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Prussiani Engineering Launches New “All-In-One” Machine

Posted on 26 February 2016 by cradmin

2016-02-Cut and JetPrussiani Engineering introduced Cut & Jet, the newest “all-in-one” machine. This machine reinvents stone working CNC technology with a 370-degree rotating cutting head that is equipped with an electrospindle and a high-pressure waterjet. Both the electrospindle and waterjet feature automatic tilting. The machine is programmed using CAD/CAM software and allows numerous variations for stone cutting.

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Park Industries Launches FUSION S Series of CNC Saw/Waterjet Cutting Machine

Posted on 11 March 2015 by cradmin

Park Industries Fusion S CNC waterjet sawPark Industries has launched the new FUSION® S series of CNC saw/waterjet cutting machine that have a tilt table option that reduces material handling constraints, decreases slab breakage and makes the tank much easier to clean. The machine maximizes cutting time by using a CNC saw for straight cuts, then switches to a precision waterjet for tight angles. Additionally, the company’s iTECH interface technology simplifies operations, eliminating the need to remember codes for programming. A single slab can be processed in 20 minutes and the automatic 0 to 47-degree mitering capabilities of the system allow production of mitered apron edges in a matter of minutes, according to the company. The machines also have the company’s OPS Productivity reporting, which allows production analysis in real time, on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The machines also have a unique Quad Guard systems that protects drive components and machine performance sensors (that sense stone height and garnet flow) to help prevent operator mistakes. Additionally, the machine automatically notifies of routine maintenance needed. They have a low tank height for easy table access, are available in single- and dual-tank models.

You may also be interested in this article on the BACA RoboJet Saw-Waterjet System.

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BACA System Offers Robo SawJet for the Stone Industry

Posted on 06 March 2014 by cradmin

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BACA Systems introduces its reliable and lower cost SawJet Cutting System to the stone industry. Robo SawJet is a high-production dual-table SawJet that integrates both a high-pressure abrasive waterjet and 20HP direct-drive saw. According to the company, it can save customers 70 percent on labor and 20 percent on material cost. Powered by KUKA, the system is waterproof  and dustproof, keeping debris from getting into the gears or motors and limiting maintenance required in harsh stone manufacturing environments. By placing the robot between the two tables, the footprint of the system is limited for a busy granite fabrication production floor.

The standard dual-table Robo SawJet allows a granite fabricator to produce a fully cut slab on one table while the other table is being unloaded and reloaded. The system produces a slab every 20 minutes. The direct-drive saw cuts all of the straight lines on a granite job, while the high-pressure abrasive waterjet cuts all of the curves. With this type of system, it allows the granite fabricator to nest geometrical pieces close together, thus saving them material costs.

Being Powered by a fully pressurized foundry-grade KUKA Robot means that there is no daily, weekly or yearly maintenance required. After 20,000 hours of use, the robot will need only a simple oil change. KUKA Robotics and BACA Systems are exclusive partners in the stone industry.

The abrasive WaterJet, produced by the KMT Company, supplies reliable technology with low operating cost. This type of WaterJet has been used in the highly demanding automotive market which requires 24 hours a day operations. The IDE Diamond cutting head has accurate alignment, fast cutting speeds and low operating cost, reports the company.

The software included in BACA Systems’ Robo SawJet includes VeinMatch and VIM at no extra price. VeinMatch allows users to match veins from different parts of the same slab without utilizing a second slab. It aligns two pieces that come together to form the best seams. VIM, Virtual Inventory Management, shows customers a high-resolution photo of their exact slab for their project. The online photographic database allows searches by color, name or size. The bar coding system makes it easy to manage a company’s inventory. Both software systems are icon based.

With more than 20 years of background in the robotic systems business, Chuck Russo, the owner of BACA Systems, has brought his wide breath of knowledge and experience to the stone industry. At his former company, Robotic Production Technology, he was a robotic systems solutions provider that sold and serviced more than 3,000 robotic systems for industries that include aerospace, appliance, automotive, composites, construction, consumer goods, marine and plastics.

More information is available at www.bacasystems.com.

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