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New robotic steel profile cutting solution from Voortman

Voortman Steel Machinery has announced the launch of its new V807 robotic thermal profile processor, which is a plasma and oxy-fuel coping solution.

The V807 is said to be the result of years of experience, research and development to drastically reduce the machine’s footprint and improve installation time and logistics without any loss of processing power or throughput efficiency.

The company said the Voortman V807 has production capacity proven to be up to three times more than other models in robotic thermal profile processing.

Input for designing the V807 came from Voortman Steel Group’s own experience and expertise in structural steel fabrication. Voortman said a priority was placed on reducing the footprint of the machine, which allows the machine to be easily maintained and cleaned.

Voortman robotic structural steel processing machines are said to offer high production and throughput, especially with fully-automatic material handling at the in- and out-feed of the machine.

The V807 is equipped with the state-of-the-art Voortman VACAM 4.0 machine control software. In combination with the new 24-inch multi-touch control panel and a simplified user interface it is said to take the user experience to a whole new level. Switching from plasma to oxy-fuel cutting is said to be a quick and simple procedure.

Voortman machinery is available in the UK and the Republic of Ireland through Cutmaster Machines. For more information contact:

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