The Becker TBBA for door panel machining is an NC-controlled machine for lock and band-side door panel machining. The modular design of the machine allows it to be individually customised to exactly meet the wishes of the customer. The machining of the doors can be performed following a double-sided or consecutive process in continuous operation.
Alongside the machining of door panels, the assembly of the metal fittings is an important pillar of the Becker range of products. With TBMA door panel machining, we offer customers an individual and highly technical option for assembling bands, locks cases, floor seals and additional plates. The provision of the metal fittings can take place by means of a cartridge or a vibratory bowl according to customer wishes.
- Can be adapted to individual customer wishes thanks to the modular design
- Processing of doors with sensitive surfaces is possible for the following reasons:
- Transport is gentle on the workpieces
- No additional setup for the machine
- Permanent self-cleaning of the belt transport
- A variety of locks and bands are possible thanks to the option of individually equipping the unit frame
- Optionally expandable for additional processing; for example boring spy holes or shortening the doors
- Low wear and maintenance operation due to the robust design
- Alignment of the doors on separate roller conveyor
- Transport of the door via gear belt and top pressure unit
- Position monitoring of the door takes place via 3D measuring sensor
- Mobile unit frame is fitted with the required processing units
- Beckhoff or Siemens NC controller according to customer wishes
- The side to be processed is positioned by means of a rotary station during the organisation of strip and lock processing in assembly lines
TBBA / TBMA
- Workpiece length 1,800–3,500 mm
- Workpiece width 300-1,800 mm
- Workpiece thickness 10–100 mm
- Door weight up to 150 kg
- Output depending on requirements / processing volume
- NC control Siemens or Beckhoff
Please contact us for other options and customisations or if you have any further questions.
Figures and technical specifications are not binding. We reserve the right to make changes during the course of ongoing further development.