The Rover 35-L1 CNC machining center from Biesse with an electronic positioning system (EPS) table allows setup to be done on one area while the machine is working on another area, reducing setup time to almost zero. It can work with regular pods or with the Uniclamp clamping system. The unit comes standard with BiesseWorks programming software.
The FM-240 double-end tenoner from Fletcher Machine features linear ways and ballscrews for fast changeover. Available in a number of configurations, the hopper-fed machine can produce stiles and rails and has a feature that returns the part to the operator.
The ARC 301 Screw Pocket Machine from Arc Machinery is cam-driven for smooth cutting, with a pilot drill and ball end mill that produce low-angle screw pockets. The ARC 301's features a mechanical linkage that allows the pilot drill and router bit to cut at the same time, a built-in analog depth gauge that allows for changing material thickness, as well as a back fence and stop rail.
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