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Vollmer has introduced the CB 200 sharpening machine for carbide-tipped bandsaw blades, which is said to be suitable for the manufacture of carbide bandsaws for the construction and metalworking industries.

Vollmer has introduced the CB 200 sharpening machine for carbide-tipped bandsaw blades, which is said to be suitable for the manufacture of carbide bandsaws for the construction and metalworking industries.

The CB 200, which was introduced at Grindtec 2012, can machine carbide bandsaws with tooth pitches up to 10mm, blade widths from 9–200mm and thicknesses from 0.5–3mm.

The CB 200 can be combined with the Vollmer CAF310 or CBF400 sharpening machines for side machining; it can also be extended with an N220 coil adjustment and N210 winding apparatus for production in unmanned operation.

Key product specifications

  • Developed to meet demand for carbide bandsaws in metal processing industries in the mid-quality sector
  • Can sharpen both straight tooth faces and diverse geometries of the tooth tops of saw teeth
  • Fitted with four CNC-controlled axes and is adjusted manually
  • Can store up to 4,000 programs, including standard tooth geometries for metal machining and multi-surface programs, simplifying operation and reducing machine set-up times
  • Uses Windows-based interface
  • Features USB ports

The Vollmer Group specialises in the processing of tools in respect of both production and services. Its product range embraces the latest sharpening and eroding machines for saw blades and tools used in the metal and wood processing industries.

The Group's headquarters in Biberach, Germany, is the design and development centre for its products. Other production sites are located in Mörlenbach, Germany, and Taicang, China.

With 700 employees in nine branches and 30-plus agencies, the company works closely with customers at local level, thus ensuring the same high standard of consulting and customer care worldwide.

Product Range

  • Machines for precision sharpening of circular saws
  • Tooling industry: high-precision and performance wire EDM and grinding centres for manufacturing cutting tools 
  • Sawmill industry: tensioning, straightening and grinding of bandsaw blades

Company history

  • 1909 — Heinrich Vollmer develops the first patentable saw blade setting and filing machines
  • 1952 — Vollmer develops first machines for carbide-tipped circular saw blades
  • 1979 — subsidiaries open in France, Brazil, UK, Italy, US and Japan
  • 1988 — Vollmer develops erosion machine for diamond-tipped saw-blade machining
  • 1998 — wire erosion machine introduced for the metalworking industry
  • 2006 — Vollmer purchases Loroch GmbH to complete product range for processing of saw blades

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