Key FeaturesEXTEND LIGHT MACHINERY CO., LTD. specializing in the production - a high-performance Auto Double Surface Planer. Advanced design and total quality craftsmanship make this double surface planer a valuable addition to any production facility. Double Surface Planers allow simple and affordable surfacing solutions to both cabinet furniture factories as well as Lumber and Dimensional Mills. INDUSTRIAL FEATURES & BENEFITS Rugged cast iron and plate steel fabrication provide long term dependability and low maintenance. Infeed conveyor/carpet (spiked) allow precision jointing accuracy especially on warped or twisted lumber. Computerized top cutterhead positioner is accurate ±0.001¡¨ ensuring quick and accurate setup. Cutterhead tooling technology guarantees low noise, reduced power requirements, minimal operations cost, and repetitive finish on the most difficult hardwoods. Feed speeds up to 120'/min. allow the EXTEND LIGHT double surfacer to meet high production demands. Increased horsepower series surfacers provide greater capacity for stock removal while keeping finish at optimum levels. Patented lifting column system (synchronized transmission) guarantees repetitive setup and long-term dependability. Patented universal drive transmission for feed groups and infeed carpet allows a maintenance free design vs. chain and sprocket style feed systems. Also provides a ¡¨constant¡¨ feeding environment of materials for improved and constant finish. Cutterheads are of solid steel construction, dynamically balanced and mated with precision pulleys. Cutterheads are supported by ¡¨NKS¡¨ class 7 precision ball bearings and precision housings. Chromed bed is standard on all EXTEND LIGHT double surfacers yielding optimum wear. New guards and skirts provide comprehensive operator safety.
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