A whole new interpretation of versatility with HBP410-723G
Who is able to say with any certainty today what they will be called upon to machine tomorrow? Not a problem with the new, high-performance bandsaw machine HBP410-723G and the somewhat larger HBP410-923G from Behringer. Benefiting from consistently implemented platform technology in conjunction with a no-compromise modular design, both these two machines are true quick-change artists.
The new models are designed to cut sectional steel and solid metal materials as well as comparable plastics. With a cutting range of 410 mm in round material and 700 x 400 mm (900 x 400 mm) in flat stock, as well as a bilateral mitre from 45° on the right to 30° on the left, these machines are an indispensable asset for a wide range of different sawing operations.
The pivotal positioning of the sawing unit for angular adjustment takes place using two generously dimensioned bearings. The unit can be precisely swivelled to the required position with a simple rotation movement. (An NC rotation feature is optionally available). The pivot point is located at the intersection between the bandsaw blade and the material contact edge. This ensures that the measurement reference line remains constant.
The proven dual-column saw frame guidance system offers unbeatable benefits in terms of effective vibration-damping - an attribute of extreme importance when cutting materials with widely different cross-sections. The saw frame with its 3° incline is also designed to produce perfect cutting results, for example when machining girders with extremely wide flanges or square hollow profiles. A fully automatic saw frame height adjustment facility depending on the material height, and saw lowering in rapid traverse help drastically cut down on machine downtimes in automatic operation.
A combination of roller guides and backlash-free pretensioned carbide slideways also ensures reliable running of the saw blade in the material stock. The movable, vibration-damping saw blade guidance can be simply adjusted in line with the kerf width by the material gripper. Saw blade clamping is hydraulically powered. Both constant cutting feed and a consistent cutting force for pipes and sectional material guarantee optimum service life of tools and precise offcuts coupled with high cutting output.
The machine's development engineers paid particular attention to ensuring user friendly design of the new mitre bandsaw machines. All routine sawing-related activities such as clamping the material or sawing different angles, have been streamlined and simplified. Suggestions for the improvement of maintenance and servicing have also been considered and put into practice.
A high-powered microspraying system is recommended for sawing work involving sectional material and girders. This is provided in the new HBP410-723 and -923 models in place of a flush cooling system. The system is equipped with two delivery pumps and spray heads as well as a fluid level monitoring system.
A wide range of optional upgrade possibilities make the HBP models an invaluable asset in day-to-day sawing operation. They are available with features such as NC rotation, automatic guide arm adjustment and a vertical clamping fixture (included as standard in the delivery scope of automatic mitre bandsaw machine). It is even possible to integrate an optional double vice into the machine.
Behringer also offers an extensive range of peripheral devices, starting from infeed and outfeed systems in different lengths through measurement systems to cut monitoring systems. Cutting pressure measurement on the movable bandsaw belt guide, which is extremely useful when sawing large profiles, is also optionally available.
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