Woodworking Tools and Woodworking Machinery Article Archives

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



Rikon rolls out range of new machines

Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 22 September 2009 18:48

19_rikonrolls_01A new planer was exhibited at this year's AWFS fair and a belt-disk sander and planer / jointer have been relaunched



CarveWright adds enhanced 3-D function

Tuesday, 22 September 2009 18:37

17_carvewright_01LHR Technologies, manufacturer of the CarveWright system, also known as the CompuCarve woodworking system under the Craftsman brand name, has released its new STL Importer software that allows 3-D models to be imported and digitally sliced into patterns that can be carved on both machines.



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