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1998 Paul S-1200-620  Gang Rip Saw
$138,800

PAUL SELECTIVE RIP SYSTEM with (5) Selective Blades and the following equipment:24" Wide 5-blade programmable Rip System consisting of PAUL Model "NCD-99-907.40" Infeed Transfer with: 24" Wide x 16' long 11-roller infeed, automatic 90° cross-transfer to a 5-chain deck infeed board transfer into the Rip Saw.Specifications & Features: -- Lumber passes under scanner/sensors prior transferring lengthwise into the Rip Saw; 4’ min. to 16' max. board length capacity. -- Scanner checks for board width-and-taper, then places the incoming board onto a right angle transfer/feed table, which allows the board to enter the Rip Saw for optimum lumber utilization. -- Rip Saw consists of: PAUL Model "S-1200-620" with 24" width cap., double-arbor Selective Rip Saw System. -- Arbors are powered by (1) 200 kW (268 HP) motor with soft-start electricals; 1st Arbor equipped with: (2) Saw hogging blades, (1) stationary & (1) programmable and moving. -- 2nd Arbor with: (4) Selective and programmable moving saw blades; min. rip width is 7/8" on the (2) inside blades & 1-1/8" on the (2) outside blades; 2" max. cutting depth; works well in 8/4 hardwood. -- Roll feed system from 65 - 300 FPM (top feed rate based on 250 HP), with (4) top & (5) bottom powered feed rolls. -- Lumber to be fed to the ripsaw infeed one board at a time. -- Incoming lumber requirements for rip line: Infeed lumber length from 4' to 16'; thickness: 3/4' to 2"; width from 3" to 14"; 1/2" maximum bow, warp, cut, and twist (0.50" in all directions). -- Will run soft or hardwoods; lumber surface should be planed for best results at Scanner; lumber condition best if kiln-dried to moisture content from 6% to 8%. 7/8" Min. rip width between moving blades and 9" max. rip width; Saw blade configuration is (4) moving blades with possibility for (2) stationary blades at the outside of the moving blades. Operational Sequence: -- A 9-strand chain conveyor transports a single board to a set of pre-positioning stops in front of the measuring system. The chain conveyor drops to a lower position allowing the board to rest on a servo-driven positioning table. The servo-driven positioning table moves the board underneath the measuring system where using photocells, the basic geometry of the board is recorded at (16) locations. -- This information is sent to a CNC control which calculates a cutting path for the board; servo-drives on the positioning table either straight-line feed the board or feed the board in a skewed position into the Ripsaw. This positioning system does not use a fence. After the board has been positioned by the table, a set of bottom rollers powered by a hydraulic cylinder lifts the board up and presses it against a hydraulically powered chain. -- The chain guides the board into the machine thereby ensuring complete control of the board as it is feeding into the ripsaw. -- Hogging heads position to remove wane and bark edge on the first arbor while saw blades shift on the second a

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