The new “Hi-tronic vertical stroke” from SCM Group and Gabbiani saw carriage guarantees cutting finish and precision, even at high speeds, according to Gabbiani. The device consists of an optimized blade stroke, rapid blades unlocking with “AKE” mechanical flanges, pressure beam stroke with self-learning, post forming device, electronic adjustment of the scoring unit, execution of grooves, and slots execution device. The carriage improves existing products including the Sigma Impact, Galaxy 2, and Galaxy 3 beam saws.
SCM, established in 1952 and headquartered in Rimini, Italy, is a leading producer of the most technologically advanced industrial woodworking machines in the world. With 27 production facilities and 26 foreign subsidiaries, SCM has over two million machines installed and operating in 120 countries, has over 3,800 employees, and 1/2 billion dollar turnover.