All McKeeCo Equipment

Bridgewater

Breaking Down Log Carriage - 2009

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface 
4 hydraulic sizing axis with a electric vfd feed works

Resaw/Pony Log Carriage - 2009

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface 
4 hydraulic sizing axis with a flitch rotator

Multisaw Edger - 2009

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. 
18 hydraulic axis with laser pre positioning

High Speed Docker - 2009

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. This is a Chalk Mark Docker that is capable of varying cross Sections of Timber. For more information go to our High speed Docker(link) Section

One man Bench - 2009

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface 
Spilt belt outfeed

St Helens

Resaw/Pony Log Carriage - 2007

AB MicroLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 micro. Electrical feed works control and 4 hydraulic sizing Axis

Mulitsaw Edger - 2007

AB Compact Logix with PaneView Plus HMI Interface. 9 hydraulic sizing axis

One Man Bench - 2007

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface Split outfeed belt

All McKeeCo machinery.

Log Wash/Docker - 2012

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface. High pressure water jets to wash the log and a Chainsaw to be Dock ends and to lengths.

Twin Log Edger - 2011

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. Log cutting pattern is selected using a combination of Lasers and the HMI. Has the ability to cut the log in Auto while the next log is being sized. There are 6 Hydraulic Sizing Axis and 4 Electric Cylinders controlled by AB Kinetix 300.

Multisaw Edger - 2011

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. This is both a Board and Cant Edger with 18 Hydraulic sizing Axis and 4 Electric Cylinders controlled by AB Kinetix 300.

Sorting Area - 2011

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. Timber sorting area with Queuing decks to a Chalk Mark Dimter Docker.

Residue System - 2011

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface. Chipper Infeed and Outfeed with a Blower and Bag House.

All McKeeCo equipment

Breaking Down Log Carriage - 2005

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface. Carriage involved 4 Hydraulic Sizing Axis and Electric Feedworks with the use of VSD.

Resaw/Pony Log Carriage - 2006

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface. Carriage involved 4 Hydraulic Sizing Axis and Electric Feedworks with the use of VSD.

Multisaw Edger (prototype) - 2006

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. Board Edger with 4 moving unguided Saws this machine has a total of 18 Hydraulic Sizing Axis

High Speed Docker (prototype) - 2007

AB Compact Logix with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. This is a Chalk Mark Docker that is capable of varying cross Sections of Timber. For more information go to our High speed Docker (link) Section

Splitting Saw - 2009

Remote IO off High Speed Docker PLC 
Self centering jaws through bandsaw. Sorted by cross section between 2 green chains. 

One Man Bench - 2003

AB MircoLogix 1500 with a PanelView 300 Micro interface 
McKeeCo bench split belt outfeed 

Bathurst

Debarking Line-Lakeland Machinery- 2005

AB Compact Logix Processor with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. This is a fully automated system from the infeed Log deck to the even ended log kick off.

Trimline - Acora Machinery - 2006

AB Compact Logix Processor with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. Operator is able to quickly select the docking length of each board.

Stacker - Acora Machinery - 2006

AB Compact Logix Processor with PanelView Plus HMI Interface. Stacks timber in to block pack or operator can place the sticks manually as required

Drymill - Acora Trimmer - 2010

AB Compact Logix Processor with two PanelView Plus HMI Interfaces. Planer infeed with a timber grader, the grade is remembered and printed on the timber as it leaves the planer. An Operator is then able to Dock timber as required by cleaning ends off or cut into two.

Burpengary

Waste System - 2012

 AB Micro Logix 1400 is now controlling the waste. It was originally controlled by the Sawline PLC but was removed to give the system more versatility.