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Alpine Linear Saw - ALS 286

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Uploaded on Apr 13, 2011

The Alpine Linear Saw (ALS) passes lumber through lengthwise, like a table saw, instead of sideways like a component cutter. But this is not just a fancy Centerlineā„¢ Arm Saw. The heavy duty servo motors on the ALS are designed for high speed truss production with precision accuracy and all the cuts are made with a single blade. Set ups are made in fractions of seconds and cuts are precise to 1/32 of an inch.

The ALS would not be possible without servo technology. The extremely high forces coupled with the need for speed and high precision demand the tight control provided by servos. Not only that, they also detect faults in the electronic system and report them to the operator with pinpoint accuracy. * Cuts ALL standard truss parts from from any lumber width; single cut webs, double cut webs, step cut webs, off centerline parts, regular bottom chords, scissor bottom chords, and MORE! * Cuts bevels; any plumb angle, bevels from 90 to 25 degrees. * Can cut extremely long (60 inch or more) scarfs. * Production rates of at least 2000 pieces per 8 hour shift! * Will optimize and nest cuts to minimize waste.

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