Laser projection for prefabricated wooden elements

The laser systems around the ProDirector 6 have established a firm place in timber frame construction in many companies. The work on the object itself is made considerably easier, more precise and more cost-effective. Depending on the size of the workshop and the components, the laser projector is permanently mounted under the ceiling, moves on a rail system or is installed as a group in a row. The SL Laserpilot software works together with the CAD system and delivers all the necessary drawings to the ProDirector. New drawings can be imported, e.g. for the next shift, or the images can be mirrored, repositioned and projected at different heights as required.

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Laser projection in timber frame construction

Laser projection in timber frame construction

The laser line provides millimetre-accurate templates for rows of nails and screws, shows distances or recesses and guides the work for wooden studs, built-in parts and cut-outs. The 1:1 factor of the projection gives the colleagues the necessary security for fast and exact work on the component. This gives the company a clear competitive advantage, because with faster completion, lower error rates and reduced costs, better offers can be made.

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Laser projection for glue laminated beams

Laser projection for glue laminated beams

In the production of glue-laminated beams, the position of the press blocks plays just as important a role as the imaging of the shapes. Here, a network of laser projectors has proven its worth for simultaneous display. As in the production of wall elements, the projector can be used in line or movable on a rail system to align the press blocks precisely and to project the different demands on the shape and position of the shaped parts exactly.

When a rail system is used, the projector moves to precisely defined positions and projects the relevant section of the drawing – of course also on a scale of 1:1. The size of the system is therefore irrelevant. When the finished glue laminated beam is to be further processed in the CNC system, another great advantage of ProDirector 6 in conjunction with the software becomes apparent. The contour of the binder can be mapped and is moved by mouse with the software so that it fits exactly to the new position of the binder. The software transmits the data to the machine control and work can continue with minimal delay.

Laser projection for nail trusses

The 1:1 projection of the drawing from the respective work phase can also make the assembly of, for example, a roof truss much easier. Who still wants to work with templates that have to be produced separately with some effort? Every different set-up condition can be passed on in seconds by the Laserpilot programme to the ProDirector 6, which displays all positions and outlines. When working, the colleague sees the complete contour of the nail binder, the position of the nail plates and stops and can start immediately. This reduction in set-up time can amount to up to 70% reduction in working time.

This is an invaluable reduction in effort and a corresponding increase in productivity. But the Laserpilot can do even more. Frequently repeated tasks can be programmed in and allow immediate recall on the job. Sounds complicated? But it isn’t. With the introduction and training of the SL Laser experts, this procedure is quickly learned and put into daily practice.

Laser projection for nail trusses