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PCB separator MAESTRO 3E
For small and large PCBs with pre-scored groove

MAESTRO 3 LogoMAESTRO 3E separates both small and large pre-scored PCBs.

The table and the rest can be continuously adjusted to the most suitable working position.

The slit between the linear blade and the rest can be adjusted to ensure that the side strips fall through and are sorted out.

Safe Operation

The PCB is placed with its pre-scored groove onto the linear blade and the circular blade is then drawn by hand across the PCB. The clearance between the upper guide and the linear blade ist adustable to ensure that the PCB is only separated in the pre-scored groove.

Technical data Maestro 3E
Separation type Component side: circular blade
Solder side: linear blade
Operation by hand
Separation length max. 450 mm
Material FR4, Aluminum

Temperature / Humidity  Operation
Temperatur / Luftfeuchte Storage
Temperatur / Luftfeuchte Transport

  +5 - 40° C / 10 - 85 % non-condensing
  +0 - 60° C / 20 - 80 % non-condensing
 -25 - 60° C / 20 - 80 % non-condensing
Weight 22 kg
Dimensions H x W x D 455 x 350 x 700 mm
Approvals CE, FCC class A


Adjustment of the cutting blades

Dial gaugeDial gauge. With the dial gauge mounted on the carriage, the parallelism of the circular and the linear blade is tested. On request the parallelism can be adjusted. This control ensures that the PCB panels always will be clearly separated and correct.


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