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200 Round Lake South, Montcalm,
Quebec, Canada, J0T2V0
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Giben Onix 90 SP

Used Giben Onix 90 SP | Saws - Panel Beam





 
Machine Information Sheet Date: 9/18/2021
Inventory #: C4555TS
Machine Type: Saws - Panel Beam
Manufacturer: Giben
Model: Onix 90 SP
Year: 2004
Region: North West US
Voltage: 460/3/60
Can be transformed to required voltage for a nominal fee. Single phase available thru a phase converter.
Condition: Good
Machine Capacities: -Cutting length 3800 mm (12.5 ft.)
-Saw blade projection 90 mm (3.54 inches)
-Grippers opening 90 mm (3.54 inches)
-Maximum depth of clean cut 80 mm (3.15 inches)
-Main saw blade diameter 350 mm
-Main saw motor 13.2 Kw (18 Hp)
-Scoring saw blade diameter 180 mm
-Scoring saw motor 1.1 Kw (1.5 Hp)
-Saw carriage traverse drive: Inverter
-Saw carriage feed speed, variable 5 to 100 m/min (16 to 328 ft/min)
-Saw carriage return speed 100 m/min (328 ft/min)
-Constant contact roller side aligner
-Automatic positioning of side aligner
-Pneumatic locking mechanism of side aligner
-Overall stroke of side aligner 1220 mm (48 inches)
-Minimum strip width that can be aligned 60 mm (2.4 inches)
-Pneumatic quick saw blade release
-Pusher stroke 3850 (12.6 ft)
-Pusher drive AC brake motor driven by inverter
-Pusher feed speed (recommended at 25 m/min. for safety) 0.8-60 m/min (1-196 ft/min)
-Pusher return speed 60 m/min (196 ft/min)
-Support rollers in pusher area: Nine (9) roller profiles rails
-Number of floating grippers: Seven (7)
-Four (4) 510 x 2000 mm air flotation tables
-Grooving option
-G-VISION is the IBM PC based computer controller with graphic operator guidance, automatic and absolute operation and customizable diagnostics for easy troubleshooting
-On board pattern planner
-Label printing enabled
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