AbrasiMatic® 300 Automatic and Manual Abrasive Cutter

AbrasiMatic 300

Automatic and Manual Abrasive Sectioning Machine

The AbrasiMatic 300 automatic and manual abrasive cutter is a 12″ [305mm] benchtop cutter built for demanding workloads. This saw prioritizes flexibility in cutting and setup, allowing users to section a wide variety of sample materials, sizes and geometries. Combine with Buehler’s abrassive wheels for a complete sectioning solution providing optimal sample surface quality and reduced processing time.

AbrasiMatic 300 benefits

Cutting Options
  • Automatic Y-feed cutting
  • Manual Z (chop) cutting
  • Optional manual X serial cutting
  • Pulse cutting
Fast and Intuitive
  • Low effort Z axis lever
  • Easy to control X and Y axes handles for manual cutting
  • Easy to use touchscreen
  • Hood lifts up and back to open the chamber for setup
  • Catch basket for easy part retrieval
  • Easy to move lights and coolant nozzles
Reliable
  • Tried and tested machine with over 10 years on the market
  • Filtering recirculation system to provide clean coolant intake

Ordering

AbrasiMatic 300
Y and Z axis cutting only
Part Number Voltage Request a Quote
10-2190-260 200-240VAC, 60Hz Request a Quote
10-2190-460 440-480VAC, 60Hz Request a Quote
10-2190-250 200-240VAC, 50Hz Request a Quote
10-2190-400 380-400VAC, 50Hz Request a Quote
Additional X Axis cutting
10-2193-260 200-240VAC, 60Hz Request a Quote
10-2193-460 440-480VAC, 60Hz Request a Quote
10-2193-250 200-240VAC, 50Hz Request a Quote
10-2193-400 380-400VAC, 50Hz Request a Quote

Specifications

AbrasiMatic 300
Voltage/Frequency/Phase 230VAC, 60Hz; 460VAC, 60Hz; 220VAC, 50Hz; 380VAC, 50Hz / 3 phase
Power Consumption 4.0kW
Maximum Current 15.7amps @ 220/230VAC; 7.9amps @ 460VAC; 9.1amps @ 380VAC
Motor Power 5Hp [3.7kW]
Lighting Two LED Goosenecks
Recirculation Tank Capacity 22gal [83ℓ]
Hose Fitting Sizes Intake: 1in [25mm]; Discharge: 2in [50mm]
Sound Rating 78dBA – no load
Fume Extractor Size 3in [75mm] cut-out diameter
Control Panel 7in [175mm] diagonal; 320×240 pixels; 256 color screen, backlight NEMA4 [IP 65] water resistant
T-slot table dimensions 14.375 W x 10in D [365 x 254mm]; 12mm wide t-slots
Travel movement Z-Axis: 5.75in [150mm]; Y-Axis: 10.25in [260mm]; X-Axis: 2.75in [70mm]
Auto Y-Axis Feed Rate 0.7-5in/min [0.3-2mm/sec]
Window Size 14 W x 12in H [355 x 300mm]
Abrasive Wheel Diameter & Arbor Maximum 12in [305mm] & 1.25in [32mm]
Wheel Speed 2600rpm @ 50/60Hz; 8200 surface ft/min [2700 surface m/min]
Maximum Cut Diameter 4.375in [110mm]
Cutting Wheel Torque 121 in/lb [14Nm]
Cutting Chamber 36 W x 22 D x 8in H [914 x 558 x 203mm]
Compliance CE
Consumables and Accessories

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Abrasive Blades for Abrasive Saws

Coolants for Sectioning Machines

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