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Crossfeed Veneer Splicers

KUPER FWQ.

The right size for every job.

The KUPER FWQ is the perfect solution for large and small veneer sheets. It produces so-called endless sheets or pre-programmed fixed dimension veneers from peeled and cut veneer strips of different widths. Or also pre-programmed fixed veneer dimensions. It is easy to operate and guarantees absolutely tight joints by the world-famous KUPER zig-zag technology. Kuper reliable.

The unique KUPER zig-zag gluing system guarantees cost-saving and rational veneer processing. The veneer pattern, the surface and the trouble-free subsequent processing are the distinguishing characteristics of all KUPER veneer splicing machines.

KUPER POWER for your business.

Advantages at a glance.

  • The only zig-zag crossfeed splicing machine world-wide!
  • New design
  • Servo drives
  • New: Touch panel control

Typical end products are panels, doors, walls and cabinet sides. This efficient machine also masters smaller surfaces and veneer patterns. The KUPER FWQ is also a “one-person machine”, no matter whether veneer patterns or fixed dimensions are required. The photoelectronically controlled guillotine knife cuts any pre-selected dimension exactly from the “endless” veneer sheet – for an optimum material yield. An integrated automatic stacker after the gluing and cutting zone carefully places any fixed dimension on pallet trucks.

KUPER FWQ

Technical data.

Feed Speedapprox. 40 – 70 m/min., 7 speeds
Veneer thicknessapprox. 0.4 – 2.5 mm
Max. working width in grain direction1,900/2,800/3,700 mm
Min. Working width in grain directionapprox. 550/550/900 mm
Min. Working width in grain directionfrom approx. 65 mm
Operating voltage standard400 V, 3 Ph, 50 Hz or special voltage
Total connected loadapprox. 13.15 kVA

Additional technical data upon request. Illustrations may contain options. Additional components such as control cabinets, safety facilities e.g. are maybe not shown. Subject to design modification.

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