Dimter Crosscut Saws & Optimizers
It's no big secret that cross-cutting optimization is one of the processes where
profits can be gained or lost. In the past, it was also one of the most difficult
areas to track data relative to actual yield and waste. Not any more!
Dimter is the division of the Weinig Group that manufactures optimizing
cross-cutting systems for all applications, including fixed length cutting, random
length cutting, defect removal and full optimization. Dimter has been building cross-cut
saws for over 25 years and has grown into the world leader in the market.The range of saws available from Dimter is the most comprehensive in the world.
From the compact and simple OptiCut S35 for small shops with varied requirements
up to the fastest cross-cut optimizer in the world, the incomparable OptiCut 450
Quantum - with acceleration 3 times faster than a Formula 1 race car and
saw cycles in the blink of an eye.
There are models designed for already profiled products and mouldings, as well as
for very wide and thick products, even beams weighing over 350 lbs each! All with
the speed and efficiency you need.
But just making the mechanical parts of a cross-cut saw is not enough. Innovation
in the control of a process like this requires electronics and software that are
matched for this purpose.
The OptiCom Direct interface is solid state genius. Developed in-house for
our machines, it has features not found elsewhere. For example: Can other companies
offer a computer program that "learns" as it runs to speed up the saw
stroke? No moving parts and standard networking protocols make it both reliable
and flexible.Dimter holds more patents for innovation than any other cross-cut saw manufacturer
in the world. The patented automatic movable waste gate opens to keep the defect
pieces off the sorting belt, and closes again to transport even very short good
pieces to the sorting line and it is all done in milliseconds!Making our products expandable for the future is also a basic design priority in
the OptiCut Series. Start with as much machine as you need now, and then
add options for the future: from board width measuring all the way up to high-speed
automated scanners and color matching.