WEINIG Ultra TT 2000-4000: The low-cost line for the construction timber sector
The Ultra TT 2000/3000/4000 is mainly used to produce construction timber elements.
The individual shaper is designed to a package width of 600 mm, a package height (lamella width) of 280 mm and a package length of 300 - 2,000 (3,000 or 4,000) mm. Shaping and glue application on the second side is carried out after a turn of 180° on an automatic, traveling servo-turntable. Almost all types of glue can be used.
The pressing process is carried out as an endless length with an extrusion press or as a fixed length using various front-end presses (6/7.2/9.3/12/16/18 m). The average capacity is around two packages/min.
Different requirements - different prices
The price of a WEINIG machine is just as individual as your requirements are. Therefore, let us discuss briefly what is most important to you – you will then receive our preliminary, non-binding quote.
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WEINIG construction timber lines offer you
- Vertical and horizontal jointing is possible
- Long wood entry length such as 2 m, 3 m, 4 m or even 6 m
- Shaper heights (timber width) up to 300 mm
- Almost all glue types possible
- Front-end, extrusion, cycle or through-feed presses possible
- Vibration stop, package adjustment monitoring and splinter protection
- Semiautomatic electrical adjustment
WEINIG Ultra TT 2000-4000 offers you
- Servo-driven automatic turntable
- Maximum wood entry length of 2 m, 3 m or even 4 m
- Shaper heights (timber width) up to 280 mm
- Shaper body is very heavy design
- Double tensioning station on the shaping unit
- Vertical and even horizontal profile possible
- One-sided or even double-sided glue application using individual shaper
- Up to 50 kW shaper spindle drive for maximum speed
- Shortest wood entry length is 300 mm
- Semiautomatic and fully automatic system
Vertical finger joint
The vertical profile is mainly applied in constructive woodworking, but is also used for building windows and frames. It is has the largest glue surface and is therefore the most stable of all finger joints.
Horizontal finger joint
Horizontal finger joints are mainly used in furniture construction. The shoulder profiles provide, for example, table plates that look like parquet where only the straight butt joints are visible.
Simple, fast and sustainable: more details in a downloadable PDF document.Constructive timber construction products Ultra TT 2000-3000 (PDF, 2 MB)