The CNC machine is able to increase the production of windows and doors by reducing fabrication time.
When creating doors, the Schueco AF 250 can perform the functions of four fabricating machines a punch, a copy router, a door-hinge drilling machine and an end-milling machine.
In addition to saving time, use of the machine will enable companies to save factory space.
The CNC machine operates using control software which connects to Schueco’s advanced SchuCal programming software.
Measuring 5,280mm X 1,640mm X 1,990mm, it features a laser-measured x-axis and automatic 3-sided machining without an angled head.
The Schueco AF 250 is air-cooled with 3.8 kW spindle running at 18,00 rpm.
Overall, the machine weighs around 2,200kg.
Accessories such as a measuring system and a second tool changer magazine with 3 spaces can be added to the machine.
A ceiling kit that consists of a polycarbonate roof panel with fluorescent lighting is also available.
Tel: 01908 282 111
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