Optimizing cross-cut saw OptiCut S 50: The most sold cutting system for optimizing cross-cut saws

OptiCut S 50 Optimierkappsäge

The OptiCut S 50 has been in our product range of optimizing cross-cut saws with positioning pusher for almost two decades and has built up a well-deserved reputation over the years as a powerful, flexible and safe cross-cut saw. Product-specific equipment options, intuitive operation and effortless maintenance make this machine suitable for practical use and thus support countless companies in optimized lengthwise cutting. The main application of this saw is still general fixed length cutting of boards, scantlings, rods, strips and many different cross-section shapes and materials. Depending on the requirements and production output, the saw is also available in different outfeed versions. These include, for example, a lateral pusher table for single outfeed of the collected strand of cut parts, as well as direct tipping of the workpieces into a material container. One-man operation is increased to a maximum by these useful options, making the saw an indispensable companion in production to optimize costs.


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The WEINIG OptiCut S 50 provides

Technical Details

Innovative mechanical engineering

Produced since 2003, this optimizing cross-cut saw is the best-selling model in its price class. The saw combines all the advantages of an automatic cross-cut saw with full optimization features with defect detection.

Above all, its compact and robust design and simple operation make it the perfect all-round machine for automated cutting.

It is capable of processing cross-sections of up to 300 x 100 mm (width x height), which makes it suitable for many different material sizes. For particularly high infeed material, the model is optionally available with a cutting height of 120 mm.

Future-oriented safety device

Safety is guaranteed by various locks and push-buttons according to the latest occupational safety standards. In addition, a unique guard keeps body parts out of the danger zone while the operator maintains an overview of the workpiece processing.

Trouble-free production

The encapsulated pusher guide is extremely durable, works reliably and precisely and is also virtually maintenance-free. The pusher is moved by a drive motor located at the front of the base machine. This results in the shortest possible belt length. At the same time, belt elongation is kept to an absolute minimum thanks to steel reinforcement.

Highest value

Minimum waste and highest quality at all times. Full optimization not only guarantees optimum utilization of the workpieces depending on their raw length, but also takes into account the defects and quality areas marked by the operator.

Options for extension

Laser photocell at pivoting pusher

Measuring and optimizing the workpiece lengths during continuous processing

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Fully automated marking of workpieces during machining

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Pressure rollers

Constant pressure on the workpiece, even during positioning.

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Pusher table in outfeed

Effective buffer solution for one-man operation

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