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New prefab technology for timber frame houses in Ostrava


Last month a new machine installation in the Czech company GANSA Buildings was successfully completed. From the very first days of use, the company's employees were convinced of the benefits of the new technology. The Crossline 500 automatic optimising saw with a milling unit is used to prepare precise parts from KVH structural timber. The parts with prepared grooves are quickly and accurately assembled on the new Wing butterfly assembly table. During the three-day installation of the entire system, the import of BTL data between Dietrich’s design program and the Crossline 500 machine was also established and tested.

 

Optimization saw as a heart of production

The Crossline 500 optimization saw with straight cutting appears to be the most advantageous for panel production. If the production also includes the production of trusses, it makes sense to use the saw Crossline 650 for angled cutting. There are two options: A simpler solution with a classic pusher for the material length of up to 9 meters, or an optional gripping loader that allows the length of timber is not limited and 13 meters long KVH structural timber can be used.
 

Assembly technology for production efficiency

The composition of the prefabrication line depends on many factors. The main parameter that determines the line is the size of the panels, their structure, and most importantly, their quantity. The readily available solution with Wing butterfly tables and Framer assembling tables replaces crane handling. Such a combination offers solutions for various capacities and allows the technology to be expanded as productions grow.

You can find a comprehensive offer of equipment for the prefabrication of wooden buildings here.

 

The tilting Wing table

Crossline 500 milling unit