The Turbo-S finger jointing line is a Grecon-patented shaper combination for the production of horizontal and vertical finger joints that is characterised by its high capacity.
Within the line, two milling cutters connected by intermediate belts are working independently of each other. Due to its modular system, the line can be adjusted to any customer demand. Available options include quality standards such as package supervision, splinter protection and scoring saw blade, and a variety of specifications including entry lengths of 2m and more are possible.
The modular design of the system makes individual adaptations to customer’s requests possible.
An excellent tool configuration, including scoring saws from the top and bottom, hoggers and cutters (adjustable within a 1/100mm range), forms the basis of the production of precise finger joint profiles.
The scoring saws are synchronised to prevent tear out. The indirect drive of the maintenance free, Weinig-built tool spindles ensures high capacity reserves and vibration free processing of short timber pieces. This ensures precise joint quality without any chip-out from the finger base to finger point and an absolutely tight finger joint.
Minimum workpiece length
Minimum workpiece width
46m/min (vertical joint)
Specs shown are for a standard model, but Weinig offer a wide variety of options, so talk to us about customising a machine to suit you.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.