WEINIG OptiCut S 90: The universal entry model

WEINIG OptiCut S 90-Serie

The OptiCut S90 is defined by its universality Whether you want to cut packages, profiles or even rods – individually or as part of a series – all this is possible with the OptiCut S 90, usually without having to make adjustments to the machine. The entry-level model can handle weights of up to 100 kg with a positioning precision of ± 0.5 mm. Cutting in packages leads to a multiplication of the cutting capacity. Together we will find the best solution for your production. The OptiCut S 90 offers a variety of upgradable options (e.g. for optimization, sorting or workpiece marking).

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The WEINIG OptiCut S 90 provides

  • Universal use
  • Many technical extensions
  • High flexibility from single-item batches
  • Reduced unit costs through one-man operation
  • Maximum work safety

Technical Details

Highest value

WEINIG cutting solutions are automated cross-cut lines with high performance capacity and maximum safety. Cross-cutting is one of the most important processes in solid wood processing, as this is where the material yield is decided. With the intelligent software of our optimizing cross-cut saws you always get the maximum yield out of your material. The operator only marks the defective areas and/or different quality ranges, and the machine does the rest by itself: accurately, quickly, with minimum waste.

Fully-fledged optimization already in the standard model

The OptiCut adapts flexibly to the future development of your business: Many options can be upgraded at a later date. For example, every OptiCut with automatic length measurement and wood defect detection is a fully-fledged optimizing cross-cut saw. Useful additions include printers for clear marking of the workpieces and/or mechanization options at the machine infeed and outfeed with additional stacking options via the OptiCut Stacker.

Increased performance for one-man operation

Our optimizing cross-cut saws can be easily automated so that you can assign more complex tasks to your employees. Mechanization solutions such as cross-feeding, where the machine can be automatically fed from a hopper feeder, offer an enormous increase in performance.

Future-oriented and flexible

Adjust the OptiCut to your individual needs. From a simple standard machine to a fully automated cross-cutting line, we offer you tailor-made peripherals in a modular system. Generate the best cutting results with minimum personnel expenditure at consistently high daily outputs.

Live tour of the ExpoCenter

Experience the unique variety of our cutting solutions live in our ExpoCenter in Illertissen and let our specialists show you the machines. You are also welcome to receive training on your (future) machine or have your materials tested on site for perfect cutting.


Options for extension

Cross-feeding in the infeed

Maximum performance enhancement thanks to buffer stations

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Pusher table in outfeed

Advantages for one-man operation

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Outfeed sorting

Enormous time savings for the entire process

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Marking

Fully automated marking of workpieces during machining

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Further information

Downloads

Simple, fast and sustainable: more details in a downloadable PDF document.

WEINIG OptiCut S 90 brochure (PDF, 9 MB)

Technical data

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