Wider range of applications for Kasto Micut saw series

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Kasto extends the saw series Kasto Micut with the version AE 4.6 for a broader range of applications.

Kasto expands its Kasto Micut saw series with the AE 4.6 machine model to provide the user with a broader range of applications. The version based on the Kasto Micut E 4.6 does not fail to impress with its high degree of safety while delivering excellent cutting results even with difficult to cut materials.

Especially for use in workshops

With the swivelling frame bandsaws from the Kasto Micut series, the specialist for metal-cutting technology has successfully established a versatile market solution developed especially for use in workshops. The series is designed for efficient crosscuts and mitre cuts of tubing, profiles, and solid material.

With the Kasto micut AE 4.6, one-sided mitre cuts are possible up to 60° depending on the material geometry and dimensions. Photo: Kasto

The cutting range of the new model expands up to 460 mm; one-sided mitre cuts are possible up to 60° depending on the material geometry and dimensions. The Kasto Micut AE 4.6 offers users numerous advantages: For example, a precision ball screw drive and round guide enable the feed vice to be positioned precisely. As a result, cut-piece lengths can be cut with a high degree of accuracy.

Kasto Micut saw series is designed for efficient crosscuts and mitre cuts

Deviations in the surface quality of the cutting material can be offset through the pivoting mount of the feed vice. This prevents inaccuracies and ensures a high degree of process reliability – even with materials requiring more complex processing. A full enclosure made with durable sheet metal in combination with a light curtain provides a high level of safety. Easy access to the saw greatly simplifies the setup operation. In addition, thanks to a rotatable operating panel, users can work comfortably and ergonomically on the machine.

For a wider range of applications

Cut-pieces can be discharged in various ways: They can be moved into a container by positioning the chute on an incline. By swivelling the chute into a horizontal position, longer cut-pieces can be discharged from the machine via a roller conveyor. If the user inserts an additional element, optimum use of the operating range is ensured when making layer cuts. The Kasto Micut AE 4.6 works with a modified spur gear. By doing so, the bearing position of the gear-sided running wheel can be attached extremely close to the force application point enabling optimum blade tension. The use of carbide band guides and a ball bearing mounted band back guide enables precise guidance of the sawband. Users achieve excellent processing results.

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