Standard Features

  • Heavy duty St 44 AI steel construction & Stress relieved frame
  • Userfriendly CNC Touchscreen control unit - D-Touch 7
  • Easy blade gap adjustment
  • Ball integrated front tables
  • Ballscrew back gauge, 1000 mm & Automatic swing-up
  • Squaring arm with scale & T-Slot & Tilting stop ( L= 1500 mm )
  • Support arms T-Slot & Tilting stop ( L=1000 mm )
  • Illumination & Shadow line
  • 1 mt flip-up finger guards
  • Automatically pressure adjusted solid holddowns
  • Top and Bottom blades with 4 sides
  • Foot pedal
  • High performance hydraulics & electronics components
  • Swing-up back gauge

Features

D-Touch 7 controller for shears  The DURMA D-Touch 7 controller can be easily programmed as a simple “go to” instruction or complex repetitive cuts at different lengths. To prevent the sheet jamming between the back gauge and the blade, the controller will also allow for automatic retraction of the back gauge during the cut.  ▪  Includes ‘Go To’ function of the back gauge ▪  Unlimited memory with USB flash memory Note (Cutting length cannot be controlled to a precise point)   

D-Touch 7 controller for shears
The DURMA D-Touch 7 controller can be easily programmed as a simple “go to” instruction or complex repetitive cuts at different lengths. To prevent the sheet jamming between the back gauge and the blade, the controller will also allow for automatic retraction of the back gauge during the cut. 
▪  Includes ‘Go To’ function of the back gauge
▪  Unlimited memory with USB flash memory
Note (Cutting length cannot be controlled to a precise point)

 

Blade Gap Adjustment  The gap between the top and bottom blade needs to be adjusted to suit the different material thicknesses.  Located on the right side of the machine is the blade gap adjustor.  From this one position both sides of the machine are adjusted together.  Markings on the adjustor clearly indicate the correct position for each 1mm of plate thickness.      

Blade Gap Adjustment
The gap between the top and bottom blade needs to be adjusted to suit the different material thicknesses.  Located on the right side of the machine is the blade gap adjustor.  From this one position both sides of the machine are adjusted together.  Markings on the adjustor clearly indicate the correct position for each 1mm of plate thickness.   

 

Finger Guard, Ball Transfer & Hold downs  The first one meter of the finger guard can be flipped out of the way for easy viewing of the work piece at the initial point of cut.  The hydraulic hold down jacks ensure the plate is held firmly along the entire length of the blade.  The hold downs are positioned closer together at the ends of the machine.  Not only does this provide better clamping at the crucial start of the cut but also makes narrow plate cutting more accurate. The front table of the machine is fitted with ball transfers to aid in position large heavy plates.    

Finger Guard, Ball Transfer & Hold downs
The first one meter of the finger guard can be flipped out of the way for easy viewing of the work piece at the initial point of cut.  The hydraulic hold down jacks ensure the plate is held firmly along the entire length of the blade.  The hold downs are positioned closer together at the ends of the machine.  Not only does this provide better clamping at the crucial start of the cut but also makes narrow plate cutting more accurate.
The front table of the machine is fitted with ball transfers to aid in position large heavy plates. 

 

X Axis Back Gauge  The standard DURMA SB series guillotine features a 1000mm back gauge running on precision ball screws.  The ENC 100 controller positions the back gauge to extreme accuracy of ± 0.1mm and with extreme high speed of 120 mm/sec.  The ENC 100 controller can automatically retract the back gauge when cutting thin strips to prevent the off-cut jamming between the blade and the back gauge.   

X Axis Back Gauge
The standard DURMA SB series guillotine features a 1000mm back gauge running on precision ball screws.  The ENC 100 controller positions the back gauge to extreme accuracy of ± 0.1mm and with extreme high speed of 120 mm/sec.  The ENC 100 controller can automatically retract the back gauge when cutting thin strips to prevent the off-cut jamming between the blade and the back gauge.