Primus is the new waterjet system designed to meet the needs of companies seeking maximum versatility.
A technology that looks to the future. It can easily cut composite materials, synthetic stone, non-metallic alloys, titanium, aluminum, ceramic materials.
Laser projector to guide the positioning of the sheet on the work area. It can also be used for the manual detection of the template.
Reference stop for the piece, includes clamps for piece blockage.
Front and rear rollers to ease loading and unloading of materials.
Special material supports to minimize the glare of the waterjet on the piece being processed and to facilitate the drainage of water and small processing residues.
The fie-axis cutting head is equipped with continuous rotating C-axis (patented) that allows the execution of cutting profies inclined (+/- 60 °) with the highest quality. Maximum programming flexibility thanks to cutting head freedom of movement. This system eliminates the errors due to the backlash of the rotary axis present in traditional systems and also ensures a constant supply of the abrasive.
Primus can be confiured with two or more cutting heads to meet the demands of customers’ productivity. Each cutting head is equipped with an independent and automatic management system for the abrasive, ensuring in every moment the ideal dosage for each machining.
Double station processing is possible to divide the entire work area into two zones. While in one zone the machine continues cutting, the operator can load or unload the pieces in the other zone in complete safety. The barrier that divides the work area is easily removable.
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