New double-end tenoner from SCM

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SCM introduces a new double-end tenoner for the processing of cabinet doors, drawer fronts, solid wood and MDF tables, able to combine flexibility and productivity in the smallest possible space, according to the company.

“Celaschi CP makes it possible to meet the increasing demand of diversified and customized products,” the company said in a statement. “The compact design of the new double-end tenoner is designed to reduce as much as possible the time of emptying the machine to maximize productivity even in presence of small batches.

“Celaschi CP has different modular configurations, ranging from two to eight operating units per side, to meet any machining need.”

For more, visit www.scmgroup.com.

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