Electronic double-head cutting off machine with automatic movement of the mobile head through a C.C. motor controlled by numerical control. Pneumatic management of all angles up to 22°30’ (external). 450 and 500 mm-blade. Available with a useful cut of 4, 5, 6 m in length.

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MACHINE CHARACTERISTICS  
Mobile head position reading with magnetic strip direct measuring system
 
Cutting capacity (mm)
4.000 / 5.000 / 6.000
Metric ruler
 
Cemented carbide blade
2
Blade motor power (kW)
2.2
Cutting area pneumatically-controlled integral protection
 
Pair of horizontal and vertical pneumatic vices with "low pressure" device
 
Profile support roller conveyor
 
Water spray-mist lubrication system with oil emulsion or minimal diffusion oil spray-mist (depending on version)
 
Cutting angles with ø 450 and 500 mm blades from 22°30' (outside) to 90°
 
Manual profile support
 
Pre-setting for automatic exhauster start
 
Pair of standard counterblocks
 
COMMAND FEATURES 
Alphanumeric fluorescent display FIP (2 lines of 40 characters each)
 
Preparation for label printer connection
 
Label printer with a speed of 150 mm/sec
 
Label printer with peeling device with a speed of 150 mm/sec
 
USB port
 
RJ45 network card
 
Perform single cuts
 
Storage of 99 profile corrective values with measurement automatic calculation for angled cuts
 
Storage of 20 cutting lists (50 rows each) from keyboard
 
Storage of 10 cutting lists (100 rows each) via cable from an external PC using a USB
 
CUTTING DIAGRAM 
Included       
Avayable
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.

Double-head cutting-off machines Classic Magic Label printer Emmegi
Double-head cutting-off machines Classic Magic Digital viewer for intermediate angles Emmegi
Digital viewer for intermediate angles

In the presence of pneumatic tilting of the moving heads, the intermediate angle viewer allows the tilting of the cutting unit to be identified with absolute precision, ensuring the accuracy of the cut profiles. Especially useful in making out-of-square cuts, it allows the operator to quickly and accurately identify the required angle.

Electronic profile thickness gauge
This refined profile thickness control system enables automatic correction of the cutting dimension according to the actual size of the profile, with relative tolerance resulting from surface treatments such as painting, anodising, etc. The device can be used at the operator's discretion and in various modes according to different probing cycles resulting in correction of the entire cutting list, including the macrostructure formula.
Double-head cutting-off machines Classic Magic Electronic profile thickness gauge Emmegi
Double-head cutting-off machines Classic Magic Pneumatic intermediate support Emmegi
Pneumatic intermediate support

The pneumatic intermediate support is extremely useful when cutting light profiles of considerable lengths. In this case, the pneumatic support will, automatically, provide the ideal condition to support the profile. This accessory is available for all lengths, but is specifically recommended on machines having 5- and 6-meter useful cuts.

Mobile heads tilting
Rotation of the heads around the horizontal axis is by means of pneumatic cylinders, and the angles that can be obtained range from 90° up to 22°30' externally; intermediate angles are obtained by means of special manually adjustable stops. Mobile units are equipped with integral pneumatic drop-down protections of the machining area.
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Double-head cutting-off machines Classic Magic Control Emmegi
Control
The control installed on the various models, designed for ease of use and sliding on bearings, allows correct positioning of the moving heads according to the specifications of the cut to be made. The machining cycle can be optimised by creating cutting lists, thereby reducing scrap and cycle times for workpieces loading-unloading.

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