Circular sawing machines hold cut-length tolerances as close as ±0.0008 in.

September 9, 2009

Klingelhofer Corp.'s Bimax automatic circular sawing machines are designed for accurate cutting of bars, tubes, and shapes.

The high-precision Swiss machines hold cut length tolerances as close as ±0.0008 in. They are designed to use either high-speed steel or solid carbide saw blades.

Clamping and infeed equipment are available for loading and cutting material in bundles.

The machine features automatic trim cutting and separation of remnant ends. A user-friendly touch screen panel combined with a programmable logic controller simplifies operation and function diagnostics. The saw and material handling equipment are fully enclosed to meet all existing safety codes.

Available models are: the TA 91 with 65 mm dia. (2.6 in.) capacity; the TA 90, 100 mm dia. (3.9 in-) capacity and a precision abrasive cutoff machine for cutting heat-treated steel; and the TS 91 with a 30 mm dia. (1.2 in.) capacity.



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