Kasto presents sawing and storage innovations

Posted on 08 Sep 2019 and read 631 times
Kasto presents sawing and storage innovations The sawing and storage technology specialist Kasto, which celebrates its 175th anniversary this year, will be presenting a wide range of innovations at EMO 2019 (Hall 15, Stand E54).

The German company — represented in the UK and Ireland by Milton-Keynes-based subsidiary Kasto Ltd (www.kasto.com/uk) — will feature an efficient energy recovery and storage concept for automated storage systems, plus new sawing machines for every requirement, ranging from the KastoMicut workshop bandsaw and the versatile KastoWin/Miwin series to the KastoVariospeed and KastoTec high-performance production saws. Digital solutions and Industry 4.0 developments will be on show live in the Smart Solutions Corner.

The KastoMiwin is a double-mitre bandsaw for cut-to-length and mitre cuts between -45 and +60 degrees. Available in semi-automated or fully automated versions, it is specially designed for parts cut to size for use in steel construction, steel trade, plant construction and special machine construction.

Kasto also offers the swing-frame bandsaws of the KastoMicut series, which are available in two sizes and are specially designed for use in workshops.

Users can choose different cutting ranges and manually operated, semi-automated or fully automated versions.

The KastoWin universal bandsaw series will also be exhibited at EMO.

This is designed for the serial and production sawing of solid materials, pipes and sections.

The different machine sizes are all designed using the same construction method, and the components used are largely identical; this is reflected in the price.

For particularly heavy workpieces, the KastoWin is also available with a movable material support table. The company offers special designs for the processing of pipes and additively manufactured components.

The KastoVariospeed production circular saw is another all-rounder for steel processing.

This CNC sawing machine can process a wide range of materials — including those that are difficult to machine — and it is suitable for unmanned operation, especially in combination with a KastoCenter sawing centre.

The robust design and the high-performance frequency-controlled drive ensure short cutting times, while the ultra-thin carbide saw blades guarantee outstanding precision and low material wastage.

EMO 2019 will also see another new member of the Kasto family make its first appearance — the KastoVariospeed C18, which has a larger cutting range of 180mm.

Kasto has also extensively revised its KastoTec automated bandsaw range, with the company’s designers focusing on the best-possible use of carbide saw blades.

The KastoTec continues to offer high cutting performance and long band life — even with difficult-to-cut materials such as titanium, hastelloy or inconel.

Another new feature is the steplessly adjustable electro-mechanical saw feed, which provides the best conditions for efficient, highly accurate and tool-friendly work.

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