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Beam Saw Advices7/7
i am looking to get a beam saw as well as an edgebander
i had the casadei busellato sales over they gave me there prices (beam saw axo 300 and the i did not get the edge bender name)
as well as the holzher sales and got an idea about their new beam saw the tectra and HOLZ-HER Edgebander AURIGA 1308 XL
so i am looking for some advice of users of beam saw or edge bander of those 2 company
and any other advice for a startup company for melamine cutting services
hope you can help me with that
Forget the beam saw and get a router. Unless you are going to stack cut, meaning multiple identical sheets, a router is faster than a saw. And it isn't a one trick pony. We have been running a Schelling saw for many years great saw, excellent support.
thank you for your advice
If all you are doing is cutting stacks of rectangles the beam saw works. That panel size is only 1' wider and the same length than we normally use in the states. Routers to handle that size are readily available.
can a flat table handle a melamine cutting service?
Depends on what your service offers. If you are single sheet cutting, a router is just as fast or faster than a panel saw. If you are cutting shapes other than rectangles the router is faster or maybe the only good solution. If you customers will pay you more to do any detailing (curves, grooves, holes, edge work....)
Thank you for your reply
I will need to find a way to introduce this type of cnc nesting services and to keep the same price rate of the beam saw services (any advice will be great)
All carpenter and beam saw service users usualy cut 1 sheet at a time
And i will check if i can use this cnc to make my wall panels designs
Thank you for your help