KASTOmiwin KASTO
KASTOmiwin 4.6 is designed for cutting steel in processing and fabricating operations.

Double-Miter Bandsaw for Cutting to Length

Semiautomatic and automatic versions, with cutting speed of 12 to 150 meters per minute

KASTO MASCHINENBAU is introducing a new range of saws, supplementing its range with a double-miter bandsaw for cut-to-length and miter cuts between -45 and +60 degrees. Initially available as the semiautomatic KASTOmiwin U 4.6 and the automatic KASTOmiwin A 4.6 version, it is designed particularly for cut-to-size pieces typical in steel processing and fabricating, as well as construction and machine building.

The new saw features with an electrical saw-feed drive with ball screw spindle. In the A-version, a rack-and-pinion drive provides the material feed. The single stroke of the material feed in the A-version is 3,000 mm.

The location of the vice counteracts inaccuracies in cut lengths, fixing the material at right angles to the material flow direction in all cases. The results are miter and cut-length accuracies in the ‘fine’ tolerance class.

The clamping range of the new bandsaw is up to 460 mm depending on the material profile. The smallest size that can be cut is 10 x 10 mm. With single cuts, the KASTOmiwin leaves a remnant piece of 30 mm. In automatic mode, the remnant piece length increases to 200 mm for 90° cuts.

Stepless adjustment of cutting speed from 12 to 150 meters per minute is possible. KASTO engineers have designed the saw to avoid wear resulting from sawing into the material support table. Nevertheless, the cut pieces are available immediately behind the saw blade. The height of the material support bed is 700 mm.

The space required by the new KASTOmiwin is 3,950 mm, and 5,450 mm in the version with material feed. Positioning the saw head at an angle reduces the width to 2,980 mm – ideal for container transportation.
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