WEINIG ProfiRip series: High-performance multi-blade rip saw for all requirements.

Width cutting plays a decisive role in solid wood processing, for rip optimizing means cost minimization. Whether producing slats or finished material, as a cutting unit for glued panels or for wood optimization, ProfiRip is the ideal solution for increased productivity with outstanding wood recovery. Excellent user-friendliness, the shortest setup times, optimal profitability. Whether as an optimizing rip saw or a pure multi-blade rip saw. The system's versatility makes it ideal for all operations – from interior fittings to the furniture industry and from solid wood panel production to the sawmill.

Greater flexibility and intelligent system solutions are the core themes for our developers today. We deliver the right concepts. Our outstanding system components allow continuous operation to the highest standard. In addition to the standard models, we can also produce customized solutions in all performance classes. It is that easy to make your ProfiRip into a high-performance system!

All machines

WEINIG ProfiRip 450

 

Optimization and multi-blade rip saws with up to 4 adjustable saw blades for optimal wood recovery.

  • Optimal cutting quality
  • Up to 4 automatically adjustable saw blades
  • Short setup times
  • Large performance range
  • Variable for a range of applications
Detail page  ProfiRip 450

WEINIG ProfiRip KR 610

 

Optimizing and multi-blade rip saws with up to 6 adjustable saw blades for optimal wood recovery.

  • Optimal cutting quality
  • Up to 6 automatically adjustable saw blades
  • Short setup times
  • Large performance range
  • Variable for a range of applications
Detail page  ProfiRip KR 610

The WEINIG ProfiRip series provides

  • High performance potential
  • Maximum stability and productivity — even with extreme loads
  • Glueable cut
  • Outstanding user-friendliness
  • SafetyPlus anti kick-back device
  • Can be optimally integrated into system solutions
  • Up to 6 movable saw blades

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