The Brema Eko 2.2 is a vertical drilling machine that’s been designed to impress and you only have to look at the numbers to see it does just that.Six hundred panels drilled on five faces in an eight-hour shift from a single operator machine with a footprint of just 17 square metres. You’ve got to admit, those are impressive numbers.
Designed with fitted furniture manufacturers in mind, the Brema Eko 2.2 – part of Biesse Group’s woodworking portfolio – is a highly customisable vertical drilling machine that will drill panels on all four edges as well as the face and it comes with sufficient routing capability to offer corner notching and grooving.
From an operator perspective, it couldn’t be simpler to work with: a batch of barcoded panels from a panel saw or a beam saw is scanned by the operator using the optional barcode reader, which loads it into the work list automatically. All the operator has to do is place each panel on the machine one at a time and collect it when it’s been processed.