By continuing to use this site you agree to the use of cookies. Further details: privacy policy

PAUL 11

  • 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)

Images

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

Documents (3)

more
less

Type

Optimization cross-cut saw