New processing equipment to make debut
Kaltenbach said the main thrust of its stand at the forthcoming Mach 2010 show (held at the NEC 7-11 June) will be production efficiency gains.
The company said it will unveil one of the world’s fastest structural steel, mitre cutting bandsaw, the KBS 1051. This machine, it is claimed, will dramatically revolutionise the speed of processing structural steel.
The first KBS 1051 models arrive in the UK in mid 2010. Machine performance data and video presentations for these machines will be provided at Mach 2010 and visitors will be able to pre-register to attend special Kaltenbach in-house live machine demonstrations at their Bedford facilities. A limited number of Mach visitors with interest in the KBS 1051 will also be offered the opportunity to visit the Kaltenbach world headquarters technical centre in Lorrach, southern Germany, where the KBS 1051 will be demonstrated as an integral part of a complete, automated structural steel processing sawing/drilling line.