Atlantic Machinery and Vitap are introducing the Point Grooving, a sister machine to the Vitap Point Acoustic, a compact CNC machine dedicated to the execution of acoustic and sound-absorbing panels.
The Acoustic drills the panels whereas the Grooving features one sleeve of blades in lieu of spindles, which are used for grooving panels rather than drilling them, according to the companies.
“The compact Point Grooving is designed specifically for the manufacturing of acoustic/sound absorbing panels, which represents a growing segment of the wood industry. These panels address noise pollution, which many studies have confirmed to be causing a serious impact in the environment, workplaces, cinemas, theaters, as well as private residences,” the companies said in a statement.
“Different blades can be utilized for various grooving patterns as required. Patterns can be designed and downloaded from the office computer and stored in memory or loaded directly onto the machine’s computer by the operator.”
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