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CNC PEDDINGHAUS BEAM COPING MACHINE,
MODEL ABCM 1000/4C

Specifications:

Max Beam Size (Width): ---------------------------------------------------------------36”
Min. Beam W/ Simultaneous Production Of Top & Bottom Copes------------------8”
Min. Beam Size Cope Done Individually-----------------------------------------------6”
Min. Beam Size Blocks – Max Length--------------------------------------------------12”
Rat Holes – Min. Dimension To Inside Of Flange-------------------------------------5/16”
Notch- Max Length----------------------------------------------------------------------12”
Total Connected Load-------------------------------------------------------------------8 KVA
Air Pressure Requirements-------------------------------------------------------------90 PSI
Air Volume Requirements--------------------------------------------------------------20CFM

The Peddinghaus ABCM 1000 structural burning system combines Roller Feed accuracy with a multi-torch thermal cutting system to provide an automated solution for structural burning and coping requirements. From typical burning processes such as flange bevels, copes, blocks, and flange thinning to challenging cuts such as haunches, castellations, and beam splitting, the ABCM 1000 delivers.

Catalogue Specifications.  Information is believed to be correct but purchaser is advised to verify information by inspection.

Equipped With
Fagor Model 8025 CNC Control
4 Oxy Fuel Torches
96” Entry & Exit Powered Conveyor

* CAN BE INSPECTED UNDER POWER

PRICE: AS IS, Loaded on Transport.................................................... $69,500

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