robo-sawjet

The Leader in Robotic SawJet Technology

Robo SawJet was the ORIGINAL robotic based sawjet introduced to stone fabricators, and today BACA systems has more robots running in North American stone shops than all of our competitors combined. Our experience and commitment to innovation has resulted in over 350 successful installations for stone processing to date.

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Robo SawJet can immediately improve efficiency and reduce costs in your fabrication process

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Lowest Maintenance

The KUKA KR210 robot is designed to for its first maintenance to be a simple oil change at 5 years or 10,000 hours of operation. Compared with gantry sawjet solutions that need maintenance weekly, users realize far less downtime and cost to maintain their equipment

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More Productivity

The dual table Robo SawJet allows loading and unloading in one station while the robot is cutting in the opposing station. This allows the system to be cutting constantly, allowing more countertops to be processed each hour.

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Faster Speeds

Robo SawJet comes standard with high pressure coils on all six (6) axes. This allows the robot to move much faster from cut to cut. This also means that high pressure lines can be replaced much quicker than lines on gantry sawjets that are packed into cable tracks.

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Less Cutting Time

The Robo SawJet system uses a 26 HP saw motor equipped with a 16″ saw blade, giving you the power needed to cut at the highest speed possible. A variable frequency drive (VFD) is standard, giving you the control needed to cut any material with ease.

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Increased Yield

The sawjet process eliminates the need to move saw cut pieces between cuts by finishing cuts with waterjet where the cut would damage an adjacent piece. The PC based RoboCut software included with the system automatically decides where the saw cuts and waterjet cuts are needed, programming the cuts with one mouse click.

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Reduced Handling

Robo SawJet can cut faucets, arcs and sink openings, reducing the need to move pieces to secondary stations to complete these cuts. In addition, cutting these items in the sawing process reduces labor and frees up time for other activities. Cutting sinks and arcs in the sawing process can reduce time on CNC machines, reducing the bottleneck at these stations while reducing costs related to tooling wear.

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KUKA Robot

Fully sealed gears and bearings with no exposure to stone dust or garnet
Tighter tolerance than any other sawjet robot in market – used by Boeing, Spacex, for high accuracy applications
Right-sized for application – no signularity or cutting limitations unlike other robots supplied for sawjet applications
Low maintenance – 5 years/10,000 hours before an oil change is needed.

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H2O Jet Waterjet Pump

Most reliable and least expensive pump to operate – up to 50% less expensive to operate than other sawjets
H2O Jet’s high pressure components have been field-test verified to have the longest life in the industry. Designed for optimum efficiency and long life, H20 waterjet parts offer the best value in the industry
Used in highly demanding 24 hour / 7 day automotive production facilities – 8 out of 10 installations are H2O Jet pumps

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