The TEMAC tenoning machine is ideal for small workshops where it is necessary to perform different tenons with multiple tools. It can be combined with a profiling machine or a Shaper to complete a simple work center.
TEMAC E – a heavy tenoner with full electronically controlled set-up of the spindle, cut-off saw and fence. The machine is controlled by an industrial PC that can interface to our WinCreator software.
TEMAC M – a heavy tenoner that allows the main tenoning unit to be set to 1 of 3 working heights; it has a manually operated cut-off saw and a tenoning fence with a motorised table. The machine is controlled by an industrial PC that can interface to our WinCreator software.
The base of the tenoning machine is constructed from heavy rib structured steel to obtain a solid compact machine which is rigid and highly resistant to heavy loads and stress. The cut off saw is pneumatically positioned to 1 of 4 positions. The tenoning head is driven by a 10HP motor, the 330 mm long shaft can carry 3 tools which can be set vertically in 3 positions by means of pneumatic pistons sliding on precise linear bearings with the help of a balancing pneumatic piston.
The tenoning carriage moves on linear bearings with variable speed controlled by an inverter drive. The tenoning fence can swivel up to 45°, swivel angle is displayed on the monitor. Two horizontal positioning stops are provided with mechanical readout for timbers up to 2900 mm in length.
TEMAC is controlled by a BECKOHOFF industrial PC with a 7“ touch screen running a Windows Embedded operating system. The machine can be operated in manual mode or automatically using downloaded data from an offline application such as WinCreator.
The industrial performance of the machine offers easy operation and maintenance. All units are connected to a central lubricating system.
With the TEMAC E the operator is given additional flexibility over the control of the machine with fully programmable positioning of the tenoning head, cut-off saw and tenoning fence.
Using a special sequence for tenon creation produces tear-free stormproofed sashes