Multiple machines working together to boost processing capacity,
improve profit and reduce labour.

Z Line

Z Line (Tandem)

Simple and high production line. Drilling can be working simultaneously as the Sawing. The buffer zone store material between the drill and the saw.

Lots of flexibility and production. 2 lines in 1. Drilling, Sawing and Coping. After Drilling and Sawing, parts that are finished can be unloaded quickly and safely. If coping is required, the product is simply transferred to the Coping line for further processing.

Y Line

W Line

Some high-end processing centres or fabrications shops need more sawing capacity. The Y line stops the bottleneck and gives additional capacity. Utilising buffer zones the machines can work independently and constantly.

This one is for the big users in town. No shop is too big for the W line, the ultimate processing layout. Multiple combinations of drills, saws, coping robots and combined machines can be utilised in this design.

U Line

H Line

When length is limited U-turn lines allow for multiple machines to be implemented in a relatively small space.

2 lines working in parallel. Sharing loading / unloading systems is a smart way to boost productivity and lower investment. Especially convenient and more appealing nowadays with the availability of the new combined machines.

Straight Line

Straight lines are highly productive, clean and efficient. Probably the most uncomplicated way to fully automate structural steel processing.


Daito Automatic Steel Processing

Fully Automated


A single operator can harness the power of all machines in a production line with DASP. Data is shared between machines to synchronise throughput times.


By connecting machines with automated material transport systems and distributing production data instantly to all machines, overall labour requirements are minimized.


Daito's DASP accelerates ROI by keeping machines running at peak efficiency, raising your profit margins.

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