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Jenkin 195 Double end Tenoner – Solid Wood Processing

Listing #508910 Listed on: 05/30
Listing Type:Machine for Sale
Category:Tenoner-Dble End USA
Electrical Specs:3PH
Price:inquire (negotiable)
Condition:Very Good
Location:Anaheim, CA
Phone: 714-459-5604
Sale Type:Dealer


Station 1 (Trim Saw): (2) 7-1/2 HP, 3600 RPM,1-3/4” D X 5” L Self Tightening threaded Arbor, 12” Cap. Trim Saws, Vertical, Horizontal and Tilting Axis Positioning
Station 2 (High Speed Jump Cope): (2) 7-1/2 HP, Belted to 7200 RPM, 1-1/4” D X 8” L Threaded Arbor, None Tilting Left and Right Hand Lower High Speed Jump Coping heads, Vertical and Horizontal Axis Positioning
Station 3 High Speed Cope: (2) 7-1/2 HP, Belted to 7200 RPM, 1-1/4” D X 8”L Threaded Arbor, None Tilting Left and Right Hand Lower High Speed Jump Coping heads, Vertical and Horizontal Axis Positioning
Station 4: (8) 1 HP 1750RPM, 4 motors per Side, Quad Wheel Sanding heads, accepts Turbosand/Equal replaceable inserts, Die Formed to pattern, Air jet Blow off, 1-1/4” D X 2” Spindle with Double Collet, Vertical, Horizontal and Tilting Axis Positioning.
The following 16 axis will be full automatic setup
LH & RH – Vertical, Horizontal, Tilt
LH & RH – Vertical, Horizontal
LH & HR – Vertical, Horizontal
(A,B,C,&D) – LH & RH – Vertical, Horizontal, Tilt


Six (6) Tool Stands. Three (3) Left-Hand, Three (3) Right Hand. (5) Usable Stations each side.


60 Inch Infeed Load􀂖ng Area Minimum Dimension Center line of Chain Beam Idler Sprocket to Front Face of Hold-down Beam Guard Hopper to accommodate 5 1/2″ to 8″ width when chain beams are together, 16″ to 40″ length from front of infeed. 20″ loading height.


96 Inch Maximum Traverse, 5″ Minimum Traverse, Distance across Feed Chain, Outside to Outside (This dimension will increase with the addition of optional center devices or powered hold downs)


Auto-positioning by Keypad Entry or by part number of double screw traverse to width dimension. Frequency drive provides rapid traverse above base speed of traverse motor as well as slow speed for final positioning.


Double Screw without Core Guides.


Fence positioned with temposonics transducer providing position reference interfaced to computer which powers drive motor for automatic setup.


Model 190 Interlocking Hard Rubber Block Traveling Chain Type, Non-Powered, on vert1cally adjustable Beam. Over- Thickness Safety Limit Switches at Infeed End. Stock Squaring Device at Infeed End of each Beam.


Manual Adjustment by Screw Drive with Ruled Scale and Pointer for Position Reference.


5 HP Variable Drive w1th Manual Speed Adjustment and Magnetic Brake, 18 to 120 FPM. Freque1cy drive provides extended speed.


“V”-Track Design with Precision Manganese Bronze Extruded Alloy Track. 4″ Pitch Drive Links with Hardened Drive Ends and Bottom. Laminated “Spauldite” Replaceable Track Inserts. Precision Pins and “Oil1te” Bushings at Link Connections Hardened Chain Drive sprockets. Idler Sprockets equipped with Jack-Screw Adjustment Automatic Oiler for each Chain. Standard Snap-In Dogs on 811 Centers. Adhesive friction material on all other links. Chain height deviation in sanding area not to exceed .004″ (j .002″) as measured at a single point in that area.


Motor Starters, PLC (if required), and Control Circuit Transformer are located in a Free-Standing Motor Control Center Enclosure located at Left hand outfeed of machine. Operator controls mounted off right hand of infeed tool stand. EMERGENCY STOP Buttons at Four (4) Corners of Machine.

Computerized Machine Control System

JENKINS Computerized Machine Control System. Allows the user to integrate customer part data and tooling data into a computer assisted set-up program. positioning through electronic feedback from linear transducers.

Basic configuration of the controller will be

(1) CPU Industrial Grade PC based system.
The operator screen/keypad will be a color Active Matrix Display, a sealed membrane keypad, and a touchscreen.

Operator sets machine by viewing a portable display capable of indicating current and target positions using (1) of (4) remotely mounted sockets.

Application Generator Program (APPGEN) with CUSTOMER Supplied Personal Computer. A software program for data base generation, part design, and optimum program downloading and storage.

Machine Controller Software Features

Offset/Zero Reference Menus – used to tune up the machine for exact Setup Relative to the Chain. This transducer zero reference and cutting tool offset will be entered by the operator via keypad.
2 APGEN Designed Parts – Set-ups that were designed on the JENKINS Application Generator can now reside on the machine. This frees up the office pesonal computer for other uses. Additionally, setups designed by actual machine cut may be saved on the double-end machine controller.

3 Preventive Maintenance There are approximately ten programmable items of preventive maintenance that could occur on a scheduled basis. These Items will be a secured menu. Based on the maintenance schedule, the required tasks will appear on the display screen and will create a system interrupt within a given period. Optionally this means that the control system will allow operation only if the tasks have been completed and a password provided (give to key personnel only). This can increase the life of equipment and reduce downtime where maintenance is a factor.

Manual – Manual Generation on the Display screen will assist operation and Maintenance personnel in Obtaining reference information.
Historical Data File – Under this file you will have the capability you will have the capability to log the Following at the machine. Production Data, Defect Reporting and Downtime.
Additionally, there are approximately 100 logging user programmable codes for data Logging

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