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Developing robust, practical high-end solutions together

 

Modern production requires machines that integrate seamlessly. Sometimes this involves standard versions, although 'standard' always means the highest technical level at SCHELLING. However, individual solutions can often also be developed. Which is where SCHELLING supports you with enthusiasm. The ideal integration with the respective production environment will get even more out of every SCHELLING saw. This is proven by an endless number of projects in close cooperation with customers that ensure attractive solutions for productive daily operations. Implementation with SCHELLING's high level of quality makes these solutions reliable, resilient, and sustainable.

 

 

 

HTH / Denmark

Requirement:
High productivity with a small footprint. Complex cutting plans with head cut and displacement in the head and main part. Highest utilisation of the board material.

Solution:
With a tailored concept, we were able to design a plant perfectly adapted to the customers facility and performance requirements. The plant achieves the high performance demanded with maximum package heights and stacking regardless of the cutting plan..

 

 

Cuisines Schmidt / France

Requirement:
Cuisines Schmidt - one of the largest kitchenware manufacturers in Europe produces customer-specific furniture with the shortest delivery times. Cutting 4,200 boards per day, the shortest and most logistically efficient material throughput.

Solution:
"The correct concept was developed together with us as the customer," explains the project's manager, Mr Offner. The new plant enables an optimum production process and commissioned production with the highest possible throughput speed.

Homanit / Germany

Requirement:
Homanit specialises in the production of thin boards in various configurations, and they needed a plant that was able to feed thin boards down to a minimum thickness of 1.5 mm without any problems at high speeds and would also guarantee optimum material protection for sensitive surfaces.

Solution:
A plant specially adapted to feature a vacuum and nip roller infeed system for thin boards and process 20 infeed cycles per minute of boards down to a thickness of 1.5 mm. Frictionless process for sensitive board surfaces with precisely calibrated polyamide rolls and hard chrome plated cutting machine tables featuring a cut gap sealing system.

 

 

Kaufmann / Austria

Initial situation:
"The decisive factor was our excellent experience with the existing SCHELLING plant, the support from SCHELLING's specialists, the short delivery time, and a good market price," reports Mr Baurenhas, Plant Manager at Kaufmann.

Solution:
The developed concept delivers even more power, plus additional cutting height and performance: Book heights up to 135 mm and increased feed rates allow cutting speeds up to 35 m³/h.

Kornmüller / Austria

Requirement:
The Kornmüller company in Weistrach is a niche supplier for specialist kitchens featuring a wide range of surfaces. The requirement was to provide a cost-effective connection between the board storage system and the SCHELLING cut-to-size saw, while also making allowances for restpart management.

Solution:
The overall concept comprises an automatic board storage system featuring a restpart return function and integrated SCHELLING fh 6 cut-to-size saw with moveable aligning table. an FXH, and the SCHELLING XBoB restpart management software. SCHELLING implemented this project in collaboration with AW Bearbeitungssysteme, 3Tec, Systraplan, and Hova.

 

 

Geta Interieur / Germany

Requirement:
GETA in Wangen specialises in technical solutions, especially for public transport. Up to 250 different types of wood of varying compositions are used for interior fittings in industry, medical technology and vehicle interiors. An efficient cutting solution is required for different types of wooden board in small quantities.

Solution:
SCHELLING's fh 6 cut-to-size plant was individually tailored to the unique requirements of the customer. Together with GETA, a concept for flexible cut-to-size optimisation was developed which allows multiple wooden board types to be processed in the most efficient way possible.

Kaindl / Austria

Requirement:
Kaindl is a worldwide leading manufactor of refined timber materials and laminate flooring. Their needs do just require significant, not capacity (approx. 600 m3/day) and flexibility in order to cope with smaller batch sizes, but also dimensional accuracy and careful handling at raw materials with sensitive surfaces.

Solution:
The angular cut-to-size plant designed by SCHELLING with head cut device, four automatic stacking stations, and a strapping device ideally correspond with the target specifications and, thanks to the sophisticated concept, guarantees maximum availability.

 

 

Kastens & Knauer / Germany

Requirement
Kastens & Knauer in Lilienthal is a supplier to the automotive and aircraft industries. The highest degree of precision, speed and flexibility are demanded, and cutting large-format aluminium boards with a thickness of 200 mm and a board length up to a maximum of 6,000 mm is required.

Solution:
The FTM and FLM precision board saws are adapted to the individual needs of the customer, whereby cutting volume and productivity in particular are taken into account. This allows production of large-dimension parts, and large numbers of individual parts and products in the shortest time.

Faigle Industrieplast / Austria

Requirement:
Faigle Industrieplast in Hard specialises in cutting semi-finished products to size. All types of technical plastic materials are processed, most recently also PMMA and polycarbonate. The greatest precision in cutting, high cutting speed and scratch-free handling of the boards is demanded.

Solution:
Individual customer requirements have been considered and integrated throughout the fk 6 project. Careful board handling and a dust and chip removal rate at 99.5 % was a prime focus.