The compact MAESTRO 2 cuts printed circuit boards quickly and efficient. The footprint is minimal. It is the basic model for small needs. The circuit board is manually pushed between the circular blades and cut. MAESTRO 2M cuts larger quantities without causing fatigue. The blade The lower circular part is driven by a motor. The circuit board is pushed in, grabbed by the circular blade, transported and cut. Particularly suitable if components are high density or the edge strips are thin. You can choose between three speeds.
The MAESTRO 3E cuts both small and large printed circuit boards. The tray and support surface can be adjusted continuously on the best working position. It's possible change the distance between the linear blade and the support plane so that the edge strips fall in between and eject them.
The MAESTRO 4S enables fast, efficient cutting and without stress, both small and large printed circuit boards. Main features: cutter distance is entered in the control panel and motor-controlled, up to nine programmes can be saved, the cutting length is adjusted continuously by means of limit switches, cutting power is indicated to facilitate preventive maintenance of the cutters.
The MAESTRO 6 is ideal for separating very long printed circuit boards. Separates pre-engraved printed circuit boards up to 1,500 mm length with minimum component stress. The slide drive is located immediately behind the linear blade, which greatly facilitates separation and removal of circuit boards.
The MAESTRO 5L is suitable for separating large quantities of already engraved printed circuit boards. Up to 15 printed circuit boards can be cut simultaneously adjacent. The maximum useful width is 310 mm. The distances and the number of circular blades are adapted to the circuit board. The blade shafts are stable and precise and guarantee an exact cut of circuit boards. To extend service life, the circular blades are hardened, ground and additionally coated with titanium. Printed circuit boards are manually inserted into the guide or automatically fed through a loading station or an external conveyor belt. After cutting, circuit boards are placed on integrated conveyor belts.