FUX to Display Wrapping, Bending Technology at Fensterbau
February 7, 2020
In 2020, Fensterbau Frontale industry trade fair in Nuremberg, to be held March 18-21, will be a showcase for all products of the manufacturers of construction elements. FUX Maschinenbau und Kunststofftechnik GmbH, whose equipment is used to laminate and wrap window profiles, door panels and other building elements, as well as window profile bending equipment will demonstrate at its booth (hall 3, booth 143), their technological solutions for the profile wrapping and bending market.
It will debut its new model of the 83-PLM-327, which laminates in a continuous process decorative and functional exterior and interior foil, laminate or veneer in roll materials onto various substrates, including vinyl, fiberglass, aluminum and composite window profiles.
Among the model's features are automatic adjustment of the machine bed and transport rollers, full-automatic foil positioning and guidance system and automatic pressure adjustment of the application roller.
A new feature is also a modification with the adhesive premelter for the 18kg/5gal adhesive slugs, which is normally an external piece of equipment connected to the wrapping line via a hose. It will be offered as a fully integrated part of the wrapping line. The slot nozzle consists of hard special steel and is reported to be easy to maintain. The control of the adhesive quantity, the lamination width and the nozzle position is adjusted fully automatically.
With the quick adjusting systems Quick Lock Roll, Quick Change Roll, Quick Slide Guide, and Quick Slide Drive, the set-up times are reduced, say company officials.
The Office Control System records all production relevant data—temperatures, speed, production quantity, etc.—and stores it in a database. The remote maintenance system of the machines software enables immediate technical support.
The Opti Prime System, comprised of six electronically-controlled primer pumps, are dosing accurately to the precise grammage of application. Additionally, the primer process is controlled by a CCTV camera.