title Intelligent ripping? No problem with a WEINIG
description <b>In 1932, brothers John and Rudy took their German grandfather’s knowledge of wood as a raw material to Wisconsin. Today, the family business Lange Bros. Woodwork is one of the premier addresses for high-quality interior fittings in the USA.</b> When it comes to refined and sophisticated finishes, the Lange Bros. Woodwork team can provide the inspiration. The result is impressive reference projects throughout the country. The company has a particularly excellent reputation as a restoration specialist. With a dynamic pair of siblings at the helm, the new generation of the family is currently on a growth trajectory. The company is currently in the process of optimizing and expanding its moulding and cutting operations. This included the acquisition of a rip saw. The chosen model was a VarioRip 310 with infeed automation. Rory Lange explains why the saw had to come from WEINIG: “When we were looking for a rip saw, we were particularly concerned about reliability, quality control and simple operation. The VarioRip 310 has precisely these benefits.” He was particularly impressed by the convenient adjustment of ripped widths to meet changing requirements and the laser measuring system that helps the operator to achieve optimal wood yield with minimal waste. Another of his favorite features on the VarioRip 310 is the lineal counter, which automatically stops the machine when a preset production volume is reached. Rudy Lange: “It is exactly innovative technology like this that will allow us toembrace the future.” Photo:<br />This is what satisfaction looks like: The Lange Bros. Woodwork team