This is a bit of an open question i'm trying to get ideas and suggestions
I'm wanting to cut 36mm and 50mm chipboard.
Looking at using a 180-250mm saw blade. Theres catshes
I have no limitation on power supply have 3 phase 415volt here.
I have no limitation on speed
Cost isnt to much of an issue.
I want to be able to cut house walls out of chipboard at the above sizes and the sheets are roughly 7ms long and 2.7m wide.
I've got the machine design worked out etc just need to work out the best way to be cutting at speed.
I'm wanting to be able to cut on 45degree andgles vertically and horisontally. As well as drill and bore some small holes that boring etc is easy.
The cutting long runs is where I'm looking for input.
What would people suggest?
As far as I can work out A saw blade will be my best bet what thickness? And style?
I've been thinking of putting a roughly 11kw spindle motor on and using that but what other limitations will I have?
Suggest your ideal solution with a budget of 50k just for spindle and tooling dont worry about anything else.