The GLS is the CNC-controlled machining center for the accurate cutting to length and machining of profiled bars – manually, semiautomated or fully automated.
With the Profile Machining Center GLS you can produce glazing beads, door profiles, rain protection rails, etc. of wood, aluminum, MDF or PVC very efficiently.
Operation & control
The completely in-house developed and programmed machine software is continuously adapted by us to new hardware and customer requirements. The user guidance is simple; manual operation via touchscreen or online control is very intuitive. The interface is largely language-independent. Programming skills are not required.
Reliability & long service life
With the robust design of our machines, our own manufacturing depth and the consistent use of high-quality drive components from leading manufacturers (such as Festo, Beckhoff etc.), we achieve the quality, reliability and durability that SHM Stegherr stands for in the mechanical engineering industry.
Flexible expansion levels allow for a perfect automation upgrade to fully automatic operation. This can be done with program-controlled workpiece feeds (for example horizontal infeed conveyors) and workpiece outfeed devices (for example outfeed tables or belts) as well as special custom solutions.
Perfect cutting to length. 100% tear-free.
Cutting angle adjustment
The saw unit can be adjusted pneumatically or servo controlled (available as an option) from -45 to +45 degrees.
The cuts are absolutely accurate and tear-free.
For all materials
The GLS can optimally process profiled bars of wood, aluminum, MDF or PVC.
Increased cutting angle range
The GLS in special execution can cut angles up to +/-81 degrees.
The GLS can do even more
The GLS is also excellently suited for cutting a large variety of parquet components.
Features & additional aggregates
Processing of aluminum profiles
Processing of aluminum profiles with NC Mitre Saw GLS, Dowel Driving Machine DEM, Sash Bar Press SP and Clip Fitting Machine CF
Automation & control
The machine can be upgraded to fully automatic operation with an infeed conveyor.
The design of the conveyor belts is adapted to the customer’s profiles.
The magazine has an integrated adjustment option which makes it possible to use the belts for a variety of profiles.
In the video you can see a cross conveyor in use (fully automatic operation).
A sliding carriage (NC-Stop) pushes the workpiece exactly to the programmed position.
The workpiece length detection determines the length of the infeeding workpiece to a tenth. The machine control then carries out all the necessary calculations with optionally available software modules in order to achieve optimal utilization of the bars and a perfect production process.
Optional software modules are for example:
User friendly machine control
The completely in-house developed and programmed machine software is continuously adapted by us to new hardware and customer requirements.
The user guidance is simple; manual operation via touchscreen or online control is very intuitive. The interface is largely language-independent. Programming skills are not required.
Various integrated calculations and graphic modules also make work even easier.
Labelling & engraving
The workpieces can be marked directly, in the same pass, with a laser or inkjet printer - or with difficult to print materials - also with an engraving unit.
As an inexpensive alternative, we also offer a label printer.
All variants are compatible with the machine software and tailored to your specification and requirements.