Cross cutters are designed to trim and square blocks, preparing them for a future processing on other machines.
Cross cutters on fixed table. These are fitted so that blocks can be trimmed on all sides, achieving a cut product that is accurately square.
The block is manually loaded on a standing surface with adjustable transversal rods insulated by Bakelite then positioned on retractable pneumatic aligners.
Movements are performed by a double-frame trolley which performs horizontal and vertical cutting at the same time along the entire length of the block, and by a transversal frame that lowers, performing the trimming cut.
Cross cutters on belts. These allow processing blocks continuously. Their configuration allows them to be used not only to square blocks, but also to manufacture sheets.
The block is loaded on a standing surface with belt conveyors and is aligned by pneumatic stoppers. It continues through the first horizontal cutting frame and then through the vertical cutting frame.