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New Rip Saws

Sedgwick TA 315, 400 & 450

 

 

  • Heavy-duty cast iron table and precision engineered rise & fall / tilt mechanism
  • Rigid fence with high/low positions & micro adjustment
  • Self-adjusting riving knife mounted aluminium sawguard
  • 620mm XCT table with telescopic mitre fence and timber stop
  • Switchgear with mushroom stop-lock, lockable isolator & foot stop

 

 

Harwi Heavy Duty Rip Saw

 

 

A heavy duty sawbench suitable for use in sawmills, timber frame manufacturing and general joinery, because of the robust construction of the machine it is able to perform heavy duty tasks in continuous use in all branches of the woodworking industry.

 

The machine is available in 3 models depending on the required depth of cut, there are also various options available such as a detachable sliding carriage.

 

Specification:

  • Max width of cut blade to rip fence 645mm - 625 on 130model. (1250mm optional)
  • Outfeed table
  • Overhead saw guard
  • Table height 950mm
  • Saw blade angle tilting 90 to 45 degrees.
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  • Type 130 max depth of cut 110mm
  • Type 180 max depth of cut 180mm
  • Type 210 max depth of cut 210mm
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  • Type 130 saw blade diameter 400mm
  • Type 180 saw blade diameter 500mm
  • Type 210 saw blade diameter 600mm
  • Spindle diameter 30mm
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  • Type 130 motor power 5.5kw
  • Type 180 motor power 7.5kw
  • Type 210 motor power 11kw

 

 

Centauro SL Horizontal Rip Saw

 

 

A heavy duty horizontal rip saw for cutting timber board, panels, SIP and other materials.

 

Power driven parallel fence with digital readout of width measurement to sawline and cut piece.

 

Safety guard with sequenced pneumatic operation.

 

Standard features include:

  • Motorised rear fence
  • Overhead control panel -sliding to suit operator work position.

Multi-Rip Saw KY MRS300A

 

A heavy duty multi-rip saw with cast iron frame. Suitable for ripping solid wood - both hardwood and softwood.

 

The feed chain track is manufactured from hard wearing cast iron and high grade precision connecting pins.

 

As standard the machine is fitted with:

  • 3 rows of anti-kick back fingers and also
  • A safety limit switch to prevent over-wide work pieces from damaging the side cover.
  • A central lubrication system ensures permanent lubrication between the feed chain and guideways.
  • In the event of lack of lubrication oil the machine is equipped with a warning light and the feed track stops automatically until oil is topped up). There is power rise and fall to the top pressure unit which has 4 rollers.

Cameron Rip Saw, Rip & skew Optimisation

 

 

Comprising of a heavy duty model MRS with either 1 moving or 2 moving blades and fixed blade multi rip saw linked to a SKEW infeed automatic feeding and timber rip optimisation system.

 

As standard the saw is equipped with:

  • 50 hp main motor with electric power rise / fall of the saw blade and top pressure unit.
  • In addition it has variable feed to the feed chain which also has polyurethane inserts.
  • A powered outfeed roller.
  • For board alignment and optimisation the machine is fitted with overhead laser lights.
  • The laser positioning for the moving blade(s) / board alignment / feeding is all controlled from the SKEW via its software and communication package linked to the saw.
  • The SKEW itself can handle boards up to 4.9m (16ft) in length. It is fitted with 16 x width laser scanners each at 300mm spacing which allows the width of the board to be accurately scanned thus giving the best possibility to achieve the maximum yield.

 

The general method of operation is:

  1. The operator loads the board on to the cross chains which then transports it past the laser scanners that measure the boards width.
  2. The moving fence (a unique feature) then accurately positions the board under the laser lights to present the operator with best optimum rip combination based on the size and shape of the board.
  3. The operator then selects the process button to feed / cut the board. He does however have a number of options to manually adjust the laser positions if required or skip to next best cutting solution the software has given.

 

Another added advantage of this system is that the operator stands at the side of the saw not directly in front of the feeding area thus eliminating the danger of 'sliver' kick backs.

 

The Cameron 'Optirip' software not only optimises the board width to give the best ripping combinations, it also has a number of other important features such as tallying the timber infeed / outfeed, calculates the most profitable rip combination based £ value, downloading of customer orders, production reports and the option to rip for maximum yield or for a required amount.

 

Programming can be done either at the machine on the touch screen control panel or alternatively in the office with the cutting data being transferred by USB pen or via network cable.

 

Overall some of the main advantages of this system include a 7 to 10% increase in yield when compared to hand feeding, extremely accurate positioning of the boards (no yield loss due to misalignment) and increased operator safety and increased productivity.

 

On request the SKEW can be supplied to fit existing multirip saws.

Used Rip Saws

Stenner Eagle

 

Stenner Eagle uses 4" wide tensioned saw blades, Pressure sawguides for blade stability and cutting accuracy. Heavy duty support column for top saw wheel with sensitive tensioning system, Substantial steel fabrications throughout. True radial arm feed gear, Feed rollers easily removed when cutting wide boards. Simple to operate. Grouped controls at operator's position. Saw wheels cleaned by scrapers and lubricated pads, Blade cleaned by spring loaded pads. Free standing - no noise enclosure. Floor space requirements less than 1.5 sq. metres. Low noise - tested to international standards.

 

Various makes and models available please contact us with your requirements and updated information.

 

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