The ATOM Flashcut Dual Head Knife Cutting Systems, High Production Series, is a new dieless cutting technology combining flexibility and output. ATOM knife cutting tables have a reputation as one of the fastest machines on today’s market. However, we realize the market is always looking for a more versatile & productive system. Therefore, we designed a cutting system with two independent multi-tool cutting heads with transport cutting belt and “pinch-grab” material feeding pincers.
ATOM’s long and successful experience achieved with their CNC die cutting presses has been transferred to the design of this new system. Considerable advantages derive from this way of material handling which offers the flexibility of feeding material in roll or sheet form, in single or multiple layers, elastic or rigid with a high degree of feeding accuracy (+/-0.1mm). There are three sizes available in the High Production Series, model 1660-2H with a 1600mm work area, model 2160-2H with a 2100mm wide work area & the model 2660-2H with a 2600mm wide work area capable of processing a full leather hide.
- Double independent five-tool cutting heads
- High punching frequency (220 holes/min) with waste suction
- Powerful suction with the unique partitioned zoned vacuum system
- Continuous and multiple leather cutting
- Multi-layer cutting thanks to the pinch & grab belt feed plus pneumatic knife chucks
- Unattended roll material cutting
- Off-line leather and roll nesting system for high productivity
- Material handling : fast rack roll holder & automatic sheet loading device
- Roll feeding from the front of the machine
- Double projection system on the entire working area – for nesting & picking assistance
- Advanced safety systems (CE Regulations)
ATOM Flashcut 1660 (1600mm W x 600mm D Work Area)
ATOM Flashcut 1685 (1600mm W x 850mm D Work Area)
ATOM Flashcut 2160 (2100mm W x 600mm D Work Area)
ATOM Flashcut 2660 (2600mm W x 600mm D Work Area)
The fully automatic working cycle allows for an estimated production of 10,000 pieces per hour when cutting 10 layers of material.