Vertical CNC panel saw cutting composite panel to show at IWF 2016

Putsch will bring its vertical CNC Alucenter 4016 working center for composite panel to IWF 2016 in Atlanta, performing milling and cutting in various shapes on MDF and plywood, among other materials. 

Putsch Panel Saws will exhibit at the upcoming IWF Fair, August 24-27 at the World Congress Center in Atlanta, this year’s premier woodworking industry machinery and supplier show in North America.
To demonstrate the high-quality and versatility of vertical panel saws to cut and groove wood, plastic, composites and other panel materials, Putsch will exhibit its SVP 320 with Independent Scoring and SVP 133 with V-Grooving.
Putsch will also have representatives from its sales and technical departments available to answer any questions about the machines and how to integrate them into new or existing production.
With over 50 years experience, Putsch Panel Saws offers the most extensive line of vertical panel saws available, with a product line that also includes the Vantage 95 horizontal beam saw. Putsch is exhibiting in Booth 7835 at IWF Atlanta

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