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MORBIDELLI Universal 3622 CNC Machining Centre
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MORBIDELLI Universal 3622 CNC Machining Centre CNC Machining Centres (Wood)
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 7,000 x 6,000 x 2,700 mm
Year of manufacture 2014
Weight approx. 5,500 kg
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Delivery terms FCA Tübach, loaded on truck
Tübach Switzerland, 9327 Tübach
30/05/2022 14:46
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12,500 €
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ESSETEAM Uniteam Sprint 300/150 CNC Machining Centre
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ESSETEAM Uniteam Sprint 300/150 CNC Machining Centre CNC Machining Centres (Wood)
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 8,000 x 2,450 x 2,700 mm
Year of manufacture 2007
Weight approx. 4,000 kg
Item available from approx. end July 2022
Delivery terms FCA Au, loaded on truck
Au Germany, 79280 Au
08/06/2022 10:12
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4,300 €
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BIESSE ROVER 13 NC PROCESSING CENTER
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BIESSE ROVER 13 NC PROCESSING CENTER CNC Machining Centres (Wood)
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 3,500 x 2,000 x 2,000 mm
Year of manufacture 1996
Weight approx. 1,200 kg
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Delivery terms FCA Garching, loaded on truck
Garching Germany, 85748 Garching
21/06/2022 12:04
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3,600 €
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TOPS Kitchen Production Line (UNITEAM REPLAY + GABBIANI + Automatic Storage)
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TOPS Kitchen Production Line (UNITEAM REPLAY + GABBIANI + Automatic Storage) Crosscut/Mitre saws
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. unknown
Year of manufacture unknown
Weight approx. 1 kg
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Delivery terms FCA, loaded on truck
region Treviso Italy, region Treviso
15/06/2022 10:13
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HOMAG CENTATEQ N-700 - BHP 200/VANTAGE 714 CNC Nesting Machine
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 32,000 x 3,000 x 2,800 mm
Year of manufacture 2019
Weight approx. 9,000 kg
Item available from at once
Delivery terms EXW Detmold, ex foundation, unpackaged
Detmold Germany, 32758 Detmold
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BIESSE Rover 15 MACHINING CENTER CNC Machining Centres (Wood)
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 3,700 x 4,300 x 2,000 mm
Year of manufacture 1998
Weight approx. 3.500 kg
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Delivery terms FCA Bedano, loaded on truck
Bedano Switzerland, 6930 Bedano
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BIESSE ROVER A SMART 1659 5-Axis CNC Machining Center
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 8,300 x 5,600 x 2,750 mm
Year of manufacture 2020
Weight approx. 5,000 kg
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Delivery terms FCA Burriana, loaded on truck
Burriana Spain, 12530 Burriana
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Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 8,000 x 2,000 x 2,000 mm
Year of manufacture 1988
Weight approx. 8,500 kg
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Delivery terms FCA Götzis, loaded on truck
Götzis Austria, 6840 Götzis
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CHEN HO 1300 CNC Machining Centre CNC Machining Centres (Wood)
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 4,900 x 4,100 x 3,400 mm
Year of manufacture unknown
Weight approx. 12,500 kg
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Delivery terms FCA Elche - Alicante, loaded on truck
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Elche - Alicante Spain, 03203 Elche - Alicante
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CNC Machining Centre (Wood) CNC Machining Centres (Wood)
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 7,000 x 2,400 x 2,500 mm
Year of manufacture unknown
Weight approx. 5,000 kg
Item available from 4th July , 2022
Delivery terms FCA Bocholt, loaded on truck
Bocholt Germany, 46395 Bocholt
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3,000 €

More and more used woodworking machinery are CNC machines. Thanks to the Computerized Numerical Control, every work step of the machine is introduced as numeric codes, which the computer transforms into control signals. Some advantages of CNC technology are its accuracy, constant production quality and high unit numbers, what also applies to used machines. At Surplex you will find the whole spectrum of used CNC machining centres, edgebanders, saws and many more. Make sure that you get your used CNC machining centre -whether horizontal or vertical- from BIESSE, MORBIDELLI, HOMAG and other leading manufacturers!

The area of “CNC woodworking machinery” encompasses all machinery featuring computerised numerical controls (CNC). Due to the extensive range of processing options, they are also called CNC wood processing centres. Since no hard-wired numerical controls have been offered since the beginning of the 1980s, the distinction between NC and CNC technology is only of historical interest and the terms are generally used synonymously.

Woodworking CNC machines are characterised by customisable programming options for movement procedures, which can be repeated and adapted as many times as needed by saving and changing the NC programmes. DIN 66025/ISO 6983 define a cross-system, manufacturer-independent interface for programming, which is supported by every woodworking CNC machine. More complex CNC machines for wood also feature additional or alternative programme interfaces, which make it easy to programme complicated movement processes.

  • Machinery with computerised numerical control
  • All movement procedures can be programmed individually
  • Can be used in all stationary tool machines
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An additional interface automatically translates the programme entered by the operator into DIN code. This alternative interface, however, operates fully independently of this standard. Workpiece programming in a CNC machine for woodworking sets the control information for the production of a workpiece in a fixed form in a data memory device. In offline programming, the programme data is created as part of work preparation and is transferred to the machine via cables or on external data storage devices. In online/workshop programme, the programme is entered directly into the CNC technology. Workpiece programmes can be created using special manufacturing programming languages, such as APT and EXAPT, based on CAD data or construction drawings. Data-exchanging formats such as IGES are available for directly adopting data from CAD systems. The source text of the workpiece programmes is transposed into ‘cutter location data’ via the CLDATA interface, which contain datasets for positioning the workpiece to be used by the NC machine. These data sets can be translated into DIN code or are interpreted by the NC machine in real-time. Graphic environments allow NC programming at a very high abstraction level in workshop programming. It is also possible to directly control NC machines using an external control computer via a DNC interface (direct numerical control).

CNC machines are an enhanced version of NC machines. The technology was devised at MIT in the early 1950s for use in production technology. It replaced the cabled, logical links of NC technology with fully customisable computers and pushed the older technology completely out of the market within around five years. While in the case of pure NC technology, the control information was read directly from a perforated strip, CNC technology only uses such external storage media for data transmission or archiving. CNC programmes are loaded onto an internal memory within the machine for execution, or are directly stored there.

Wood CNC machine in operation

What are CNC machines used for? Today, CNC technologies are included in all stationary machine tools and these form the basis of fully-automated production. The field of woodworking has also seen the introduction of CNC machining centres, which can be used to enable efficient mass production.

Extensive automation has also taken place in the field of woodworking. As a result, a large range of used CNC woodworking machines has become available for processing wood using CNC technologies. The advantages of second-hand CNC machines is that they can often be purchased at far lower price and are immediately available, in contrast to new machinery. The choice to whether to buy second-hand should depend on the intended type of CNC woodworking machine. CNC machines with extensive electronics and numerous moving parts will be more prone to needing repairs or replacements of parts. If the used CNC machine has been properly maintained and wear parts have been frequently replaced, there is no reason to be wary of purchasing second-hand.

Where to buy CNC machines

At Surplex.com you will regularly find an extensive selection of high-quality used machinery at attractive prices. If you are looking for a CNC woodworking machine, we offer a range of machines, which are mostly in a good or excellent condition. Where possible, they will have undergone a functional test prior to being sold. If the used CNC machines exhibit defects, we will indicate this in the machine description.

There is a large range of CNC woodworking machines for sale at Surplex at low prices. We advise focussing on CNC machines made by established manufacturers whose CNC technology is known for quality and reliability even when second-hand. Popular CNC technology brands include BIESSE, CMS, HEIDENHAIN, HOMAG, MORBIDELLI, SINUMERIC and WEEKE.These and other prestigious manufacturers can be frequently found on our portal. If the machine you are looking for is currently unavailable, we advise taking a look another day since our marketplace is expanded nearly every day with new deals.

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