Through-feed drilling machines
are used to create boreholes in panel-shaped wood building materials or wood substitute materials. The pattern of the holes is created depending on the necessary screws and wooden pegs. Through-feed drilling machines
are commonly used in an assembly line for the furniture manufacturing industry.
- Creates boreholes in panel-shaped wood building materials
- Commonly found in assembly lines
- Mostly used in furniture manufacturing
Quality Great offers Personalized By switching out drilling equipment and drilling heads, it is possible to change the diameter and pattern of the holes. The through-feed drilling machine
is made for drilling holes on mounting plates, drawer runners, fittings and connectors. This machine can be used to create holes for dowels, handle boards and locks. Additionally, they are suitable for the creation of base notches and nuts for back walls and the front of drawers. The flexibility of a through-feed drilling machine
is good enough for the demands of commission-based production and mass production, and is also suitable for smaller and medium sized operations. Modern and compact CNC-operated machines deliver the most accurate outcomes and need very little set-up time.
MAW NOTTMEYER Through-feed drilling machine in use