Christof Reinhardt Maschinenbau
German manufacturer of cross-cut saws and automation technology in the field of solid wood cutting (undercut cross-cut saw, optimisation cross cut saws, special solutions, for example for packaging, pallet manufacturers, caravan constructors, sawmills, etc.). The company is located in Rottweil-Neukirch. It has been taken over by the company Paul/ Dürmentingen after insolvency (2014).
REINHARDT is being incorporated by PAUL Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG. On 01.04.20014, the company Christof Reinhardt files for insolvancy on account of the assets of Franz Reinhardt, the owner. After a short period of incorporation by Paul, former competitor, the traditional enterprise can continue business on 01.06.2014. The brand name REINHARDT is preserved.
Automation solutions (2011): Automatic Feeders, Buffer locations, Vacuum unstacking, Tilt hoist destacker, Work-piece Separation, Bundling Systems, Pneumatic ejectors and Sorters, Cross feed Units, Roller conveyors, Collecting devices,
Conveyor belts, Waste belt conveyors, Work-piece transport
Slim Line speed version
Compact stacker for cross-cut pushing system
Introduction of high-performance cross-cut system Twin Loop, which was the first system worldwide cutting wood with running feed.
Cooperation with the machine manufacturer CML
Automatic stacking system.
Comprehensive computer network control and optimisation of the handling after stacking
Model Quick-Stop with feed by pusher and clamp grippers.
Cross-cut system with optimisation of the blend
First electronically controlled cross-cut saw with roller feeder
First tilt hoist destacker
First stop system with automatic saw-cut-releaser
Undercut cross-cut saw with pneumatic feed
Development of the first undercut cross-cut saw
Establishment of the company; development of machines and equipment for different sectors in the wood processing industry, initially founded as a specialist for the (water) turbine manufacture of sawmills; early setting focus on the cutting-systems for solid wood and production of cross-cut systems and automation.