Rover A is the NC processing centre for the manufacturing of furniture and window/door frames.
Thanks to its comprehensive range of sizes and configurations, it is ideally suited to small and large joineries that need to manufacture either odd-sized products or standard products in small batches.
The 5-axis operating section, equipped with 13 kW HSD spindle and with 360° continuous rotation on the vertical and horizontal axes, enables the machining of complex-shaped pieces ensuring quality, precision and absolute reliability over time.The high technological content of the machining centres most widely sold in the world meets the requirements of wood industry professionals. A perfect combination of Biesse innovation and Italian genius.
no need for operator intervention for tool changes, thanks to the large number of tools and aggregates available at machine side.
The Pick Up station supports automatic tool-holder rack tooling.
Facilitated access during tool change operations thanks to the openable front cowl.
Quick and easy boring head change thanks to the exclusive spindle snapon coupling system.
The Biesse work table is guaranteed to hold the work piece securely in place and ensures quick and easy tool changeover.The assisted set-up system indicates to the operator where to position the panel,pods and rails to avoid potential collisions with the tool. And EPS (Electronic PositioningSystem) supports the automatic reconfiguration of the entire work area in less than 30 seconds.
Motorised conveyor belt for the removal of chips and waste.
NC controlled chip deflector.
Suction hood with 6 settings equipped with a blowing unit for panel cleaning.
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