Optimizing Rip Saws
Moving Blade Rip Saw technology allows you to create a new arbor configuration for each board that you rip, which will give you the best possible rip yield.
Width cutting, generally referred to as ripping, combined with longitudinal cutting, represents the first processing stage in all solid wood processing. Thus, it constitutes the foundations of efficient and modern production. Errors in (width) cutting, such as wood losses, missing quantities or excessive stock levels permeate the entire subsequent production process and have a lasting, negative effect on operating results.
Automatically adjustable saw blades offer you maximum flexibility when cutting. The machine is optimally set up for every board in seconds. That way, you only produce what you really need during production. Genuine just-in-time production with maximum wood recovery. Board by board.
Thanks to the patented Quickfix solution, machine retooling is quicker, simpler and more convenient than you have ever experienced before. Loosen hydraulic clamp by hand. Insert wood samples. Move saw blades on the shaft. Clamp hydraulically. Done. No bushing, no spacers, no tools.
Modern and efficient cutting is, therefore, indispensable. WEINIG provides optimal machine concepts to fulfill this requirement. From the small workshop to the fully-automated production line.
The Raimann Gang Rip saw delivers maximum performance, flexibility and productivity. Raimann Rip Saws come in a number of sizes and configurations. Please contact Scarlett Inc. to find out which Raimann Rip Saw is best for you!