A snapshot of the tilt-frame vertical saw from Marvel Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Marvel Manufacturing Company, Inc.. (Oshkosh, WI), is proud to introduce the newest model in our line of fully automatic vertical tilt-frame saws, the Marvel 800A-PC3-60.
The Marvel 800A is the largest capacity tilt-frame vertical saw on the market. It features a 31.25” x 37.5” capacity, 2 inch blade, 60° mitering in both directions and a standard 72 inch automatic bar feed. With a larger capacity and foot print than our popular 2000 series, the 800M and 800A are designed for those customers who need to cut large bundles and structural shapes.
This new model combines many of our most popular features such as our patented Easy-Load blade guides, and servo driven automatic bar feed with high speed travel for faster cycle times. Additional features include linear ways on the column travel, automatic bar feed, guide arm, and blade tension slide.
The 800A has full stroke hydraulic vises and optional hold-down clamps. The new model is equipped with the popular Marvel PC3 Programmable Control with a full color touch screen control, graphical part programming, user friendly interface and memory for up to 500 jobs and parts stored on removable media.
The 800A also comes with our Direct Force Sensing Electric Feed which combines more consistent feed force with greater control, and allows us to automatically set the blade speed, feed pressure and feed rate by material type. For those customers who need to do notching or segmenting the standard 3 degree canted column can be replaced by a straight or 90 degree design.
Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A., the Marvel 800A-PC3-60 and semi-automatic 800M will help you cut both larger and faster than ever before.
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