The plank remains stationary on the table, while the sawhead travels back and forth.
The un-edged plank is aligned at the zero line and the splinters are removed.
The one-man operated, longitudinal cut circular saw allows an infinite adjustment of the feeding rate to respectively suit the various plank thicknesses.
After the initial cut, the plank is turned around and, with the aid of the adjustable fence, is cut then parallel in accordance with the required size. This parallel fence can be folded down to one side. Thus, large boards can also be processed. Additional side fences facilitate slat cutting. Technical data
|Max. cutting length||4,400 – 5,200 mm|
|Max. cutting height||100 mm|
|Electric motor||5.5 KW (optional 7.5 KW)|
|Weight||600 – 900 kg|