- for the highspeed crossfeed splicing of sliced and rotary cut veneer
- the fastest and best-selling veneer crossfeed splicing machine available
- highest, unprecedented number of cycles of up to 30 joints per minute
- constantly high performance of 10'000 and more joints throughout a complete working shift
- perfect joints for high and consistent end product quality
- unique and praised Fisher+Rückle horizontal pressing system
- suited for both PVAc and UREA type glues
- dependable, reliable, enduring
- easy operating via touch screen panel
- clearly arranged icons on the screen panel facilitate easy access to relevant settings and parameters
- separate pressure gauges ensure direct operator access to heating plate pressures, horizontal pressing system, etc. and short change-over times
- infeed belt for automatic veneer infeed
- moveable cross beam allows for quick and easy access to the heating plates for service and maintenance duties
- few wear parts, little service and maintenance cost
- up-to-date, modern machine design
- modular and adaptable system
- optional integration in automated processes
- individual infeed and discharge systems, glue application lines, etc.
The operator finds all specific machine settings and parameters within the field of vision. All important functions are accessible via touch screen and are executed immediately after setting. A special trouble-shooting menu helps sort out any errors.
The infeed belt helps achieve high production performances. Veneer sheets are laid on the belts and automatically fed into the machine’s heating zone where the aligning and the splicing of the veneer sheets take place.
Each layon is automatically aligned on the splicing line while being put through the machine. This enables the operator to retrieve the already spliced veneers for quality control and ensures a perfect 90° cut whilst clipping.
The freshly spliced veneer formats may be clipped to a pre-defined length on the machine’s outfeed side.
A self-adhesive tape is applied along the veneer layon’s edge to avoid breaches. The veneer edges are trimmed to size immediately after tape application.
After edge trimming and reinforcement, veneer layons are neatly stacked on a scissor lifting table by the means of a stacking device.