Chrome carbide knives
Developed by Ceratizit Group in Europe,
Grasche USA’s chrome submicron carbide
knives are a grade of corrosion- and
impact-resistant inserts. KCRO8 offers
production gains for high automation
planing, routing, profiling and more while
offering up to two times more cutting life
than traditional tungsten carbide according to the company.
IWF Booth Number #4428
The Diehl Challoner Model 900S double
end tenoner has a compact frame and
offers a minimum trim length of 5 1/4 in.
and a maximum of 96 inches. Available
in both new and re-manufactured frames,
it is ideal for square trim, tenon and cope
operations. It features a programmable
color touch screen that allows the operator to program accurate length changes.
IWF Booth Number #4761
Cookie tray pullouts
Century Component’s cookie tray pull-out
is made from solid maple and features
a sloped design for the divider rails. An
angled design on the top rails provides
access to shorter trays while the tray features Blum soft-close undermount slides.
IWF Booth Number #1033
Manufactured for the flooring industry,
the PUR Continuous Roll Feed press
is a fast and economical method for
laminating the top wear layer onto a
plywood substrate. The system can be
manufactured with an automatic in-feed
system. Also available with optional cut
off saw .
WOODWORKING INNOVATIONS: VERSATILITY. EFFICIENCY. PRODUCTIVITY.
The DRS 300 Wood Defect Repair
System repairs defects in seconds. The
hot melt solution is pressed into defects
using high pressure. The solution conforms and seals perfectly to the shape of
the defect. It can be manually operated
or fully automated.
Thin-Cutting Frame Saws from Ogden
cut thin veneer slats from solid wood
blocks with minimal waste from saw
kerf. Multiple saw blades as thin as
.036” produce a smooth finish ideal for
gluing. Applications include flooring,
windows, doors, and furniture.
Ogden Group • 1320 Industrial Drive • Matthews, NC 28105 USA
Tel 704-845-2785 • Fax 704-845-1023 • e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
See us at IWF Booth #5547