Levels from the Inside of Saw
The non-contact sensor activates the leveling rolls on imperfections as small as
.001 (.025 mm). This sensor is not affected by vibration in the file room,
surface roughness or even pitch on the saws. It levels saws much more accurately
than machines that use a dial indicator.
The sensor detects imperfections from the
inside of the saw. Saws are flatter where it really counts: against the guides and
on the wheels. Any variation in plate thickness due to wear or the butt weld is
leveled to the outside.
Steel Wheels Stretch and
Saws are leveled on the semi-automatic bench with Armstrongs proven super duty band
saw Leveler. Steel wheels with a special coating to protect the saw apply 2,000 lbs.
of strain to the band saw. This strain makes it possible to quickly and accurately level
even large saws or saws with extra tension. One of these 42 diameter steel wheels
drives the saw for positive saw control.There is no tendency for saws to slip, even when
the saws are wet or oily.
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Touch Screen Control
Easy to use touchscreen shows the operator just what to do and reports information about
the saw. All adjustments are made on the screen. Operators do not have to
crawl behind the machine with wrenches to make adjustments, as on European machines.
Set-ups are fast, accurate and stored in the built-in memory for instant recall.
Made in USA
Rugged North American components are designed for the larger saws used on American and
Canadian bandmills. Spare parts and service readily available through your local
independent Armstrong Stocking Distributor/Service Center.
Filers can quickly adjust
the tension and back using the conventional stretcher roll and two full sized leveling
blocks. A motor pushes the automatic leveler back out of the way while raising
the upper leveling block into working position. The change from leveling to
tensioning takes just one minute.