Tuesday, June 16, 2020
With complete appreciation for Panel Processing’s business, IMA Schellling unveils the latest upgrade to their manufacturing process in Alpena, MI, a new Schelling fh6 panel saw. fh6 wood panel saw is a perfect addition to the industry and is equipped to strengthen panel processing.
With up to 37 Hp (27kW) of power, the solidly constructed fh6 offers productive solutions for industrial tasks, delivering the highest degree of precision. From material feed to finished board part, this wood panel saw’s automation ensures optimum processes. It perfectly suits the industry demands such as cutting fiberboard, MDF, OSB, HDF, HPL boards or modern wooden materials, the fh6 delivers smooth production. The fh6 is a high performer, ergonomic, safe, precise and fast.
With 27 kW of power, the fh 6 offers productive solutions for industrial tasks. The solid construction ensures the highest degree of precision. The automation ensures optimum processes from the material feed to the finished board part. Whether particle board, medium-density fibre board, oriented strand board, high-density fibre board or high pressure laminate panels or modern wooden materials, the fh 6 stands for smooth production. Ergonomic, safe, precise and quick.
• Powerful and efficient – 27 kW motor output
• Maximum productivity due to automation options with:
• Turntable and
• Lift table with separate push-off carriage or
• Vacuum infeed
• Simple material handling – Material advance to air flotation table
• Highest angular accuracy due to double strip aligning device
• Trendsetting ergonomics and security
• Cutting of the narrowest strips
• Single sheet and book cut to 120 mm (depending on material)
• Solid wood cut
• Postforming and softforming cut
• Grooving and rabbeting
• Insert grooving / insert rabbeting
• Window cutting
• Laminate and veneer cut
• MCS control (Windows platform) – simple and intuitive to control incl. cutting pattern generator
• Comes standard with large 22? display
• HPO cutting pattern optimization (optional) for optimum creation of cutting patterns