M700TW Modular Series Tube and Wire Cutter Unit
Description / Details
The M700TW (Tube and Wire) Cutter Module uses a guillotine style cutter head to cut copper wire gauges up to 10 AWG stranded or 12 AWG solid and cut tubing up to 3/8” (9.5mm) OD.
The M700TW Module easily and accurately cuts wire, tubing and sleeving to the programmed length and number of pieces when used with the optional M700F Feeder module. Ten variable feed rates allow the operator the flexibility to choose the correct rate for a given material to optimize production rate, repeatability and accuracy of the cut length. The M700TW utilizes a guillotine style cutter head. This unit can also be used in a manual cutting configuration.
Programming of the unit is simple. A Job feature allows all variables for frequently run jobs to be pre-programmed. Up to 100 jobs may be programmed. A batching feature allows for multiple pieces of different lengths to be cut within a job. Up to 20 batches per job can be programmed. Easily programmed through the controller or with PC software.
|Tubing Size||Up to 3/8" (9.5mm) OD|
|Max Copper Wire Size||Stranded Conductor: 10AWG (2.59mm)|
Solid Conductor: 12AWG (2.06mm)
|Max Cut Length||99,999" (99,999cm)|
|Min Cut Length||0.100" (0.254cm)|
|M700F Length Tolerances* (repeatability)||Under 2" (5.08cm): ± 0.010" (± 0.025cm)|
Over 2" (5.08cm): ± 1%
Squareness of Cut: ± 2°
|Air Supply Required||90 PSI (6.2 bar)|
|Jobs||Up to 100 programmable jobs|
|Batches||1 to 20 Batches per Job|
|Module Size||16”L x 7.25”W x 8”H|
(406.4mm x 184.2mm x 203.2mm)
|Weight||17.5 lbs. (8.0 kg)|
|Bushings||Material sample is required to size bushing.|
|This module must be used with the M700C Controller|
* Specification is material dependent and/or dependent on de-reeling system
|Linear Speed M700F | Feeder|
|Feed Rate #||inches/sec.||cm/sec.|
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