Sizing and edge banding in woodworking

Sizing and edge banding machines are indispensable in the modern production of panel furniture.

These machines are used to form edges and process the panels. Furniture panels, doors, wall panels and ceiling panels can be produced with these woodworking machines in a variety of specific ways. These machines are very economic, no matter what the batch size.
Personalized Highly accurate workpiece guides guarantee a consistent optimal quality. Transfer and link-up equipment, which is required for individual machines, are not available with these combined machines. This saves both space and time. The top of the range of these machines are equipped with SPS and high quality motion control units. Machine beds with rollers and maintenance-free flat guideways are a given. The width can be adjusted quickly and smoothly. Linear guides and ball screws are used and they enable the width to be adjusted directly. The necessary top pressure is implemented through an electrically operated drive shaft.

Areas of application for sizing and edge banding processing

In 1962, the first edge banding machines came onto the market in Germany. With the introduction of chipboard in industrial furniture manufacturing, these highly effective machines became indispensable in the woodworking industry. Gluing edges, as well as post-processing, can be undertaken on these machines. The machining centres of furniture chipboard are currently being reduced. The main application of these machine tools in woodworking is the gluing of various edge materials and subsequent processing. Furniture chipboard, carpenter panels, doors and panelling can be closed both longitudinally and on the face side. This prevents the penetration of moisture onto the panels and also acts as mechanical protection.