Roadtec's Auto Cut Makes Easy Work of Obstacles

Tue March 13, 2018 - National Edition
Roadtec


Auto cut, which comes standard on the company’s RX-600 cold planer, allows milling machine operators to easily raise the mill, walk over obstacles, walk back into the cut, and resume milling at same depth, without reprogramming or delay, according to the manufacturer.
Auto cut, which comes standard on the company’s RX-600 cold planer, allows milling machine operators to easily raise the mill, walk over obstacles, walk back into the cut, and resume milling at same depth, without reprogramming or delay, according to the manufacturer.

Roadtec debuted its auto cut technology at World of Asphalt. Auto cut comes standard on the company's RX-600 cold planer.

Auto cut allows milling machine operators to easily raise the mill, walk over obstacles, walk back into the cut, and resume milling at same depth, without reprogramming or delay, according to the manufacturer.

Auto cut is paired with ACETM, Roadtec's grade and slope sensor system, and uses averaging skis and end gate sensors.

Each leg of the machine is controlled by a different sensor, gathering four data points, which means the data is more accurate. Data is continuously updated and displayed, keeping the crew on the same page at all times.

For more information, visit www.roadtec.com.




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