Capable of operating in both automatic and semiautomatic modes, Shark 410 CNC HS automatic band-sawing machine cuts both sectional and solid structural and stainless steels, and light alloys with up to 410mm diameters and rectangular dimensions of 450 X 410mm.
The Shark 410 CNC HS automatic band-sawing machine is available throughout Australia from Power Machinery Australia .
The Shark 410 CNC HS automatic band-sawing machine’s multi-microprocessor allows 32 different lots in different lengths and quantities to be cut from the same bar, while a self-aligning vice can also feed deformed and misshapen bars, with a minimal automatically feedable rest piece of 100mm.
Fed by a brushless motor and screw/nut system with recirculating balls-crews and 700mm stepper motor, bars weighing up to 3000kgs are cut by a cast-iron bow-head of rigid construction allowing greater cut control and a longer blade life.
Rotation of a bi-metal band (suitable for both sections and solids) by a vector-inverter motor means the cutting speed can be continuously adjusted from 15m/min to 110m/min.
Comparative parameters for cutting load, cutting pressure, and cutting deflection are all programmed in real time through a programming console.
This console comprises an LCD screen to display cautionary and diagnostic messages in the language of use, and touch-tone polyester thermal shaped buttons.
A movable control keypad can be positioned to allow the control and monitoring of cutting operations - such as the regulation of the band-guide head - all from a safe distance, while the control and function systems are protected from ingoing and outgoing electrical and electro-mechanical phenomena.
Additional features include chip collection drawer/optional chip evacuator, convenient location of the coolant tank in the steel base, a motorised wire chip brush, an electromechanical actuator with dynamic control for blade tensioning, as well as the expected service keys, instruction manual, and spare parts list, all in the language of usage.