Designed to be used for heavy-duty processing that requires large-size tools and aggregates, Biesse says its Rover C 5-axis CNC machine can process furniture, staircase and door and window components of any size, shape, and thickness.

An operating section with five interpolating axes support complex processing operations whilst ensuring quality and precision. Independent Y axes enable users to carry out tool changes without affecting cycle times, says Biesse. The machine features a double tool magazine on the X tool carriage with 44-66 positions, which helps guarantee quick tool change and reduced processing times. It can accommodate a saw blade with a diameter of up to 400mm.
It also features a vertical chain tool magazine on the y-axis with 10-15 positions.

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