Nonferrous Circular Saw Proves Easy to Program

December 13, 2016

The new KMT model CT350A-NC-NM programmable, automatic, high-speed nonferrous circular saw is a non-mitering version of the company’s model CT350A-NC saw. The operator digitally enters cut length, optimizing setup accuracy and eliminating the need to fine-tune after the initial cuts. For lengths longer than 20 in. (one stroke), the machine automatically does the math, eliminating the need to calculate the required number of feeds and kerf removal. Plus, the saw can run multiple lengths out of the same bar without stopping operation to change the length.

The saw’s control system stores frequently run jobs by part number or name, allowing instantaneous setup of length, quantity of pieces, blade speed and saw-frame travel (up and down).

Industry-Related Terms: Model, Run
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See also: Kalamazoo Machine Tool

Technologies: Bending


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