- Woodworking machine
A Woodworking machine is a
machinethat is intended to process wood. These machines are usually powered by electric motors and are used extensively in woodworking. Sometimes grinding machines (for grinding woodworking tools) are also considered a part of woodworking machinery.
Types of woodworking machinery
Artisanal and hobby machines
These machines are used both in small-scale commercial production of timber products and by hobbyists. Most of these machines may be used on solid timber and on composite products. Machines can be divided into the bigger stationary machines where the machine remains stationary while the material is moved over the machine, and hand-held
power tools, where the tool is moved over the material.
Hand-held power tools
* Hand-held electric plane
Sanders, including belt sander, orbital sander, random orbit sander
* Wood lathe
Radial arm saw
Spindle moulder(Wood shaper)
sanders, including stroke sanders, oscillating spindle sander, belt sander, disc sander (and combination disc-belt sander).
Tenoneror tenoning machine
Thicknesseror Thickness planer
Round pole milling machine
Round pole sanding machine
Panel Line Woodworking machines
These machines are used in large-scale
manufacturingof cabinets and other wooden or panel products.
Panel surface processing
Panel dividing equipment
Panel dividing equipment, classified by number of beam, loading system, saw carriage speed
Double end tenoner
Double end tenoner, classified by conveyor type
* Rolling chain system conveyor speed 40 to 120 m/min
* Sliding chain system conveyor speed 10 to 30 m/min
Panel edge processing equipment
Panel edge processing equipment, classified by conveyor speed
* High speed edgebander conveyor speed >= 100 m/min
* Heavy duty edgebander conveyor speed >= 24 m/min
* Light duty edgebander conveyor speed < 20 m/min (i.e. 8, 12 or 16 m/min)
Panel boring equipment
classified by number of boring heads
* Single line boring machine
* Multi line boring machine
Panel automatic packing equipment
list of production topics
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