Cross cut saws UKS 400, UKS 700 and UKS 1000 are intended for shortening of plastered and edged lumber. They can be used for shortening of dry and non dry timber. The machine can cut material individually or in the packet. Machines find their usage from sawmill operations until for example furniture production.
The operator has the option to cut the material to exact dimensions on the machine using hand or pneumatic stops, or cut off the material defects. Handling with material is facilitated by conveyors which can be driver of propelled. The machines are manufactured in left and right variant (according to the input of material to the machine).
Of course there are security features that ensure security of work on the rip saw. The machine fulfils the strictest demands on security of work follows from relevant EC regulations and directives.
The Saw Principle
The basis of the structure is the solid welded frame, fitted with a tilting arm with the saw aggregate. The movement of the arm is secured by the pneumatic cylinder with continuously regulated speed of travel into the cut. The basic difference between cross cut saw UKS 400 and saws UKS 700 and UKS 1000 is in the trajectory of saw blade which allows different width of cutting material with the same diameter of the saw blade (see the cutting diagram bellow). At the cross cut saw is the two-handed control running of the cutting cycle. The front cover of the saw is fixed or retractable by a pneumatic cylinder (optional). The upper cover of the blade also serves as a preassure to cut material.