WEINIG GERMANY: COMBISCAN EVO R 200 FOR RIPPING OPTIMIZATION
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23 August 2019

WEINIG GERMANY: COMBISCAN EVO R 200 FOR RIPPING OPTIMIZATION

The profitability of the entire process is decided during the ripping process. The CombiScan Evo R 200 ensures maximum optimization.

The CombiScan Evo R 200 is WEINIG’s tried-and-trusted scanner for 2D ripping optimization during the ripping process. In 2D optimization, the later cross-cut products are already taken into account as part of the optimization, meaning that the value and yield of the overall process is significantly increased. Dual-scatter technology allows optimal defect detection with the highest level of quality and extremely short scanning times. Another great feature of the scanner is the automatic camera positioning. The improved user interface makes the CombiScan Evo R 200 easier to handle, plus it speeds up configuration and expands the options for collecting statistics and data. By adding more sensors, the scanner can be upgraded to meet growing needs at any time.
 The new CombiScan Sense for optimization in the high-end sector Wood yield can be significantly increased through scanner technology. With the CombiScan Sense series, WEINIG has the highest performance requirements covered. The CombiScan Sense is a scanner that provides 4-sided wood defect detection. Compared to the generation that it is replacing, the sensor technology has been optimized even further and the detection accuracy has been further improved. The space-saving low-power X-ray module and the laser and color cameras are new features. The scanner is equipped with a dot laser that detects the fiber orientation. In addition, it allows detection using dual-scatter technology, as well as 2-sided detection of oblique cracks. Roughness+ can be used to detect unplaned areas. Furthermore, a Random Width Module is available. Designed as a modular system, the CombiScan Sense can be upgraded to meet growing needs through the addition of sensors.

The new Turbo-S 1000 finger jointing line for the high-end segment WEINIG finger jointing technology makes residual wood processing and wood optimization easy and profitable. The patented Turbo-S 1000 milling combination guarantees a particularly high performance yield.

For more information contact Mr Klaus Müller, Head of Communication:

WEINIG AG
Weinig Strasse 2-4
D-97941 TAUBERBISCHOFSHEIM / Germany
Ph. +49 9341 860
E-mail: klaus.mueller@weinig.de

http://www.weinig.com