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  • High-performance cross-cut system manufactured by PAUL
  • Market launch: early 1990s
  • Max. timber section: 180 x 45mm, 130 x 75mm, 90 x 90mm
  • Inclination of the machine table which is typical for products by PAUL
  • Roll feed
  • The additional designation "Speed 180" referred to the version of the current model "MKL" (status as of 2011).
  • Successor models since about 2010: (Paul C11)

Options (selection)

  • Pressure roller within the infeed table
  • Machine control/ measuring station for optimization
  • Width measurement by laser
  • Inkjet printer
  • Sorting and destacking devices

Both the model 11 and the model 14 are available in three different versions:

  • Type E
  • Basic model for automatic cutting according to a processing list
  • Used for example for crate or pallet manufacturing where wood defects are not relevant
  • It is always the largest possible fix dimension that is cut between the timber's beginning and end
  • Without defect detection
  • Partial and full optimization only possible by appropriate control (MAXI 4.0)/ measurement of the input length (option)
  • Type KE
  • Automatic cutting according to a processing list
  • Cutting of defects by means of chalk marking
  • Control NCK-0 without partial optimization; control MAXI 4.x (with partial optimization)
  • Type MKL
  • Top model of the series 11 and 14
  • With standard measuring station designed for full optimization
  • With one standard luminescence sensing device for both fault location detection and distinction in quality
  • Optional with two luminescence scanners for defect detection (marking on the upper side of the work piece) and a separate sensor for quality control on the side of the work piece (quality optimisation)


11 MKL Messstation und Terminal
PAUL, 2007
11 MKL
PAUL, 2007

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Optimization cross-cut saw