Bewo presented 3 scoops on the Tube & Wire
Bewo had an active appearance on the Tube & Wire in Düsseldorf, Germany. They presented no less than tree scoops. They had a scoop with their extreme fast Sigma Short Cut (SigmaSC); an automatic cutting machine which simultaneously cuts up to six tubes in short products. Bewo also presented the new Solitair on the Tube & Wire; a very practical stand-alone measuring table for accurately measuring of output products. Besides that Bewo presented their new chamfering machine as well. The chamfering machine worked together in perfect harmony with an automatic cutting machine and deburring machine. These machines are new in Bewo’s product range. Bewo is the Dutch developer and producer of complete solutions for automatic cutting lines and the Bewo CPO manually operated saw.
On the Tube & Wire Bewo coupled the SCM-60 Chamfering Machine to an automatic cutting machine and deburring machine. The chamfering machine has optimum cutting conditions and cycle speed, because of variable adjustable, speed. With the user-friendly operator control panel, the operator can easily choose the best possible settings for high quality chamfering result. Just like all Bewo machines, the chamfering machine too gives products of excellent quality.
The cutting line, to which the chamfering machine was coupled, consisted out of a DCH‑76 Sapphire cutting machine and an SCD-90 deburring machine. The Sapphire automatic cutting machine is known for cutting two tubes of unequal starting lengths simultaneously in an uninterrupted process. Because of the short trim cut and rest pieces plus the possibility to cut all rest material of unequal starting lengths, the Sapphire is very economical with material. The Sapphire handles tubes quickly, precisely and scratch free using a unique six‑point diaphragm clamping jaw system that practically eliminates deformation. The clamping jaw system handles tubes ranging from 8 mm up to 76 mm in diameter and square or rectangular profiles measuring 10 x 10 mm up to 50 x 50 mm.
The new SigmaSC, which Bewo also demonstrated, is for many reasons an extreme fast cutting machine. With the unequalled tube clamping system the SigmaSC is able to cut up to six tubes simultaneously. The 5,5 kW motor reaches cutting speeds from 50 up to 300 m/min. A complete Bewo cutting line can cut and deburr 6,000 products per hour. In stand-alone configuration the SigmaSC cuts as many as 15,000 tubes per hour effortlessly.
The SigmaSC is also very user friendly and that is beneficial for the cutting process’ speed. Furthermore the SigmaSC has extreme short changeover times, with just a few tools needed. The cutting machine automatically carries out adjustments and chooses maximum efficiency when changing over. For example changing over a tube length + diameter + clamping jaw takes no longer than 10 minutes. Changing the saw blade only takes 3 minutes.
The practical measuring table, the Solitair, which Bewo presented on the Tube & Wire as well is also new. The Solitair is an absolute measuring system that measures products up to 3,000 mm with a diameter up to 115 mm. The Solitair is based on the same concept as the familiar Bewo measuring table, the MT, but with a new design. After you have cut the tube you will be able to easily check the tube’s length and, if required, print a measuring report. The difference between the MT and Solitair is that the Solitair is modularly built, using the latest production techniques. This results in very competitive pricing.
All machines that Bewo showed on the Tube & Wire were operational. They were presented with many demo’s. Are you interested in a demo? Check with Bewo for the possibilities.