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Jeff Terrill
(800) 374-5009 ext.  349
Intl. +1 (704) 841-2001
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EXF #:   SO-010444  
Brand/Model:  

OMGA T 521 OPT

Machine Type:  

OPTIMIZING CUT-OFF SAW

Year of Mfg.:   2005
Condition:   Very good condition   
Elect./Voltage:   230 V, 60 Cy, 3 Ph.
Value New: $ 55,000  
Price: $ 18,700    Act Now!
Financing:   $ 380 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.
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Special Note: Reduced
Comment: Great Optimizer at a great price!
*Dimensions: Available From Product Manager
*Weight: Please Call
Written By: Jeff Terrill
*Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.

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