New processing systems to debut at EuroBlech 2010
Dutch machinery manufacturer Voortman will present two new processing systems at the EuroBlech exhibition, which takes place in Hannover, Germany from 26-30 October.
Pride of place will go to the company’s new CNC controlled V808M beam coping system, which can apply layout lines and information to all four sides of a profile. This is said to provide cost savings of at least one man hour per tonne of steel.
Another debuting machine is the VB1050 profile bandsaw which features a servo controlled spindle drive. This feature is said to improve accuracy and also allows the use of carbide saw blades which can increase capacity and production speed.
Voortman will be exhibiting at Hall 12 booth F47 and Hall 16 booth D25.