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Pat Mooney Inc. Now Offers European Danobat Sawing Machines



Heavy-duty, fully automatic Danobat Band Saw Machines are now available in the U.S. from Pat Mooney Inc. - The Saw Company. "Engineered for accuracy, these machines feature exceptionally sturdy frames, polymer concrete filled saw heads and columns and rigid guide ways," said a company spokesperson.

Included in its line of fully automatic band saws, Danobat's CP520AF ensures torsion-free travel throughout the sawing range. To accomplish this, the saw machine features twin Prismatic guide columns. The main prismatic guide column travels on linear rails and linear bearings while the support prismatic guide column travels on free rollers. A hydraulic gripper vise positions material to the proper cut length.

Danobat CP520AF band saw machines are suitable for applications such as die forging, steel service centers and heavy manufacturing operations.

Danobat CP520AF cutting capacities are 20-1/2" (round) and 23-5/8" - 20-1/2" (square), band length is 25' 2", band width is 2-1/8" and band thickness is 0.063".

"Danobat's Intelligent Cutting Software System is available to reduce cutting time and increase blade life," said the spokesperson. "The software conveniently stores material speed and feed information in a library and allows the CP520AF to be run as a machine tool. Once set, the exact blade speed and feed rate for either bi-metal or carbide blade will be selected. Because the saw operator need only select the material grade and type of saw blade to automatically achieve the proper blade speed and production parameters, errors are eliminated and productivity is maintained. Based upon the selection, the saw blade will ramp into the cut and proceed at optimum feed rate at all times. In addition, the software features an Interactive Cutting Deflection System, Automatic Blade Break-In (10 blade storage) and an ultra fast saw head-to-workpiece approach."

For more information contact:

Pat Mooney, Inc. - The Saw Company

502 South Westgate Street

Addison, IL 60101

800-323-7503

630-543-6222

info@patmooneysaws.com

www.patmooneysaws.com

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