and productivity but also long service life in 3-shift operation.

The outstanding features of our powerful panel cutting cells for wood panels

  • Special software applications for parts tracking, labelling and miscellaneous logistic requirements
  • Handling or packaging systems for fully automated processes in the panel cutting area and its environment

Technical data

  • Motor power: ATH: 63 kW; ASH: 75 kW
  • Cutting lengths: 1300 - 7800 mm
  • Cutting heights: ATH: max. 165 mm; ASH: max. 225 mm

Interested?

If so, we will be glad to answer all your questions concerning our ATH and ASH wood panel cutting cells. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

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