2005 Comandulli Omega 100
Notes from Customer:
Tools (in order of workpiece flow):
– 1 calibrating head that will either:
o Square up the edge of the part or
o Square up the bottom edge of the part
– Lower 45 degree beveling diamond tool to remove excess material
– Upper 45 degree beveling diamond tool to remove excess material to prep for shaping
– 1 oscillating head (current a diamond tool but can be a polishing head) that creates the shape of the edge. We only use this on bullnose edges and on edges with a radius larger than 5 mm.
– 7 polishing heads that put the polish on the edge. The pressure of these can be adjusted to fine tune the edge dimensions and is typically determined at set up.
– 2 lower beveling polishing heads
– 2 upper beveling polishing heads
– 1 dripcut blade
The saved programs:
I’ve been told that hundreds of Programs can be stored on the machine to make a quick selection to change between edge types. We at Stevens only used 7 programs but may add more. These programs can control which tools are used for a specific edge type and the degree of oscillation on the 8 polishing heads.
The machine can do multiple thicknesses from 12-100 mm. Some common edge types that we create and polish here at Stevens include:
– 3 mm top and bottom
– 0.5-1.0 mm bevel on top and bottom
– 3mm top and 0.5-1.0mm bevel on bottom
– 12 mm radius on top and bottom
– Any radius top and bottom
– Sharknose – essentially a large radius that connects to a smaller one
– Half bullnose
– Flat polish
– I’m sure that there may be a few more that can be found on the Comandulli website.
History of our machine:
– We had originally purchased a brand new one from Comandulli, however it wasn’t going to be delivered until mid-September and we needed one for the summer.
– Ivano found this used one for sale so we bought it solely to help with last summer’s production until our new machine came in during the fall. (We put on roughly 200-250 hrs on it.)
– Comandulli did the install and audited the machine. A few items that needed replaced included a solenoid valve, a few vertical rollers, and a door catch.
– Previous owner had bought the machine brand new but put very few hours on it (around 600.) We knew about the solenoid valve issue in advance and took care of it.
Air: 6-8 bar at 250 L/min
Water: Consumes 180 L/min when all ports are opened
Oil: 300 L of Hydraulic fluid
Machine is available for inspection if necessary.
Machine will be sold as is / where is and implies no warranties.
Buyer responsible for tear down, freight, rigging and istallation.
Subject to prior sale.