CombiCut

INFO


In a joint effort with the fine plasma technology firm of Kjellberg, Boschert has developed a cost effective alternative to combination punch / laser machines.

Because of the advances in the fine plasma technology in recent years, it is now possible to cut even thin gauge sheet metal with very high quality.

An additional advantage of the Boschert CombiCut is that our EccoLine, TWIN and TRI Machines can all be equipped with plasma.

With this versatility Boschert can meet all customers requirements.
 

Productivity, Quality, Flexibility:

Decisive in the competition

With the introduction of the HiFocus technology in the year 2000, the world of plasma cutting saw a new dimension of productivity, quality and variety of application, all based on the well accepted FineFocus technology. The exceptional quality of the cutting surfaces is characterized by dross free cuts, the fine tolerance of the cut angle and straightness of cut, as well as smoothness of the cut edge and a positioning tolerance of +/- 0.2 mm. In addition, repeatability is 0.03 mm and is based on the technology of the HiFocus system, which is known world-wide. 

 

Soft-Switch Inverter Technology

Technological flexibility, achievable cutting quality and availability of the cutting system depend extensively on the coordination between power source and plasma cutting torch. Furthermore the productivity is influenced significantly by the configuration of the power source. Primary-switched electronic power sources offer optimal possibilities for realising those demands. For this reason the inverter power source HiFocus 161i was developed, having the favourable working range of 4 to 160 A. 
 

Further advantages are:

• Superior cutting quality due to flexible adaption of the process sequence to the cutting job

• Optimized cutting process by fast control of the cutting current, high dynamic response at small contours and reduced run-in path, corner signal, etc.

• Longetivity of consumables by controlled current rampup and ramp-down during the start and stop sequence and at piercing as well

• Rapid operation start because of extremely fast transition from pilot arc to main arc

• Small components, therefore low weight

• Improved energy balance due to minimized switching losses

• Independent of mains fluctuations

• All cutting parameters controllable by serial interface; serial data transfer to PC for diagnostic purposes

SPECIFICATIONS

Working Range
Combicut 750x1500 1580 x 810 mm
Combicut 1000x2000 2080 x 1060 mm
Combicut 1250x2500 2580 x 1310 mm
Combicut 1500x3000 3080 x 1560 mm

Performance
Plasma power 160 A
Max. sheet thickness 12 mm clamp-opening
Max. sheet length 9999 mm by repositioning
Max. plasma-cutting force 35 mm
Max. punching force 280 kN (Option 400 kN)
Max. workpiece weight 200 kg

Speeds
Max. positioning speed
X- axis 60 m/min
Max. positioning speed
Y- axis 60 m/min
Simultaneous X & Y 85 m/min
Max. stroke rate punching 400 1/min
Max. stroke rate marking 800 1/min

Tools
Trumpf Tools
Max. punching diameter 105 mm or any shape
within 105 mm
Revotool 4 / 6 / 7 / 8 stations
Tool changing time 1 sec. Revotool,
15 sec. manual
Punching accuracy
Positioning accuracy + 0,10 mm
Repeatability + 0,03 mm
Programmable chutes for plasma and punching parts 500 x 500 mm max.

Space requirement and weights
Combicut 750x1500 6000 x 4800 x 2110 mm Weight 13500 kg
Combicut 1000x2000 7000 x 5400 x 2110 mm Weight 14500 kg
Combicut 1250x2500 8000 x 6000 x 2110 mm Weight 16300 kg
Combicut 1500x3000 9000 x 6500 x 2110 mm Weight 17400 kg
Electrical values 60 KVA

OPTIONS

fraesen

 Milling unit 

bohr_gewinde

Drilling and thread cutting unit

auto_zangen

 Automatic Clamps Positioning

roboterbeladung

 Roboter Loading

Gizelis S.A. retains the right to change any technical characteristic without prior notice.

Contact us

Address: Schimatari Viotias, 32009, Kormatzini Area
Telephone: 0030 22620 58675
Fax: 0030 22620 57185
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