The Perris 400 AP Fully Automatic Circular Cold Saw offers the owner top value for money and is a European-built metal cutting machine designed and manufactured by Pedrazzoli in Italy. It is a dual Mitre Saw with a 400 mm blade and a automated and adjustable vice . The Super Brown 350 AP is a fully automated saw for short or long run production cuts and it has an a quick-lock mechanism for adjusting the saw head for mitre cuts. The blade guarding completely encloses the 400 mm diameter blade, and the rapid blade changing system minimizes changeover and downtime. The operator accessible control panel has power mains switch with a key interlock preventing unauthorized use, and enables the operator to quickly set and accurately adjust the saw for production runs. An ammeter is present on the control panel and accurately displays amperage readings during the cutting process and enables the operator to precisely adjust cutting parameters to their optimal values. The Perris 400 AP has an integrated coolant system and comes with automated material positioning. All Pedrazzoli saws are manufacturined in the EU according to the most current machinery directives and are CE Certified and backed by a 2-year warranty.
All sales and services are UK based from our location in Warwickshire.
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A automatic saw allows the operator to set the starting point of the saw head before the cut and the finishing point of the saw head for when the cut is complete. The stock material automatically advances with a 600 mm step feeder controlled by a pneumatic cylinder before the cut, and the operator sets the cutting intervals. The descent speed of the saw is determined and set by the operator. With fully automatic saws, the operator initiates the cutting cycle by either stepping on a foot pedal or pressing a button on the control panel. Upon initiation of the process, the material clamp, also known as the vice, closes and secures the material for the cutting process. The sawing head commences downward at the defined descent speed, and the circular saw blade cuts through the material. When the saw head reaches the defined bottom of the cut, the saw head then returns to the defined starting position, and the vice opens up, allowing the operator to remove the cut piece, and then the machines advance the material stock for the next cut, and the process starts over again.
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