Vertical drilling machine mod. TFV by Schiatti Angelo

Date: 23 September 2011
Source: Schiatti Angelo
One of the last novelty of Off. Mecc. SCHIATTI Angelo srl, is the vertical drilling machine mod. TFV that has been designed and built to carry out holes and mill shapes on glass sheets thickness up to 15mm while the OPEN TOP  structure of the machine allows the transit of glass-sheets of any dimension.

Able to develop topikal and in the technological vanguard solutions, the Schiatti has planned an easy-to-use with a simple programming machine whose working cycle is completely automated.

A  PC equipped with  a wide15” “TOUCH SCEEN” allows the operator to programm the working cycle directly by the machine; by means of the graphic interface “DRAG & DROP” it is possible to select from “Library” the needed processing modify it.

All the working programs stored in the PC memory can be download by means of USB key or by the net interface and new programs can be uploaded.

Thanks to the the automatic toll changing (available as an option), it is possible to combined drilling and milling in one only complete cycle.

The Schiatti Angelo srl offers a wide choice of solutions, also according to customer’s exigencies, for any type of vertical/horizontal drilling.


Come to see us at VITRUM  2011 – HALL 24 – STAND G29

600450 Vertical drilling machine mod. TFV by Schiatti Angelo
Date: 23 September 2011
Source: Schiatti Angelo

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