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CNC milling machines for wood ROVER A 16: Photo 1
A single processing centre for all types of machining operations.
Rover A 16 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.
Technology based on 5 interpolating axes with continuous rotation
The continuous rotation of the B and C axes (made possible by the technologically advanced components) guarantees the maximum machining speed and optimum finished product quality.
User-friendly technology
The 5-axis operating section, equipped with 13 kW or 16.5 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.
Ability to process large sizes
The open front cowl supports the loading of very-large sizes (up to 2,100 mm in y direction) onto the machine, thus enabling the pre-sectioning phase to be skipped or machining operations to be performed for non-standard productions. With Rover A, a manufacturer can accept orders for thicker panels thanks to the 245 mm working height.
CNC milling machines for wood ROVER A 16: Photo 2
Integrated robot solutions.

Biesse offers its customers pragmatic solutions for factory automation.

ROS robotised solutions ensure a marked increase in production and total reliability of both the production process and the unloading operations, even in a wider context of industrial automation.

CNC milling machines for wood ROVER A 16: Photo 3
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Advanced Table-Setting System
For the quick and easy manual positioning of the clamping systems.
CNC milling machines for wood ROVER A 16: Photo 5

Set Up Assistance

For the quick, easy and controlled manual positioning of the clamping systems. The linear sensors in the work table, along with the collision control function, reduce the risk of collisions

CNC milling machines for wood ROVER A 16: Photo 6

Electronic Positioning System

For the quick, automatic positioning of the clamping systems in the programmed positions.

The motors, along with the collision control function, ensure controlled positioning movements to reduce the risk of collisions.

CNC milling machines for wood ROVER A 16: Photo 7

Feedback positioning system

Evolution of the EPS system, with the addition of linear sensors that indicate the position of the carriages in real time, reducing the time needed to position them.


Loading and unloading solutions. Automated cell for machining a batch of panels or doors.

Synchro is a loading/unloading device that transforms the Rover machining centre into an automatic cell for producing a stack of panels autonomously without the need for an operator:

  • it eliminates the risk of damage in the case of heavy panels that need to be handled by 2 operators
  • it’s easy to use, because the machining centre program also contains the Synchro command instructions
  • it has limited overall dimensions, and can be positioned to the left or right of the machining centre
  • it comes with various configurations, depending on the size of the panels to be handled and the layout of the stacks.

Biesse Rover A - 5-Axis Wooden Ball

See the Biesse ROVER A 5-Axis cutting and engraving a wooden ball. The continuous interpolation of the C-Axis and the maximum precision and reliability of the machine allow to process the most demanding parts in terms of performance and grants the best quality of the finished component.

Rover A - Synchro Handling System

Synchro is the new handling system by Biesse which is completely integrated with the machine's control. This handling device has 4 controlled axes which are actioned by the Rover machining centre. It collects the panels to be machined from a stack, positions them in reference to a point of origin provided by the machining centre and, once the machining operation is complete, deposits them in an area designed to accommodate the stack of machined panels. The working cycle is executed in automatic mode until the entire batch to be processed is complete.

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