The belt loading and unloading table enables handling PVC profiles safely, easily and ergonomically. The table features an automatic lifting and positioning system tailored to the profile for the correct machining of the two heads.
Milling machine for machining contour of profiles in PVC, pre-cut at 45° on both sides. The machine, integrated into the window/door production process with FUSION series Emmegi machines – equipped with Seamless technology counterblocks – contours the profiles, preparing them for the next welding phase with seamless finish. CONTOUR features two electrospindles that operate at the same time on the profile ends. The profile feeding and unloading takes place through the front and rear belt loading tables that enable continuous operation, in step with subsequent processes. Programmable on board machine or through office software, it imports and automatically carries out the default and optimised machining lists.
Automatic loading and unloading
CONTOUR is upstream of the welding station, and integrates into the PVC window/door production process. It allows optimising the profile edge for a weld with a seamless finish with Seamless technology counterblocks.
Milling on the two profile ends at the same time
Two milling units, one fixed on the left and one mobile on the right on the X-axis, operate at the same time on the two profile ends, removing the material necessary for the correct application of Seamless technology. The two units operate on two CNC axes to machine the profile pre-cut at 45°. A fifth CNC axis positions the mobile head in relation to the length of the segment being machined
Ergonomics and easy programming
Special attention has been devoted to the ergonomic aspects of the machine, particularly the segment loading and unloading phases. The simple and ergonomic design meets safety standards and makes using the machine easier by optimising the operator interface.
Automatic adjustment at the profile section
The software enables interpolation of the profile edge automatically and preventively, thanks to the set-up of a library in CAD format and the physical detection of the individual profile being machined.