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Styro Table Hot Wire Foam Cutter 550mm - 230V

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Styro Table Hot Wire Foam Cutter 550mm - 230V

For straight or circular cutting!
The Styro Table Foam Cutter is utilised for vertical and diagonal cutting of polystyrene foams (EPS, XPS) or similar materials. It is used in the building, packing industry or in the architectural model construction sector. The aluminium profile frame and the wood board working table, with scales and angle marks, makes this cutter easy to use and easy to move due to the weight of the construction. 


Supplied with one wire as standard.

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Styro Table Cutter - For Straight or Circular Cutting!

Supplied with one wire as standard. Further replacement wires can be purchased here

The Styro Table Foam Cutter is utilised for vertical and diagonal cutting of polystyrene foams (EPS, XPS) or similar materials. It is used in the building, packing industry or in the architectural model construction sector. The aluminium profile frame and the wood board working table, with scales and angle marks, makes this cutter easy to use and easy to move due to the weight of the construction. 

For cutting circles, this styrofoam cutter table has got a nose, upon which you can lay the cutting materials. The nose can be adjusted and fixed for changing the angle. Thanks to the scale and angle marks, time-consuming marking of insulating slabs will be a thing of the past!

 table cutter

 

Temperature Adjustment 

Equipped with a powerful transformer which is located under the table and has a protection fuse (standard: 5 x 20), ON-OFF switch, adjustable knob for temperature adjustment and indication lamp. 

 Transformer

The cutting temperature is continuously adjustable by means of a dial which is located on the front side of the transformer box. The transformer heats the hot wire in 1-3 seconds to approx. 500–600°C on the max. value of the dial. Normal operating temperature for polystyrene (EPS, XPS) materials is 250 – 450°C.

Foot Switch

The Styrofoam Table Cutter can be operated only with the foot switch. The foot switch allows hands-free operation; this enables the operator to hold the styrofoam plate with both hands for easy cutting and operating. 

 Foot Switch

Technical Specifications:

  • Radius of the circle cutter (max.): 250mm
  • Cutting width (max.): 500mm
  • Cutting height (max.): 550mm
  • Cutting element: Hot wire 0.7mm Ø  chrome-nickel copper-plated, tensioned over aluminium profile straps. 
  • Average Temperature: 10-step regulation of the cutting temperature up to max. 600°C
  • Mains Voltage: 230V / 160 Watt, 50 - 60Hz
  • Working Height: 830mm
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 1200 X 600 X 1400mm
  • Weight: 25Kg
Applications
The Styro Table Cutter is used in the building, packing industry or in the architectural model construction sector. The Table-top unit is used for cutting of non-plasticised foam blocks and slabs. Can be used to make straight or circular cuts!
Specifications
Radius of the circle cutter (max.): 250mm Cutting width (max.): 500mm Cutting height (max.): 550mm Cutting element: Hot wire 0.7mm Ø chrome-nickel copper-plated, tensioned over aluminium profile straps. Average Temperature: 10-step regulation of the cutting temperature up to max. 600°C Mains Voltage: 230V / 160 Watt, 50 - 60Hz Working Height: 830mm Dimensions (LxWxH): 1200 X 600 X 1400mm Weight: 25Kg
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