AbrasiMet® XL Pro Automatic Abrasive Cutter

AbrasiMet XL Pro

Automatic Abrasive Sectioning Machine

The AbrasiMet XL Pro automatic abrasive saw is ideal for the most demanding environments. This 18″ [407mm] cutter gives consistent and repeatable cut quality while featuring intuitive controls and the power you need to cut your largest samples. Combine with Buehler’s abrasive blades for a complete cutting solution providing optimal surface quality and low cycle time.

AbrasiMet XL Pro Benefits

Powerful for Difficult Cuts
  • 13.4hp [10kW] motor for the largest samples
  • Variable SmartCut to control sample quality even on aggressive cuts
  • Planar Cutting mode to combine Z and Y axis cutting for the largest and hardest cut pieces
Fast Setup
  • Easy to use touchscreen
  • 4 cutting types: Chop (Z cut), Y-feed (linear), Planar (sawing motion), and Manual
  • Aligning laser, bright chamber lights, and large viewing windows
  • Serial cutting for programming multiple cuts at once
  • Oversized chamber and door for the largest parts and easy placement
Reliable and Easy to Clean
  • Enclosed Motor to keep coolant and debris out
  • Filtering recirculation system to increase ease of cleaning
  • Overhead washdown to clean the walls, doors, and cutting arm

Ordering

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Part Number Voltage Request a Quote
10-2320-400 380-480VAC, 50/60Hz Request a Quote

Specifications

AbrasiMet XL Pro
Operation Automatic, Manual
Motor Power 13.4Hp [10Kw]
Main Power 380-480VAC, 3 Phase, 50/60Hz
Main Current 25amp @ 460VAC
Blade Movement Axis Horizontal, Linear, Vertical(X,Y,Z)
Blade Sizes 14in[356mm], 16in[406mm], 18in[457mm]
Blade Table Clearance 9.71in[247mm], 8.71in[221mm], 7.71in[196mm]
Cut Capacity 5in[127mm], 6in[152mm], 7in[178mm]
Blade Speed 2100rpm, 1900rpm, 1860rpm
Cut Type Chop, Y-Feed, Planar
Lighting 4 LEDs
Laser Green Laser(520nm, Class2)
Max Sample Width Up to 49in[1245m]
Machine Dimensions Width: 54in[1372mm]
Depth: 50.7in[1288mm]
Height: 75in[1905mm]
Recirculation/Filtration Tank Capacity 45gal[170L]
Safety Features Interlock Hood Switch, Emergency Stop, 2 Hand Operation for Blade
Movement(Open Door), Smart Cut™
Compliance CE Directives
Consumables and Accessories

Vising for Abrasive Saws and Cutters

Abrasive Blades for Abrasive Saws

Coolants for Sectioning Machines

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