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Polymac Akron 245 CR Automatic Edgebander

Listing #506846 Listed on: 03/08
Listing Type:Machine for Sale
Category:Edge Banders Over $20K
Model:Akron 245
Electrical Specs:3PH
Price:inquire (negotiable)
Location:Anaheim, CA
Phone: 714-459-5604
Sale Type:Dealer
Web link:More From Albright


• Pneumatic tilting adjustment for end trimming unit (mod. IN-501)Up to max. 3 pneumatic exclusion for the operating units (applied on the 2 top and bottom trimmers and on the PVC scraper or the smoothing unit).
• Ergonomic keyboard with 67 push buttons
• Drive for 1,44 MB disks.
• 6" color graphic display.
• allows the programs writing (max. 300) and execution to start the processing’s chosen:
• Automatic start of the units and motors listed in the program,
• Errors diagnostics with code and comment,
• Production statistics and warnings when tools are becoming worn out.
Notes: Each additional unit with respect to the 3 designated one's requires its own pneumatic exclusion

Electronic NC controlled top pressure beam positioning

• staggered double rows of, non-marring, rubber wheels with metal bearings and is adjusted from the control panel with one manual crank handle and is easy to read with the digital counter

Feed track
• low friction nylon-graphite pads traveling on a dual machine finished guide system, one flat for support and one round for proper guidance.
• The pads are quick change Snap-On and measure 80mm x 60mm (3.2” x 2.4”)

Band Feeding Section
• The material is pressed on with 3 Pneumatic pressure rollers adjusted to the edge thickness via digital counter.
• coil and strip materials from a thickness of 0.4mm up to 8mm.
• robust shear type cutter for cutting 3mm PVC.

Gluing Section
• Teflon coated glue reservoir
• quick heat up time of approximately 12 minutes
• two thermostats and heating elements to precisely control temperatures.

Pressure Section
• one large driven roller covered in a non-stick coating and Two chrome plated Stick Resistant idle rollers
• pneumatically controlled to provide variable pressure and ensure proper adhesion.
• adjustable with one adjustment handle and digital readout.

Prismatic End-Trimming Section IN-501
• two 0.33kw 1/3 hp high frequency motors mounted on 45Prismatic slides. Ensureng a smooth and precise cutting Action.

Top and Bottom Tilting/ Trimming Section RI 500
• two 0.55kw / 3/4 horsepower high frequency motors
• both vertical and horizontal copy wheels that guarantee perfect contact of the cutter knives on the panel
• Each motor has two knobs to provide calibration in the vertical and horizontal planes aided by digital readouts and one for each motor to adjust the angle of the cutter with respect to the panel.
• motors can be inclined up to 25 and are equipped with quick disconnect plugs
• six manual adjustment knobs

CR 200 Multi-Function Two Motor Corner Rounding Unit
• Corner Rounding and the Top & Bottom Super Finish Trim with maximum edge thickness of 3mm
• straight or Post-Formed panels with 90 or 180 degree.
• Star Guides with recirculating ball screws.
• Patented vertical oscillating copying system allows TRUE copy from top to bottom and side.
• Fast change positioning for change-overs from thin to thick edges with Two positioning system.
• Equipped with conical insert cutter heads Dia.60mm / Z4.
• Two High frequency motors of 0,50 kw each 12,000 rpm
• Work speed of unit Straight or Radius 11 m/min

Profile Band Scraping section RBK-501 and Shaving collection box
• Scraping section for 3mm edge-banding
• Vertical and Horizontal copy wheels to trace the panel and profiled knives for smoothing knife Marks.
• Digital readouts and adjusting knobs
• Unit can be excluded via pneumatics from the control panel.

Hot Air Blower PH-500 section (7001361)
• two 3000-watt hot air guns with adjustable temperature controls for restoring the natural to pvc

Buffing unit SP-500 (7001390)
• Dual Buffing unit with dual cloth pads
• two motors which can be tilted to proper bevel to the panel
• self-adjusting to the panel thickness.
• Yaskawa Vari-speed inverter

Technical Specifications
• Minimum panel thickness : 10mm (0.4”)
• Maximum panel thickness: 50mm (1.96”)
• Minimum banding thickness 0.4mm
• Maximum banding thickness: 8mm (0.625”)
• Minimum panel length: 150 mm (6.3”)
• Minimum panel width: 50mm (3.5”)
• Angle of strip to work piece: 8 (degrees)
• Feed Speeds: 12 m./min. (39 ft./min.)
• Machine Dimensions: 174” L x 36” W x 60” H
• NOTE: Machine width with Infeed table and panel outrigger at full extension is 58”
• Machine Weight: Approximately 3920 lbs.
• Electrical Connection: 220v, 3 phase, 60Hz
• Amperage: 45 @ 220v (12kw)
• Compressed Air Requirements: 7-8 bar
• Dust Outlet Diameter: 1 @ 145mm (5.5”)
• Dust Consumption Requirements 30 m3/min./1100CFM

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