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OMGA to feature optimizing saw

OMGA will be exhibiting at the upcoming IWF 2014, with its main line of products on display in Hall B, booth No. 6753.

Among the new products this year, the highlight will be a new mid-high range optimizing saw, model T 523 OPT. It consists of a push-feed optimizer for defecting and full optimization of wooden pieces. A pneumatic tail clamp system ensures the accurate handling of the boards during the positioning, between each cut. Two horizontal clamps self-adjust based on the cross section of the work piece and ensure that the board is square against the fence before each cut. The marking of the defects is carried out using a fluorescent crayon. The phase of reading the defect marks and length of the board occurs automatically, during the return stroke of the pusher.

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The NC controller associated with the industrial 10.4” touch screen display allows for easy data entry as well as an intuitive means to access all the optimization programs. A USB port is available, as well as an Ethernet RJ45 port, for the connection to company networks. The T 523 OPT, along with all other equipment on display, will be available for custom demonstrations during the event.

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