DATRON neo Dust Collection System Shown in Tutorial Video

Mar 16, 2017 | Press Release

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From Setup to Milling – the Compact DATRON neo Enables Smart Flexibility for Production

Mühltal, Germany – Available with the new DATRON neo compact milling machine, DATRON, also offers a dust collection package that efficiently removes fine dust from the machining area.

DATRON milling machines for high-speed machining feature this dust collection technology developed specifically for panel processing. This allows for virtually debris-free, as well as scratch- and chip-free surfaces due to a non-contact suction design.

DATRON neo’s height-adjustable dust collection system can be easily installed by the machine operator and, in addition to reduced debris in the machine, ensures a pleasant working atmosphere. Due to the removal of dust and the smallest chips during milling, time-consuming cleaning of the machine is obsolete. The user can achieve high-precision processing while increasing the production efficiency.

DATRON AG is committed to delivering cutting-edge German engineering like this while supporting customers through the entire workflow, including technology consulting, sales and after-sales maintenance and repair services. With DATRON neo, the company has created another product that meets the highest quality standards and provides the best solution for successful and economical production.

Further information on DATRON neo and “smart milling” can be found at www.datron-neo.com.

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