Double-sided tenoning machine CD-2
This double-sided tenoning machine has been introduced in 2007 as a modern milling machine intended for use with wood and wood-derived materials. It has been designed for making tongues and grooves, birdsmouths and tenons on both ends of workpieces. It uses a shared bed with two bodies with drive units and fixed headstocks. One of the bodies is fixed to the bed, while the other can be repositioned depending on the length of the workpiece. The spindles are installed using ball bearings which allow for operation at high RPM. Each spindle has its own cylindrical casing, allowing it to be moved in the vertical axis using a lead screw and a worm gear. The working part of the spindle is covered with a shield which also acts as a chip extractor and additional support for the spindle. Due to the large size of workpieces, the tenoning machine is equipped with a mechanical feeder and a workpiece magazine. The machine is controlled using push-buttons installed in the control panels and in additional cabinets. The feed rate can be set with precision using a potentiometer and an electronic display located in the middle of the control panel.