LINCK Double-Shaft Circular Saw KCSU
The double-shaft circular saw lets you work coniferous wood to produce dimensionally accurate lumber with a surface almost as good as planed.
The double-shaft principle of the machine distributes the total cut height across 2 saw blades. The bottom saw shafts work in counter-rotation and the top shafts with the same rotation.
The KCSU machine has a constant distance between the saw shafts. This lets you use saw blades with the same diameter on the top and bottom saw shafts.
The heights of the saw shafts are set together automatically by servo-hydraulics according to the cut height.
Given their flexibility, KCSU units can be used for many different cutting jobs.