CMS has devised a solution that is both simple and innovative to keep the circuit constantly at cutting pressure even when loading and unloading the material to be cut without compromising the conditions of maximum safety for the operator. JetShield is the “glass”-shaped device installed inside the tank that can house the cutting head’s mixing tube safely, becoming a genuine shield that protects the operator should the cutting head accidentally open.
Mistral Optical is a company producing, on average, 50,000 pairs of glasses a month. It is located in Quero Vas in the region of Belluno, global center for eyewear. Working on a pair of glasses is a complex operation that needs to find the perfect balance between expert manpower and automated work done by machines. There are about 30 intermediate stages. Knowing exactly at which stage a product can be found in the various processes, at any given time, is the turning point in the entire production chain; representing real added value in the service offered to one’s clients. Precisely with this in mind, the company decided to connect the numerous CMS machines together, from the latest additions to older versions.
Anyone looking to produce efficiently resents downtimes. Which is why it is understandable that someone would not want to cut a sheet with a bridge cutter and then move the piece to a machining center. Movements, handling, unproductive time.... we need an alternative solution! There is an alternative solution: the flexible CMS brembana formax router, complete with a double worktable, powerful electro-spindle, and suction cup manipulator..