Producing in the long-term, flexibly and reliably
Our woodworking machines meet the highest standards. Us too. So that they continue to run reliably and precisely for years to come too, only high-quality materials and tried-and-true designs are used. In this way, we ensure an optimal performance, especially in industrial continuous operation. In the field of purchased parts, we also only work with renowned providers and use, for example, drive technologies from Siemens. In this way, we can guarantee a reliable and quick spare parts procurement worldwide.
Thanks to the modular structure of our machines and systems, not only is the processing of workpieces from several sides possible, but also allows for perfect matching to your production processes. This also includes the modernization and expansion of existing systems, which are to be converted for modified processing steps. Individual process areas of the woodworking systemscan therefore be exchanged, supplemented or integrated at any time – for maximum flexibility.
Mr. Buchner, you have been a designing engineer for industrial woodworking machines for many years and have already managed countless projects. In addition to high-quality materials and purchased parts, ultimately the design is decisive in terms of durability and robustness. Can you perhaps name a few examples of what you look out for here?
Of course it’s impossible to make any blanket statements here. But the low vibration operation in the area of longitudinal profiling machines comes to mind. We achieve this, for example, through base frames, which are filled with polymer concrete. This not only prevents the vibrations from being transferred, but also reduces and absorbs the energy at the same time. In this way, components, such as units, are protected and the overall concept is made more durable in the long-term thanks to its stability.
And with door processing machines?
We don't work with polymer concrete there. Instead, the entire machine design is built in the style of the so-called "heavy mechanical engineering." Thanks to the targeted selection of materials, a ton (figuratively speaking) of steel and the resulting mass, vibrations and oscillations are avoided. This is how we get weight and stability. When using linear guidance systemsin critical areas, we also use very robust, sometimes also oversized ball or roller rail guides with a high rigidity and large load-bearing capacity. This not only makes the machines more durable, but of course also has a positive effect on the dimensional accuracy and surface quality of milled parts.
That sounds exciting. Are there other special characteristics?
From our experience, using direct drive motor spindles is perhaps another special characteristic: This allows us to forgo additional components, such as the belt drive upstream of the spindle. After all, it is namely often precisely these areas that can cause problems at some point in continuous industrial operation. So we try to avoid the problems at many different points before they occur.
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