The impressive DMC Eurosystem – which has been upgraded in comparison to the Eurosand L – come with the choice of fitting high range sanding and thicknessing technologies on machines which require less demanding investments. The new solution is fitted with a crossways unit that can be positioned at the infeed, to pre-sand the unfinished piece, or at the outfeed for precision finishing.
The resulting machine is flexible, completely modular and can house the units required by the user. All the modularity, technology and the possibilities of the premium machines are offered, bringing highly efficient technology to a wider audience.
The Finesand orbitating pad is the innovative solution for the precision finishing of cross-grained products and composite materials. The machining unit uses a sanding pad with a large contact area, which operates on the panel with an orderly movement, thanks to the combination of two rotations that eliminate crossways scratches, rendering the abrasion homogenous across the whole sanding area.
Moreover, the combination of the action of the Finesand unit with the action of the units on the DMC System – in particular with the Planetario unit – ensures the excellent finishing results on an industrial scale.
Another new development can be found in the DMC SD 70 automatic widebelt sander, the new compact machine designed for industrial uses, with 2620mm long belts, a working width of 1350mm and larger rollers. It can be fitted with two or three machining units and allows for excellent levels of diversified finishes.
The new DMC MB 90 is a machine which features technologies usually found on machines higher up in the range. It is fitted with units that brush and chamfer copied MDF or wood doors, that can operate either when machining unfinished pieces or after the basecoat has been applied.
The DMC MB 90 uses flexible abrasive tools, that are more or less aggressive based on the machining speed and the grit. The brushes are longitudinal and are very easy to remove for replacement or maintenance. Two different tools can be fitted on the same brush and by simply changing the rotation direction, different machining operations can be achieved.
The exclusivity of finishes thanks to the carving unit
In order to compete in today’s market it is essential to provide one’s clients with products that have superior specifications enabling them to manufacture exclusive products. In the furniture sector, quality and aesthetic components require a strategic position to achieve success.
DMC has always focused on this target with a continuous research and development aimed to improve products quality for the System range of flexible sanders and it has created a series of technology innovations, unique to the industry, enabling customers to produce high quality textures and surface finishes.
Recent technologies aimed at texturing solid wood and related materials are some examples of development and research: these new technologies allow users to achieve finishes found in artisan products that will enhance the raw nature of wood by introducing surface textures such as Band Saw Cutting Effect, Worm-Hole Effect and the Carving Effect, longitudinal and transversal Waves Effect, as well as the widest variety of distressing and brushing effects.
The carving unit is the super advanced technology developed by DMC (patent pending), a multifunctional solution creating the look of a truly carved surface on solid wood, veneer and MDF, this technology can be applied to many application sectors such as parquet flooring, home furniture and internal wall manufacturing.
Creative ideas for drawing paths and trajectories that follow and overlap each other either uniformly or totally at random, are easily transferred by the user to the product to be processed thanks to the highly flexible working unit. This grants almost the same flexibility as a CNC working center but with lower price and higher productivity.
The innovative carving unit, allows the reproduction on an industrial scale of the artisan finishing effects obtained with a hand scraping tool. This highly in-demand finish emulates manual woodworking processes and provides an authentic and valuable characteristic to wooden furniture.
The system of vertical and transversal tool movements allows users to freely reproduce unlimited carving effects that differ in depth, direction and shape of the pattern grooves. Any effect can easily be achieved due to the translation system which is controlled by brushless servomotors, that guarantee fast and precise movements, and the Hydra-PC control that allows for simple and intuitive programming of the machining unit.
For the finishing of cabinet doors or MDF internal walls, the machine is programmed with synchronized movements of the various operating units which grants the reproduction of repetitive trajectories. In this way, real drawings can be realized even with the 3D effect that is much appreciated by the market.
Inside a single machine, the carving units can be paired with abrasive brushes units.
It is possible to realize configurations that, in just one step, allows the creation of 3D surfaces, followed by sanding, making the panel ready for painting, laminating, papering or veneering.
The complete modularity of the System range allows end users to freely combine machining units to achieve the most varied effects and to replace them quickly and economically to adapt the machine composition to market requirements.
The innovative range of DMC System sanders has been designed and constructed as a veritable technological container capable of housing up to 10 machining units in a single machine, resulting in an extremely advanced solution that can meet even the most complex surface effect requirements.