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High precision edgebanding at an affordable price
Basic (EV4 series) edgebanders for the smaller and professional workshops. Always providing performance and quality ﬁnishing that is expected from an industrial level machine.
Competitively priced and aﬀordable even for a small joinery workshop.
Small Edgebanders for fast production
The PE series are mid level compact edgebanders with pre-milling, gluepot, ends and tilting trimming, scraping and buffing unit, to give a fast production. The functionality is the same as larger units, a great solution for workshops with limited space requiring a machine with smaller footprint. They are perfect for the smaller cabinet maker, carpenter, woodworker or for educational settings.
The most versatile edgebanders
Both series have the option for corner trimming (corner rounding) and R scraping (radius scraping). Can be equipped with most operative groups and can have spray cleaning and spray release functions as an option turning it in to a highly speciﬁed machine for any edgebanding need.
An edgebander, commonly used in furniture manufacturing and carpentry, is a woodworking tool that offers many capabilities. Primarily, its purpose is to apply a thin strip, known as an edgeband, to the exposed edges of wood-based panels such as plywood, particleboard, or MDF (medium-density fibreboard). This serves both functional and aesthetic purposes, providing a clean, finished look to the edges, while also protecting them from wear and moisture.
An edgebander can perform the following tasks:
- Edgeband application: Firstly, the edgebander applies a thin strip of material, typically made of PVC, ABS, wood veneer, or melamine, onto the exposed edges of panels. Through this process, it effectively covers the raw edges, imparting a finished appearance that matches or complements the panel’s surface.
- Trimming: Subsequently, after the edgeband is applied, the machine precisely trims off the excess material. This step ensures that the edgeband aligns perfectly with the panel surface, resulting in a seamless and flush edge.
- Edge Finishing: In addition to trimming, some edgebanders offer supplementary finishing operations. These may include edge scraping, edge sanding, or buffing to refine the edgeband further, smoothen its surface, or enhance its overall appearance.
- Corner Rounding: Furthermore, certain edgebanders provide the capability to round off the corners of the edgeband. By incorporating this feature, the machine eliminates sharp edges, making the finished piece safer and more comfortable to handle.
- Customization: Moreover, edgebanders allow for customization, accommodating various edgeband materials and designs. They can handle different thicknesses, widths, and colors of edgebands, thereby providing flexibility to meet specific design requirements.
Overall, an edgebander streamlines and automates the process of applying and finishing edgebands, saving time and effort compared to manual methods. Through its consistent and high-quality results, this indispensable tool contributes significantly to the woodworking industry.