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Model PS 100

PS 100 – The panel saw for fast and precise cutting of single
sheets and full packs.

It is powerful and versatile. Traditional sturdy machine construction
combined with an up to date control system are the basis for the new
Mayer PS 100.
These features guarantee precision, speed and long term highest cut
quality. Now with optimized extraction system in the pressure beam
through a two-channel system with automatic control.
panel saw PS 100

PS 100

   
 Cutting length 3200 - 5800 mm
 Saw blade projection 105 mm
 Motor capacity:  
 Main saw 15 - 18 KW / 50 Hz
21 KW / 60 Hz
 Scoring saw 2,2 KW
 Saw blade diameter:  
 Main saw 355 mm
 Scoring saw 150 mm
 Saw carriage:  
 Feed speed 5 - 100 m / min
 Return speed 130 m / min
 Material pusher:  
 Feed speed 25 m / min
 Return speed 80 m / min
 Weight 4300 x 4300, ca. 5800 kg
The new PS 100 is the successor of the PS9Z and sets standards in the professional middle class for horizontal panel saws.

By default the PS 100 will be offered with a cutting length from 3200 to 5800 mm. With a saw blade projection of 105 mm, therefore
it meets all your requirements. Simply - a Mayer at its best.

Strength in details:

  • Perfect cut quality due to wearfree, hardened and cylindrical guideways.
  • Heavy and sturdy machine body.
  • Easy saw blade change more...
  • High dimensional accuracy through the use of a separate measurement system and AC servo motor more...
  • Efficient output due to high travel speeds more...
  • Clamps in doublefinger execution ensure a secure hold of the panel packs more...
  • Machine controller designed for the future.
  • Integrated optimization.
  • Error diagnostic programme.
  • Real time animated graphics.
  • Online remote access via internet.
  • Increase your machine’s performance with the PowerPack II more...

Options:

  • Automatic feeding via rear-lifting table. Due to patented feeding rolls with counter support it’s also suitable for thin panels.
  • Automatic execution of trim cuts due to rotary tables.
  • Feeding via vacuum portal.
  • Integration into area storage systems.