Production of the mosaic parquet slats or fingers should be made on the prooven SCHROEDER manufacturing line, consisting of three main production machines with connecting conveyors and a silo (hopper) as buffer. At first the rough battens are cut to length in the drum saw RTS. Cross-cutting of the rough sawn and killed dries battens (up to 1 m length) allows maximum efficiency because even strongly bended material can be planed to full thickness (= width of the slats). hese short blocks are then planed on top and bottom in the 2-side planer LH-4 to their final thickness(= width of the slats). By using a 4-spindle planer, high dimesional accuracy is achieved for perfect assembly of the individual slats. By using planing heads at a 25° angle, even planing of short blocks down to 100 mm length is made with high precision.Finally the planed blocks are ripped into the single slats in the multi rip saw LS. Buffering of the slats in a silo (hopper) enshures an independent production from the following grading stations (for mosaic) or cord production and pressing operations (for base and core layer).To Product Page
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