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Aggregate Head Aplication for Solid wood Funiture

Upload to:07-20 2021

From the perspective of BCAM's nearly 15 years of CNC ROUTER production experience, the application of CNC WOOD ROUTER in solid wood furniture is becoming more and more important. As more customers pursue individuality and beauty, most customers are interested in CNC ROUTER MACHINE's accuracy and special-shaped processing. More and more requirements, this article will focus on the application of aggregate head in solid wood furniture.  (See Angle Head Video ) 

1. In the application of solid wood door industry, because most CNC ROUTER MACHINE can not meet the fine carving and milling of woodworking keyholes, we cooperated with HSD CHINA to develop a machine perfect aggregate head to process keyholes. His angle It is adjustable (0-90 degrees). The size of the ER32 tool holder can meet most of the key hole processing.

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2. CNC  Saw, the angle of this kind of saw can also be adjusted (0-90 degrees), it can not only cut around the woodworking materials, but also can do special-shaped cutting at various angles. What's more valuable is that he can use a saw to hollow out and engrave the surface of the wooden board to improve production efficiency.

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3. Scientific and efficient vacuum system. We have designed an efficient vacuum adsorption system. At the same time, it is equipped with a movable small adsorption block and a positioning cylinder, which can meet any form of side milling processing.

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4. Perfect CAM software and post-processing programs. Most of them did not have post-processing programs after purchasing cnc router, which resulted in complicated processing procedures, which could not achieve high automation and reduced precision. BCAM and China’s top engineers jointly developed Alphacam, UG, Solidworks software post-processing program, and the cost is not higher than 2000$ (depending on what style of aggregate head), this alone can save customers 8000$ in overall costs.

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