Haffner Murat’s TT405 computerised saw has revolutionised countless fabricators’ processes thanks to its long list of valuable features. But Dave Thomas, Haffner Murat’s Managing Director, says: “It can be difficult to understand just how much the machine can bring to a business just by reading product sheets or looking at photos. It’s only when you see the machine working you can get the full picture. It’s why we’ve commissioned a video so that people can see for themselves.”
The video shows the TT405 in action, drawing viewer’s attention to key features such as the capability to cut two standard 70mm profiles in one operation, improving output and efficiency and the saw’s ability to pivot inwards, enabling point-to-point cutting of the outside of the door and windows and increasing accuracy.
The TT405 computerised saw is suitable for both PVCu and aluminium profiles. It has 450mm saw blades and a 4.2 metre cut capacity, with additional cutting length up to 7.2 metres available. It has pneumatic horizontal and vertical clamps to securely fix the profile in position and automatic guarding to protect the operator. Cutting arrow heads make transoms easier, while the PLC offers functions such as saw head pivoting, single head operation, cleat cutting facility, small cut operation and an automatic transom stop facility. The smallest cut using the automatic mode is as little as 165mm at 90 degrees and 270mm at 45 degrees, with smaller cuts available manually, making it tremendously versatile and waste is kept to a minimum thanks to the profile waste optimisation facility.
The TT405 has top quality pneumatics, bearings and computer systems to ensure a long and trouble-free life and further reassurance is available in Haffner Murat’s two year no quibble parts and labour warranty, which comes as standard.
The Haffner Murat team has always been passionate about two things: how window fabrication machinery can improve productivity and quality and reduce overheads in a business. And making sure a business invests in the right machinery to meets its needs. This new video demonstrates both passions perfectly.
The TT405 computerised saw video is available to view at www.haffnermurat.com and on YouTube.