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BestCut BeamCut

BestCut BeamCut is a longitudinal beam and wooden cant optimization scanner. The scanner is combined with a positioning system that places the wooden beams against the sawing set with 0.1 mm accuracy for an automatic, streamlined, and optimized sawing process.


The scanner consists of 3D laser triangulation sensors and visual line scan cameras that scan the beam from 2 or more sides. We developed a deep neural AI network to detect all visual defects like core, discoloration, bark, etc. Meanwhile, we apply highly sophisticated and precise mathematical algorithms to detect the wane, geometrical shape, and size of each beam. The optimization takes into account all of these factors as well as the sawing set that is currently in production, and calculates the most beneficial position for each beam. 


The positioning system takes over to set each beam at the right position before the saw infeed that the output of the optimization result.

Possible to combine with an optimization simulator system to calculate the most advantageous sawing set for each beam size. Extend the lifetime and modernize your production line. Overall, every piece is processed, optimized, and stored for production statistics accordingly. 

Interview with our CEO and clients SIA "Krauss."

  • BestCut BeamCut inspection system allows for avoiding costly waste due

  • Beams can be inspected from two or all sides in the full length of the material.

  • The precision of the positioning and measurements is up to 0.1 mm on every dimension. 

  • The system continuously collects the necessary production data and stores them in a secure database for future reference and quality assurance.

  • It is possible to generate up to a 10% increase in yield

  • Combine BeamCut  OptiSim to streamline every step of your sawing process

  • Complete production statistics


"The Zippy Vision team consists of competent and reliable employees who probe deep into every nuance and always strive to improve their solutions and deliver the results."

Edgars Pilders,
Factory “Hapaks” Head of profiling unit

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