Maximum cutting length 4500 mm (14.8 ft)
Working table height 950 mm (37.4 inches)
Maximum saw blade projection 115 mm (4.5 inches)
Maximum grippers opening 117 mm (4.6 inches)
Main saw motor 18 Kw (25 HP)
Angular velocity 3185 RPM-
Blade diameter hub diameter 430 mm
Scoring saw 75mm @ 2.65Kw (3.5 HP) 5035 RPM; Diameter 215 mm; Arbor 50mm.
LIFT TABLE IN-FEED
Size of the lift table 4500 x 1600 mm (14.8 x 5.2 ft)
Lift motor Kw (4.8 HP)
Lift table infeed height from floor 320 mm (12.6 in) minimum
Lifting I lowering speed 0.7 m/min (2.3 ft/min)
Minimum bunk capacity: 700 mm (27.5 in.)
Maximum bunk capacity: 800 mm (31.5 in)
(Machine will require pillars or pit in lift table area)
Please note that work table height will vary depending upon final bunk height required by customer.
Controlled by ac brushless
Continuous torque output 6.5Nm
Feed speed from 1 to 60 m/rnin (3 to 197 ft/min)
Return speed 60 m/min (197 ft/min)
Overall stroke 4690 mm (11 ft)
Length of support table under pusher 3090 mm (10.1 ft)
Automatic loading minimum thickness 8 to 10 mm (.31 to .39 in.)
Support roller modules in pusher area Fourteen (14)
FRONT SUPPORT TABLES
The area of the worktable where the operator stands is equipped with air flotation tables to ease the handling of the material being sized.
Air flotation tables 5 tables 2000 x 510 mm (78.7 x 20 in.)
Lift Table. The Giben lift table lifting mechanism relies on four (4) heavy duty screwjacks at the four cornerpoints of the lift table itself The four (4) screwjacks are simultaneously operated by one common chain driving system. This mechanism ensures that the lift table rises and lowers perfectly horizontal, even when loaded with heavy out-of- center panel bunks.
Lift Table. The Giben lift table lifting mechanism relies on four (4) heavy duty screwjacks at the four cornerpoints of the lift table itself.
The Pusher Beam is driven by servo motor and a high precision rack and pinion mechanism. The design is completed by a positioning system controlled by an encoder that directly reads from the same rack of the pusher beam.