Biesse Rover K CNC Machining Center
The Biesse Rover K CNC Machining Center is designed for craftsmen who need to automate their production process as well as the small to medium production ships that specialize in custom-made products. The Rover K is the perfect solution for manufacturing solid wood and particleboard. The Rover K is available in two sizes and equipped with 3 or 4 independent and interpolation axes and can be fitted with aggregates capable of handling any type of machining operation.
Rover BG CNC Machining Center
Biesse Rover A CNC Machining Center
The powerful yet compact PC-driven Biesse Rover A machining center is engineered for extraordinary flexibility, meeting a range of production requirements with 3200-ipm axis speeds and blazing fast acceleration/deceleration. This machine is available with in a 4′ x 10′ up to 5′ x 20′ work table, a variety of working units and configurations, including a powerful 5 Axis model!
Biesse Rover C CNC Machining Center
Extremely fast, powerful and precise, the PC-driven Biesse’s Rover C CNC Machining Center represents the top of the line, consistently exceeding expectations in the furniture, plastics and non-ferrous materials industries. With 4,000-ipm axis speeds, it is the fastest machining center in its category, capable of high performance in even the most demanding environments. A wide range of configurations is available to meet any production requirement.
Biesse Uniline CNC Machining Center
Uniwin Multicenter CNC Machining Center
The Biesse Uniwin multicenter is designed specifically for the production of standard and custom doors and windows.
Uniwin combines the technology of machining centers, angular plants and integrated systems while reducing piece handling time, machining time, overall dimensions and power consumption. What makes this kind of efficiency possible is the machine’s robotized work table. Immediate setup is performed according to the shape and dimensions of the pieces to be processed. These are moved toward fixed tools, while firmly locked onto the table, along a route determined by powerful numerical controls, which ensure that all operations follow the most logical sequence. A wide range of mechanical and vacuum-operated locking systems is available, granting optimum flexibility for processing pieces of all standard and irregular dimensions.