Edgebanding machining centres from the Rover B Edge range allow users to carry out machining operations to shape and edgeband panels on a single machine.
The wide range of sizes, availability of working units and technologies, means that the Rover B Edge is ideal for medium to large as well as prototype production environments.
For an modest investment, the Rover B Edge range of machines boasts technologies which are unique within the market.
Edgebanding has always been based on applying glue directly to the panel; Biesse has followed this principle and applied it to straight edgebanding as well as shaped edgebanding performed by machining centres.Maximum bonding, possibility of applying thin edges and 3D transparent edges, easy maintenance and panel cleaning during the machining cycle. A perfect combination of Biesse technology and Italian genius.
Edgebanding strip finishing aggregate with three functions. Particularly suitable for machining panels with a delicate or glossy surface, or with a protective film.
Blower and anti-adhesive liquid dispensing aggregate.
Brusher aggregate with glue removal liquid dispenser.
Similar to line edgebanding machines, the glue is applied directly onto the panel in order to ensure optimal adhesion quality.
Glue feed occurs during the machining process via the granule feeding system within in integrated glue head. With the glue being stored in granules, only the required quantity is released for melting.
Presser roller quick changeover kit with reduced diameter version. This ensures the correct pressure is delivered when switching from thick to thin edges as well as small radius curves.
Additional glue pots fitted with quick-release electrical system for PU granule adhesives.
The rigid structure of the machine and the width of the Y axis allows users to machine panel widths of up ti 2208 mm with all available tools.Two machines in one: the full functionality and quality of a true pantograph table are guaranteed by the CFT (Convertible Flat Table), which supports the machining of thin panels, nesting and folding.