PAUL Maschinenfabrik, a specialist in edging, cross-cutting, and ripping of solid wood and panels as well as intelligent material handling solutions, will be featuring their futureproof circular sawing technology from their two brands – Reinhardt and PAUL – alongside many other technical innovations and treied-and-tested equipment at LIGNA, in Hannover, from the 22nd to 26th of May at their booth in Hall 27, stand B50.
With seven decades in the industrial timber processing industry under their belt, PAUL Maschinenfabrik, one of the leaders in the sector, allows users to leverage on maximum machine uptime, and take advantage of their accumulated exhaustive techniques and rapid straightforward back-up service gleaned from their time in the business.
One of the highlights of the exhibition is the M34G Multirip Circular Saw, an improved successor of the proven K34G with a touch screen control for operational convenience as well as easier implementation into flowline systems. A faster change of shaft has is now possible with an optional automatic HSK clamping system. Additionally, there is also an optimised dust extraction devise visually adjusted to the cubic design of the PAUL product range, and can be remotely controlled and maintained via the Internet.
The new and improved CGL Rip Saw will also be featured. The latest version has its driving power pushed up to 132 kW, and its opening width, increased by an additional 100mm. The saw shaft of the CGL is now available with vertical adjustment, and the efficiency of dust extraction has also been boosted.
PAUL’s cross-cut product range will exhibit the RAPID high-efficiency cross-cut line with PAUL Wood_Scanning_System – upgraded to include new and interesting functions, the C11_KE for medium-sized timber sections, and Reinhardt’s BasicLine.
For panel processing, the PAUL SK Multirip Circular Saw, capable of ripping panels of up to 150mm in thickness, will be shown for the first time in LIGNA, the KME3 Edger/Ripsaw, and a model Q Ripsaw will also be featured.
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