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Jeff Terrill
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EXF #:   SO-010444  
Brand/Model:  

OMGA T 521 OPT

Machine Type:  

OPTIMIZING PUSH FEED CUTOFF SAW

Year of Mfg.:   2005
Condition:   Very good condition   
Elect./Voltage:   230 V, 60 Cy, 3 Ph.
Value New:   $ 55,000
Price:   $ 25,700 USD    
Financing: $ 523 National Capital Leasing
Region:   NORTHWEST (Click for Regional Map)

Description:

OMGA MODEL T521 OPT - 4000 Automatic Crosscutting Saw System

  Suitable for cutting up to 13' long lumber; cuts single or multiple stacked pieces; CNC precision rack & pinion style programmable pusher with vertical clamp to accurately position lumber to selected lengths. The grading operation is made by a precision rail-mounted laser gun on the infeed table.

  Upcutting Cutoff Saw with cutting cycle speeds from 0.5 - 1.0 Sec, 20" dia. blade; feed system with tail clamp, 10° incline to keep lumber against fence line.

  Cutting cap.: 12-5/8" Wide x 5-1/2" thick; 13' max. infeed lumber length; 6 HP saw motor drives arbor at 3,400 RPM; max. feed speed 200 FPM pusher; feed speed rated at 90 Lbs. max. material weight.

  Onboard computer is capable of executing the following cycles: Cuts to length, defecting by detection of laser beam marks, optimization based on length, optimization between defects, and optimization between defects with selection of (2) different grades.

  4" Display screen with 2-line display, 3-1/2" floppy disk drive (optional) and (2) RS-232 serial ports.

  Loading station includes a surface where the operator is able to mark the boards through the laser system. Incoming lumber rests on a table surface at 10° incline to ensure material remains flat against fence for an ergonomic loading operation.

  Pneumatic cylinder: Controls the saw stroke, speed-adjustable via flow controls & regulator, located at front of machine; adjustable blade guard to clamp workpiece, clamp activates automatically with saw cycle.

  Capacity varies according to incoming lumber lengths, cutstock lengths, and saw cycle speed: Avg. (12 - 16) cycles/Min.

    Special Note: Reduced
    Comment: Great Optimizer at a great price!
    Written By: Jeff Terrill  
    *Dimensions:Available from product manager
    *Weight:Please call
    *Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.