Kaltenbach takes three machines to EMO

Sawing machine specialist Kaltenbach says it is taking three machines to next month’s EMO 2017 exhibition in Hanover, Germany (18-23 September). On Stand C58 in Hall 15, the company will offer visitors the opportunity to see the following machines performing live demonstrations: a fully automatic KKS 463 NA circular saw featuring a new KDV vertical drilling axis; a semi-automatic KKS 450 H circular saw combining automatic material infeed gripper and
L 41 P length stop; and a KBS 400 DG bandsaw with mitre-cutting capability for the processing of steel.

The KKS 463 NA circular saw features a 460 mm saw blade and can deliver ±60° automatic mitre cuts. Flat, angle and solid materials, as well as tubes and special profiles, can all be cut automatically. Further functionality includes the ability to provide multiple front and back cuts, while high quality cutting is aided by workpiece clamping on both sides of the saw blade and infinitely variable adjustment of the saw-blade feed, as well as contactless saw-blade return stroke. Electronic cutting-height adjustment and rapid reverse motion of the saw blade also feature.
Kaltenbach’s KKS 450 H is fitted with a 450 mm saw blade and can provide ±90° mitre cuts. Modern operation is facilitated via a control panel with plain-text display, offering clamping, sawing, reverse motion and opening at the touch of a button. The saw is suitable for single cuts and processing small batches, and there is good accessibility for saw-blade changes and maintenance work.
The KBS 400 DG has a capacity of 400 x 350 mm (w x h). Features include long blade life and high cutting quality due to an inclined saw band, while intelligent material measurement integrated into the clamping system boosts process reliability.
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