The Spida Apollo saw with Automation is a computerized, pull-arm type saw used for cutting either wood truss components or wall panel cutting and represents the lowest-cost way to add an automated single-blade saw to your operation. Features include Spida truss cutting software, angle cutting from 10 to 160 degrees, 36 inch scarf cuts, patented variable stroke limiter for safety, solid 48″ x 72″ frame and arm design, 21 inch industrial touch screen PC with enclosure, 20 foot of MDF profiled bench top surface, 10 foot of gravity conveyor, 18″ direct-drive blade, 7.5 HP motor, plug and play wiring making installations easier and includes cowls for adding a dust extraction system.
Available options include software is available for both trusses and wall panel cutting, laser guide showing exactly the path of the blade before the blade moves, Safe Grip ™ Clamp for cutting smaller pieces, clamping table, Plate Marker template providing automated set up for marking joint locations (studs, sub-component locations, etc.) on top/bottom plates, Chop Saw Table for adding another saw for miter/compound or end cuts, prior to feeding the Spida Apollo saw, Portable Dust Extractor and spare blades.
Saw is available in 230 volt, 20A or 460 volt, 15A, 3 phase electrical. Computer requires 110 volt, 1 phase, 20A.