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Schelling develops innovative saw for cutting steel plates

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3 May 2011

A precision saw from Austria can slice through steel plates up to 10cm thick - extremely quickly and with great accuracy.

The "fs10" is a precision plate saw developed by Schelling Anlagenbau GmbH following years of research and it opens up completely new opportunities in precision steel plate cutting. The "fs10" can cut steel, stainless steel and titanium plates with thicknesses of up to 10cm with the highest precision and sawing quality. Subsequent machining is no longer necessary. All of this has been made possible through a clever sawing concept involving a sawing blade which can be raised or lowered, the "fs10" therefore represents a quantum leap in sawing technology.

Founded in Schwarzach, Vorarlberg, in 1917, the company is one of the oldest and most respected saw manufacturers. The firm produces cut-to-size saws and systems for wood materials as well as precision saws for plastics, non-ferrous metals, ferrous metals and circuit boards. Target groups include the plate and furniture industry (manufacturers of chipboard, plastic boards, plasterboard, eternit and expanded plastic slabs), the metal industry (aircraft manufacturers, machinery producers, materials traders) as well producers of plastics and circuit boards.

The Schelling Organisation is a global group with representation in Great Britain, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, the USA and Asia. The firm processes over 1,000 tonnes of steel every year; over 90% of machinery is exported.