Fully automatic primal cutting ensures the highest productivity and yield percentages and minimizes the risk of operator errors. The individual pork carcass is visually photo-registered, and the information is sent to a computer that calculates the ideal cutting and makes sure that the carcass is positioned correctly in proportion to the circular cutters.
A red laser marking unit indicates where the cut separating the individual pieces should be laid. Once the pork carcass has been positioned correctly, the automated cutting takes place.
A fully automatic primal cutting system can handle up to 600 pork carcasses per hour, and can be adjusted ergonomically in order to fit the individual operator.