Milling, Piling & Turning

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Milling, drilling & punching machines for woodworking

Used machinery for milling, piling and turning in woodworking at low prices on Surplex

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  1. Milling, piling and turning in industrial woodworking
  2. Areas of application for milling, piling and turning
  3. Brand names and producers of milling, piling and turning machines
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Milling, piling and turning in industrial woodworking

A well appointed, high quality machine park is essential for a woodworking firm. Woodworking machine tools can carry out milling, piling and turning separately or on a single machine. Lathes and turning machines such as chain mills, routers, tilting spindle moulders, and table shapers can be applied. High quality CNC work stations enable all these processes to be carried out on a single machine.
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  • Application mainly in manufacturing firms
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These machines are easily programmable and widely versatile. For the profile milling of bands, locks or connectors, task specialised table mills and milling machines are used individually. Piling is possible with stationary or portable machine tools. A piling machine enables the slitting and piling of wooden workpieces with one chain.

An under-floor cutter is equipped with multiple milling spindles fastened underneath a table in the centre. The cutting tool projects out of the machining table. The overhead router consists of a pivoting milling head. It is most similar in appearance to a drill press or a bench-type milling machine.
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Overhead routers enable metal fittings to be installed in the wood. Additionally, the copying of templates and patterns can be carried out with this machine tool. Specialised tasks such as slot milling can be carried out on both stationary and portable machines. The lathe or turning machine is well-suited production of rotating wood pieces such as handles or table legs. These machines are available as automated or CNC-controlled models, enabling the effective high-volume production of difficult forms.

Areas of application for milling, piling and turning

Milling, piling and turning are processes which find application in many areas of the woodworking industry. This especially concerns manufacturing firms, model carpentry, and mould-making for foundries. Every furniture-making, carpentry, or window and door manufacturer includes a correspondent machine park to carry out these tasks.
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In the production of wooden window frames, the corresponding profile is first milled. This is accomplished with either an overhead router or an under-floor cutter. Afterwards, the necessary mortise and tenons, as well as recesses for the metal fittings are milled. After this process, the individual pieces of the completed window are assembled and the glass is fastened in with the appropriate cover strips or profiles. Similar processes are carried out in the production of doors.

Brand names and producers of milling, piling and turning machines

Several producers have focused on the production of machines for milling, piling and turnings. Among the recommendable brands are: SCM, SIBO, PERFECT LASER, JINAN BODOR, JINAN PENN, BIESSE, DUBUS, CAMAM, CASOLIN, VOORWOOD, OMEC, MINIMAX, WEEKE, HOLZ-HER, MAFELL, MIDA, PROTOOL, HEMA, STEMM, COMEV, THE COOL TOOL, FULPOW, VOLK, SCHEPPACH, HOFMANN, SAC, ELU and RAPID.

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