The Kombo T model is the heaviest type of Elitron cutting plotter, specially designed for heavy-duty industrial tasks. Materials up to 120 mm high can be cut on the Kombo T cutting plotter, thick rubber or even hardened carbon can be cut. This cutting table is designed for the highest demands and continuous operation in industry. Together with a wide variety of cutting and processing units from the modular system, the easy-to-use software, the visualization using a beamer on the cutting surface, very high speeds and the strong multi-zone vacuum environment, you have a professional cutting plotter not only for samples or small series. At today’s speeds, a cutting plotter is increasingly becoming an all-rounder, even for larger series with connection options to Industry 4.0.
The complete range of Kombo T cutting tables, both with fixed table and with conveyor belt, designed for the precision processing of different technical materials, from the softest foam to the hardest reinforced graphite. Quickly respond to customers’ requests from the aeronautics, upholstery, protective packaging, industrial rubber and gaskets sectors, and much more using the most appropriate tool thanks to the multi-tool carriage. High-tech precision cutting tables, milling and cutting units with independent axes, automatic tool change, possibility of processing different materials in the same working session.
KOMBO T is able to cut a wide range of materials, finishing each shape with extreme precision. Aramid, foam up to 120 mm thick for protective packaging, asbestos-free, bakelite, composites, copper, fiberglass, hard and foamed rubber, MDF, PVC, PTFE, PE, Polycarbonate, Polyethylene foam, stainless steel graphite for gaskets.
The Kombo T range is 100% designed and Made in Italy, using the most advanced Elitron technology.
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