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Polar 92 ED

Category: Guillotines/Cutters
Manufacturer: Polar
Model: 92 ED
Year: 1997
Location: Belgium

Additional Machine Details:

high-speed cutter POLAR 92 ED of 1997 N°6811006, for medium and large-size formats, cutting lenght 92 cm

programmable top-of-the-line model for all cutting jobs

automatic, hydraulic, with various functions and operating modes (full-function keyboard, process vizualization, programmable parameters specific to the job (clamping pressure, preclamping time, backgauge speed automatically displayed for each cut size, backgauge compensation..

serves also as a control center for complete cutting line, equipped for external programming (Compucut) as well as networking with Data Control

High-resolution color display (TFT), block programming with graphic operator guidance, fast and easy knife change, frequency controlled backgauge, automatic and programmable clamping pressure, cut optimization, certfied safety GS with self-checking light curtain with individual circuit and computer, guards, finger protection, rear table protection, two-channel hydraulic system with knife upstroke control

main airtable + left side table in cast-iron + right side table in resopal with air (80x100 cm), cells

clamp opening : 13 cm

feed depth : 92 cm

front4DFC53E2F0 3B21102EDFF612EF6D01AD table depth : 65 cm

table height : 90 cm

clamping pressure from 150 to 3500 daN

dimensions with side tables : 212x216x154 cm (working area : 243x250 cm)

weight : 1890 kg

power : 3 kW

Dealer's Reference Number: RO800-25330

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