The tilting spindle moulder
is used for a large variety of tasks in industrial furniture production. This allows work materials to be formatted on both sides, thinned and to produce curled millings. Thereby, modern methods are primarily used. Most of the CNC-controlled woodworking machines are ideal for mass producing furniture fronts or other mouldings.
- Formatting, milling and thinning of work materials
- Used for the processing of complicated forms on workpieces
- High levels of precision and work very quickly
Quality Great offers Personalized A tilting spindle moulder
is made out of a stable base, which houses some of the main components including the engine. The workpiece table is big enough to provide a good surface for workpieces that will be processed. Vertical strokes are used to set the desired cutting depth. The milling spindle
is located centrally in the rear area. This protection is in place to prevent the operator from accidentally coming in contact with the spindle. The NC-controlled machines include a display and the required settings can be implemented via the control panel. Very modern CNC-tilting spindle moulders
look very similar to CNC-lathes. The feeder device, as well as a completely enclose workspace, are some of the defining features. Generously large windows mean that it is possible to monitor
the ongoing work process. These machines are available with one, or even many spindles. Aiding equipment like tool adjustment devices mean that workpieces can be quickly aligned for various processing tasks. These highly effective tilting spindle moulders
are often equipped with up to 4 or 5 fixed axles and most of these are electronically controlled.