Introduce of bridge saw machine ZRXZ
Two-dimensional stone plate with a certain shape is one of the widely used building materials. The infrared automatic bridge cutter is an ideal equipment for cutting and processing this kind of stone products. Before cutting, we will set the blade with infrared laser light. After setting the operating parameters, the cutting process is automatic and programmed. The 45° tilting bridge saw machine is developed base on the normal bridge cutter, head of this advanced machine can rotate 45 degree around the X axis.
Bridge Saw Cutting Capabilities:
Bridge saw machines are versatile and can perform a wide range of cuts. They can execute straight cuts, bevel cuts, miter cuts, and even intricate shapes, depending on the machine’s capabilities and the operator’s skill. The diamond blades used in these machines can vary in diameter, allowing for different cutting depths.
Certainly! Here’s a more detailed explanation of the cutting capabilities of bridge saw machines:
1. Straight Cuts:
Bridge saw machines excel at making straight cuts in stone slabs. The combination of the rotational motion of the diamond blade and the horizontal movement of the cutting head allows for precise and straight cuts along the length or width of the stone slab. This capability is crucial for creating countertops, flooring tiles, and other linear stone elements.
2. Curved Cuts:
Some bridge saw machines have the ability to create curved cuts in stone slabs. This is achieved by precisely controlling the horizontal movement of the cutting head along a pre-programmed curved path. Curved cuts can be used to create intricate designs, decorative edges, or custom shapes in stone materials.
3. Miter Cuts:
Bridge saw machines are often equipped with mitering capabilities, allowing for precise miter cuts. Miter cuts involve cutting the stone slab at a specific angle, typically 45 degrees, to create seamless joints when two pieces are joined together. Miter cuts are commonly used in applications such as countertop corners or architectural details.
4. Bevel Cuts:
Bevel cuts involve cutting the stone slab at an angle other than 90 degrees. Bridge saw machines with tilting worktables or cutting heads can execute bevel cuts accurately. Bevel cuts are often used to create chamfered edges, angled surfaces, or design elements that require a sloping profile.
5. Complex Shapes and Designs:
With advanced computerized control systems and cutting programs, bridge saw machines can execute intricate and complex shapes and designs. By precisely controlling the movements of the cutting head, the machine can follow intricate patterns or templates to create detailed shapes and designs on stone slabs.
6. Slab Thickness Reduction:
Bridge saw machines are also capable of reducing the thickness of stone slabs. This process, often referred to as slab thickness calibration or slab profiling, involves cutting a consistent amount of material from the surface of the stone slab to achieve a desired thickness. This capability is useful for leveling slabs or preparing them for specific applications.
7. Hole Cutting:
Some bridge saw machines may incorporate hole-cutting capabilities. This can be achieved through the use of specialized attachments or drilling mechanisms. Hole cutting allows for precise creation of openings in stone slabs for sinks, faucets, or other fixtures.
8. Edge Profiling:
In addition to straight cuts, bridge saw machines can be equipped with profiling tools to create various edge profiles on stone slabs. This can include shaping the edges with bullnose, bevel, ogee, or other custom profiles. Edge profiling enhances the aesthetic appeal of stone elements and provides a finished look.
Bridge saw machines offer a wide range of cutting capabilities, from straight and curved cuts to miter cuts, bevel cuts, and complex shapes. These capabilities enable the creation of diverse stone products and allow for customization based on specific design requirements.
Features of bridge saw machine ZRXZ
This bridge saw machine adopts PLC frequency conversion control system to input operation parameters (including cutting size, moving speed, etc.) through human-computer interface, and the cutting process is automated and programmed.
Infrared Laser Light
Confirm the stone workpiece position with infrared laser light, making the machining more accurate and efficient
This bridge saw machine adopts mono-block design which is suitable to install machine foundation on varies of ground properties. Table of this machine can rotation 0-360 degree in horizontal and can stop at any degree, and can move up for 85 degree in vertical.
- Maximum blade for this bridge saw machine is 625mm with MAX 200mm cutting thickness.
- Max cutting size is about 3200×2000×200mm
- Head lifting of this bridge saw machine adopts motor reducer screw drive, double circular rail guide post structure.
- The machine blade can tilting 45 degree to do a mitre cutting.
- We Use encoder or magnetic gate to detect the length of slice.
Structure of bridge saw machine ZRXZ
- Bridge integrated structure, a beam is located on the left and right two longitudinal rails, supporting an integrated workbench.
- The traverse travel mechanism of the frame assembly can move left and right on the oil immersed guide rail of the crossbeam (x axis)
- The electric spindle is installed on the double guide pillars at the front end of the ring guide rail box. The whole bridge saw machine head is driven to move up and down by the motor screw assembly. The upper end of the cutting motor is equipped with a rotating mechanism around the cross beam. Through the hydraulic system, the cutting blade rest is rotated (tilted) by 0 ~ 45 ° to achieve the chamfering cutting of the stone.
Bridge Saw Safety Measures:
Safety is a crucial aspect of any industrial machine, and bridge saw machines are no exception. These machines are equipped with safety features such as emergency stop buttons, safety interlocks, and blade guards. Operators are required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) like goggles, gloves, and ear protection to ensure their safety while operating the machine. Safety measures are of paramount importance in the design and operation of bridge saw machines to protect operators and ensure a safe working environment. Here are some key safety measures implemented in bridge saw machines:
1. Operator Enclosure:
Bridge saw machines are equipped with operator enclosures or guards to provide a physical barrier between the operator and the cutting area. These enclosures are typically made of transparent materials, such as polycarbonate or safety glass, to allow visibility of the cutting process while protecting the operator from debris and potential hazards.
2. Emergency Stop Button:
An easily accessible emergency stop button is installed on bridge saw machines to immediately halt all machine operations in case of an emergency. This allows operators to quickly stop the machine and prevent accidents or injuries.
3. Blade Guard:
A blade guard is placed around the cutting head and blade assembly to prevent direct contact with the spinning blade. The guard acts as a barrier to shield operators from potential blade-related hazards, such as accidental contact, flying debris, or splashing water.
4. Safety Interlocks:
Bridge saw machines incorporate safety interlocks that prevent the machine from operating unless all safety features, such as the blade guard and operator enclosure, are properly engaged. These interlocks ensure that the machine cannot be started or operated without the necessary safety precautions in place.
5. Overload Protection:
To prevent damage to the machine and ensure operator safety, bridge saw machines may include overload protection mechanisms. These mechanisms monitor the cutting forces and motor load to prevent excessive stress on the machine components. If an overload is detected, the machine automatically shuts down or reduces cutting speed to prevent damage or accidents.
6. Dust and Debris Control:
Bridge saw machines often feature dust and debris control systems to minimize airborne particles generated during the cutting process. These systems may include dust hoods, collection bags, or dust extraction units. By controlling dust and debris, these measures help maintain a clean working environment and reduce the risk of respiratory issues for operators.
7. Safety Training and Procedures:
Operators of bridge saw machines should receive thorough safety training to understand the potential hazards associated with the machine’s operation. Training should cover proper machine operation, emergency procedures, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses, gloves, and hearing protection. Strict adherence to safety procedures is crucial to maintaining a safe working environment.
8. Maintenance and Inspections:
Regular maintenance and inspections are essential to ensure the ongoing safety of bridge saw machines. Routine checks should be conducted to identify any mechanical issues, such as loose parts, worn-out components, or damaged safety features. Following manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedules helps to keep the machine in optimal working condition and reduces the risk of accidents.
9. Compliance with Safety Standards:
Bridge saw machines should be designed and manufactured in compliance with applicable safety standards and regulations. These standards may vary depending on the region, but they typically address aspects such as electrical safety, guarding requirements, and operator protection. Compliance with safety standards ensures that the machine meets the necessary safety criteria.
By incorporating robust safety measures, bridge saw machines provide a safer working environment for operators. These measures mitigate potential hazards associated with the cutting process and promote the well-being of the operators.
Details of Bridge Saw Machine ZRXZ
Bridge Saw Machine Specifications
|3200 x 3200 x 170
|Max.diameter of blade
|Table tilting degree
|Table rotating degree
|Head tilting degree
|Main motor power
|6000 x 5000 x 2600