Woodworking Tools and Woodworking Machinery Article Archives

Unique 250 adds power, versatility

Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 27 October 2009 18:30

Unique Machine & Tool Company recently updated its model 250 door machine. Launched in 1980, the machine was initially developed to make raised panel doors quickly and efficiently. The new ideas stem from customer feedback, in which customers indicated they wanted to use the machine for even more than what they are already doing, says the company.



Site links digital with fabrication choices

Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 27 October 2009 17:53

ShopBot and Ponoko have combined on joint venture to bring together small shops with local CNC machinery operators



Williams & Hussey listens to its customers

Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 27 October 2009 17:52

22_williams_01_thWilliams & Hussey introduced its new molder, model 209, at the AWFS fair in July. The 209 is lighter and more compact than the company's other molders, and operates on single-phase power. The 209 performs the same applications as the Williams & Hussey models 154 and 206, such as producing straight, radius and elliptical molding.



Wynmatic Mini-Coper offers production value

Tuesday, 27 October 2009 17:50

21_wynmatic_01Wynmatic has developed a smaller version of its Cope-Avator, which clamps a workpiece to produce coped rails for door construction. The new product, the Mini-Coper, has the capability of handling work pieces up to 7" wide and 1-1/4" thick.



Makita 10" miter saw includes four rails

Tuesday, 22 September 2009 18:51

20_makita_01Company says the product has the crown-cutting capacity of a 12" saw and provides accurate cuts for heavy use



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