Vegamatic Pusher TC

Automatic CNC cutting-off centre with horizontal blade feed, 3 controlled axes, designed for cutting profiles made of aluminium, PVC, light alloys in general. It performs automatic cutting according to predefined and optimized cutting lists. It can perform the bevelled cut on both sides of the profile. The machine is intended to perform cutting at an angle from 45° to 135°. Automatic bar feeder and automatic unloading magazine on the opposite side. It can be fitted with customised horizontal and vertical drilling units for specific automatic machining operations.

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B AXIS (angle of blade) (according to version)
45° ÷ 135° ; 22°30’ ÷ 157°30’
U AXIS (feeder) (mm)
X AXIS (ejector, only vers. PUSHER T/TC) (mm)
Blade diameter at carbide-tipped (mm)
Ø = 550
Hydro-pneumatic blade feed
Pre-set for swarf exhauster
Optional Widia blade
Ø = 650
Minimal oil diffusion lubrication system
Power rating (kW), “three-phase” blade drive motor
Motor with optional inverter
Max. loadable profile width (mm)
Belt loading magazine or back-step magazine
Electronic axis gripper positioning (V and W axes)
Max. loadable profile length (mm)
Loading feeder with 2 controlled axes for workpieces of up to 7,500 mm with collet
Workpiece tilting device to 90° during loading
Minimum machinable profile section (mm)
30 x 30
Metal enclosure guard on three sides
Cutting area pneumatically-controlled integral protection
Vertical pneumatic vices
Additional vertical vice
Additional horizontal vice
Pair of horizontal pneumatic vices with pressure reducer plus pressure gauge
Vice pressure reduction with pressure gauge
Vertical drilling unit
Horizontal drilling unit
CNC-PC with I3 (dual core) processor
Graphic card
15” LCD-TFT graphic colour touch screen
Keyboard and mouse
The ejector controlled by the CNC grips the workpiece during machining and, once completed, shifts it from the cutting area to the unloading magazine, holding it in the same position so as to facilitate the subsequent machining phases. Motion is transmitted by means of a toothed belt and secure gripping of the workpiece is ensured by pneumatic cylinders.
Vegamatic Pusher TC Ejector Emmegi
Vegamatic Pusher TC Label printer Emmegi
Label printer

The industrial label printer allows each cut profile to be identified with identifying features from the cutting list. In addition, barcode printing enables easy identification of the profile itself, which is particularly useful for subsequent machining steps on Machining Centres or assisted assembly lines.

Loading magazine
The machine can feature a back-step or belt loading magazine with automatic bar positioning, which can house profiles having a maximum length of 7.5 metres. The back-step magazine is especially suitable for loading profiles having a section which makes it difficult to keep a stable position during transport. In case of stable profiles, the belt loading magazine allows maximum flexibility and capacity.
Vegamatic Pusher TC Loading magazine Emmegi
Vegamatic Pusher TC Cutting module Emmegi
Cutting module
The cutting module consists of a single-head cutting off machine with hydro-pneumatic blade feed. It is provided with a 550 mm blade featuring wide cutting range: from 45° to 135° (from 22°30’ to 157°30’ optional). Setting of the cutting angles is fully automatic and is handled by the CNC.
The operator interface with 15" touchscreen display has a network connection, USB ports and a floppy disk drive for communicating with external devices. It also features a built-in control panel, mouse and keyboard, it is preset for the installation of a label printer and connection to a remote control panel. The control is managed by the Windows operating system under which the Job and Blade software packages are installed: Job is designed for the job editor and optimizing cutting lists; Blade, installed alongside Job, controls the machine’s operations and manages the machining processes.
Vegamatic Pusher TC Control Emmegi
Vegamatic Pusher TC Unloading magazine Emmegi
Unloading magazine
The workpiece unloading magazine has an automatic tilting and moving system that enables machining to be performed continuously, thus reducing the cycle time. In addition, the magazine allows finished workpieces to be stacked while a sensor, which emits a signal when the magazine is full, supervises system operation.  

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