Varying feed units


Existing wood-working machines are automated with optimally coordinated wood cutting mechanization.

This provides numerous benefits:

- Significant increase in throughput speed
- Production errors  (e.g. due to incorrect insertion) are avoided
- Guaranteed uniform quality of the end product due to precise manufacturing


Feeding into an existing pallet runner/nailing machine:


The logs are conveyed from the cross-cut saw onto a buffer conveyor belt and then slid individually onto a transporter belt. The logs are precisely positioned using a longitudinal stopper and fed into the nailing machine.




Feeding a gluing press:

A current gluing press has been equipped with a mechanism that includes a fully automated gluing station and connecting conveyor to the gluing press.


Feeding into a milling machine:


Sawn timber mechanization for existing milling machines. Convenient transfer of board from the lifting table to the feeding installation. The entire board layer is then conveyed transversely to the stop. The boards are then singly transported in a longitudinal direction to the milling machine. A hydraulic drive provides the continuous feed-in to the milling machine with no gaps.




Discharge cross conveyor with rotating rollers

In combination with a stacking machine:
The boards and posts are transferred fully automatically by rotating rollers to the discharge conveyor. The cross conveyor acts as a buffer store and ensures that the boards are transferred fully automatically to the stacking machine in an orderly manner.


Discharge cross conveyor with return conveyor

In combination with a rip saw:
The rip saw passes the boards onto the discharge cross conveyor. This then conveys the boards to the return conveyor. The operator of the rip saw can then process the boards once more (= one-man operation).