Panel Saw for Plastics
Mayer Panel Saws
to produce mirror
surface edges and
in a variety
of plastics so your
customer can buy net
sized parts from you. Mayer’s PS2 offers high output with
4.7” blade projection (optional 7.8” cutting height) and
fast traverse speeds. Premium features for the plastics
industry include: RPM and linear speed motor control; mirror
finish cutting on thick plastics; heavy duty pressure
beam for clean stack cutting; PCD; non-proprietary components;
precision cutting tolerances eliminating secondary
machining and a chromed machine table that eliminates
The Mayer Panel Saws are faster and easier to use than
other machines. The PC control allows for complete integration
into networks and databases and barcoding applications.
For additional information, contact Gerri Yarbrough,
Delmac Machinery Group, 4322 Piedmont Parkway,
Greensboro, NC 27410, 336-854-1211, E-mail: email@example.com, Web: www.delmac.com.
Industrial Class Saw
SRP PL Enhanced Industrial Class Series highspeed
computerized panel saw is specifically designed for
the plastics industry. Configured with a solid back table,
solid pusher/gripper combination; this preferred plastics
configuration allows for precision cutting of small parts,
narrow strips, thin material, rod and tubing. The one fixed
and two moveable front tables equipped with air floatation
and solid phenolic surfaces are ergonomically beneficial
to the machine operator while manipulating heavy
position for the
grippers to pull it
back into position.
is equipped with a
variable speed rpm 24 hp
main blade motor and 3
hp scoring motor. Material indexing speeds up to 3,000
inches per minute, spray mist blade coolant system, pneumatic
quick blade change, Windows based PC Controller,
LAN interface, on-board optimization software and diagnostics
point to problems and provide “how-to” solutions
are standard features.
For additional information, contact Whitney Wiggin,
Hendrick, 32-34 Commercial Street, Salem, MA 01970,
978-741-3600, Fax: 978-744-0242, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.hendrickmanufacturing.com.
Vertical Panel Saws
recommends two of its vertical panel saws for
cutting plastic, acrylic or Lexan® sheets. Both have heavy
duty material rollers, stops, tapes, a stand and frame
wheels along with a spinning carriage for easy changes
from cross cutting to rip cutting. The difference is the saw
in the carriage. The 2064 (shown) uses a worm drive saw
with a 7.25" blade and the 3062 uses a sidewinder saw
with a 10" blade. Both saws have motors rated at 15
amps. The difference is the higher torque of the worm
drive will not get bogged down and
the 10" saw blades provide a higher
Vertical panel saws,
take up much less space
in the shop and handling
sheets is easier since
they are moved vertically
in and around machinery.
For additional information,
contact Michael Della Polla, Saw Trax Mfg. Inc.,
3694 Kennesaw S. Industrial Drive, Suite A, Kennesaw GA
30144, 888-SAW-TRAX/770-974-0021, Fax: 770-975- 1618,
E-mail: email@example.com, Web: www.sawtrax.com.
High Precision Saw
announced their new fk4 panel saw designed and
engineered specifically for high speed, precision cutting of
plastic panels. This includes acrylic, PETG, polycarbonate,
polyolefins, PVC, UHMW, phenolics, mechanicals and other
specially engineered materials. The fk4 provides extremely
tight cutting tolerances and chip free cutting of material
as thin as .020" without the use of a protection board. The
machine is also equipped with material recognition software,
a saw blade change database and total panel control
features that provide fast setup times when
include; rigid heavy duty construction; stateof-
the-art material handling technology that
automates the loading, cutting and off loading
processes; on-line remote diagnostics for
increased uptime and productivity; saw blade
RPM control combined with blade cooling; online
downloading of optimized cutting patterns and label printing.
For additional information, contact Stephen Bailey, Schelling America, Inc.
P.O. Box 80367, Raleigh, NC 27623, 919-544-0430, Fax: 919-544-0920,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.schelling.com.
Built-in Loading Platform
A further step has been taken towards
the range renewal of SIGMA Panel Saws.
The new Sigma Impact 107P has a loading
platform, built-in, combining a sturdy
and high performance machine. With a
new shape and framework, the 107P was
carefully designed to ensure vibrations are
absorbed by the ground, thus further improving the cutting quality of the
machine. Ideal for shops looking for flexibility and effective solutions in material
handling, the new saw combines the comfort of a technological machine
with the investment competitiveness.
For additional information, contact Phil Bryant, SCM Group USA Inc., 2475
Satellite Blvd., Duluth, GA 30096, 770-759-3534, Fax: 770-813-8819,
E-mail: pbryantscmgroup-usa.com, Web: www.scmplastics.com.
Optimize Work Flow
Stiles Machinery Inc. offers cutting solutions
to help plastic fabricators deliver
greater productivity at lower costs.
Designed exclusively for sizing plastic
and component panels, the Holzma
HPP 380P panel saw features a variable
speed main saw motor and automatically
selects the ideal blade rim speed and cutting speed
for each material. The saw carriage is equipped with the unique Holzma side
pressure device that adjusts the pressure according to material type and
achieves beautiful edge quality even with thin PETG.
In addition, utilizing Cut Rite software saves yield, time and money by creating
easy to cut patterns based on your parts requirements and downloading them
directly in the control on the saw, eliminating all set-up time and the potential for
set-up error on the shop floor. As a side benefit, Cut Rite produces a cost per
part and a cost per order: great tools for quoting new business accurately. Cut
Rite will also produce a bar-coded label at the saw while the part is cut.
A national technical support network and same day spare parts program
ensure that no matter where you are located, you can get technical assistance
when you need it.
For additional information, contact Bill Pitt, Stiles Machinery Inc., 3965
44th St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512, 704-861-8239, E-mail: email@example.com, Web: www.stilesmachinery.com.
| Saws Website Directory
|| Delmac Machinery Group.|| www.delmac.com
| Hendrick || www.hendrickmanufacturing.com |
| Saw Trax Mfg. Inc.|| www.sawtrax.com |
| Schelling America, Inc..|| www.schelling.com
| SCM Group USA Inc || www.scmplastics.com |
| Stiles Machinery Inc || www.stilesmachinery.com |
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