WEBER Industrial use
WEBER line integration
WEBER automatic sanding machines are used in production lines and lacquering units for wood sanding and also for lacquer intermediate sanding. The WEBER CBF sanding technology plays an important role in the final sanding for both processes. The quality of the resulting sanding represents the optimum basis for subsequent staining and lacquering. Since WEBER automatic sanding machines are controlled by Siemens S7 control systems, line integration is easily possible for all well-known manufacturers of lacquering units. In this way, the necessary parameters can be predefined and set centrally from the control station. To accommodate difficult spaces on site, the machines in the production lines are available with left-hand or right-hand operating and belt exchange sides.
Simultaneous machining of top and bottom surfaces
The sanding lines of the WEBER KSF and KSL series are designed for industrial use. The automatic sanding machines offer top and bottom sanding, as well as direct workpiece transfer without an intermediate conveyor belt. The electrical control cabinets are integrated in the machine frames to reduce the amount of installation space necessary. The entire sanding line is controlled and monitored from a central control panel. The selection and arrangement of the machining stations for top and bottom sanding can be varied as required. This ensures perfect adaptation of the machine configuration to each individual sanding task.