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Fully Automatic Vertical Tiltframe Bandsaw

Cosen's AV-2026NC bandsaw is designed to meet the need for more automation in structural steel fabrication. It combines Cosen's vertical tilt frame saw with an automated feeder for a fully automatic system. The end result is an advanced saw that allows operators to push a button and walk away until the job is completed.

The groundwork for full automation began about six years ago with the introduction of the manual and semi-automatic versions of the vertical tilt frame saw, the MVC-670DM and the SVC-670DM. The culmination of Cosen's product development initiatives resulted in the AV-2026NC, which combined a fully automated saw in vertical tilt form.

The automatic saw is suitable for manufacturers who have more complex angles to cut either on the front end, the back end or both. It is capable of making a bull nose angle cut, which manufacturers often use to make bracing parts. The saw is also capable of making opposing angles, parallelograms, polygons and straight cuts.

The operator can choose from a number of cut configurations on the easy to use touchscreen and the saw takes care of the rest. Typical applications of the AV-2026NC include trailers, cell phone towers, oil derricks, conveyors or roller tables. It has a max. capacity of 20" x 26" at 90° in a relatively small 180" long by 135" wide footprint.

The saw feeds up to 59" per single shuttle that can be programmed to index up to 999" of material. "With the machine's tight tolerance and repeatability, it will save manufacturers time and money in terms of tooling costs and additional machining time," said a company spokesperson.

For more information contact:

Cosen Saws USA

4527 Dwight Evans Rd.

Charlotte, NC 28217


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