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Belgium | Kortrijk
Belgium | Kortrijk
Switzerland | Obersaxen-Mundaun
Machine number 0634-94-3406, planer shaft motor 5.5 kW, planing width 634 mm, jointer table with slotted table lips, table length 1230 mm, total working length 2500 mm, swivelling planing fence 920 mm, protection fence SUVAMATIC, total length thickness planer table 2300 mm, with 2 integrated feed rollers, max. opening width 245 mm, electromotive opening, digital readout of opening width
Switzerland | Fraubrunnen
Planing width thickness planer max. 510 mm, planing height 250 mm, with 4-knife Tersa shaft, motor power 5.5 kW, electric table height adjustment with digital readout, feed range 7 - 14 m/min., planing width jointer 510 mm, length jointer table 1180 mm, table length in total 2400 mm, jointer fence swivelling, length 1100 mm, with finger protection SUVAMATIC, slotted table lips, 746 operating hours acc. to readout
Germany | Egenhofen
Year of Make: 1985
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Belgium | Waregem
Germany | Rietberg
Year of Make: 1983
Germany | Rietberg
Year of Make: 1998
Description ******************************************** Planing width 520 mm Table length with finger lips 3000 mm table height adjustment via foot pedal 4-meter wave Centrofix stop tiltable revolutions of the cutter spindle 5000 U / min. Suction 150 mm Motor 380 Volt, 50 Hz 4.0 kW folding auxiliary fence Mortiser with Exenterspannvorrichtung two-jaw chuck 16 mm length 3000 mm width 1450 mm height 1050 mm weight 900 kg
Germany | Klipphausen
Year of Make: 2011
This machine, as well as the thickness planer (art. 56933), was taken into the auction last minute, although we actually hadn''t planned that. We just wanted to "grace" the rest of the auction with these attractive, easily marketable machines. We had previously offered this machine ex works at a sales price of 6.500 EUR. It comes from a joinery near Eisenach.
Belgium | Waregem
Year of Make: 2007
Italy | Gorizia
Germany | Kassel
Year of Make: 1960
Italy | Cavour
Spain | San Pedro Bercianos
Germany | Magdeburg
Germany | Wiesbaden
Year of Make: 1990
The surface planer is an electrically-operated machine used to trim wood. Planing wood surfaces are used to straighten warped and crooked timber. On TradeMachines you can find used surface planers up for auction
This process of surface planing is necessary before wood is to be processed using a thicknesser. The surface planer is a type of milling machine, which removes the material via a rotating knife. Planers typically smooth the wood to make it ready for installation, but they can also help correct any thickness issues. PANHANS 336 surface planner is one model available. It helps with planing trim, and other long boards by giving you a table to work at comfortably. Another option is the SCM F4L model, which offers an industrial machine for planing the surface of wood.
The first surface planer was made in 1914. Up to this time, there were only hand-operated planers, which required a lot of strength and time. The developed machines saved time and made the work easier, so that more material could be processed in a shorter period of time. The planers available today are similar to the old designs, but those used to be powered with steam engines rather than electrically. The size and weight of the machines are continually being reduced, while more safety features are being added.
The machine mainly consists of a support table, one more or more auxiliary stops, a cutter block with a cutting knife and an extraction system. The support table is used as the feed-in and output table. The workpiece is placed on the support table and guided along the cutter block, which is located in the middle. This part of the table is narrower than the removed component, because the wood will be pushed down by the auxiliary stop, and after the cutting knife has processed it, the workpiece will be flatter. In order to make sure that the wood on the support table doesn't hang down and remains straight, it is important that the table has a height difference. This height difference is determined by the size of material to be removed, and can be adjusted on the machine using a hand-wheel or switch.
On planers, the projection of the knife shaft over the surrounding cutter block is not allowed to be more than 1.1 mm. In order to ensure that the material doesn't slip during this process, the wood is pushed onto the table via the auxiliary stop on the machine. The workpiece is pushed towards the cutterblock either by hand, or the machine, at a speed of about 5-30 m/min. The cutting knife is located on the cutter block, which rotates and removes the uneven layer of wood workpiece, and moves the chips towards the extraction system. In order to protect against flying chips, or accidentally gripping the cutting knife, it is important to ensure that there is a cover. There are three different types of protective covers: clapper guard (attached by hinges); swing guard (swings to the side if there is a risk); and overhead guard (this most modern variation and permanently covers the cutterblock). The planed wood is then delivered over the support table. Normally, an orthogonally facing surface is processed along with another surface that is perpendicular to it, so that both surfaces are at a right angle to one another and run in a straight direction along both stops. After the wood has been planed several times, it can be further processed using a thicknesser.
These machines have a lot of advantages over conventional surface planers. For example, working with a machine is much easier. In the past, trainees used to have to learn planing by hand and memorise the movements. This, combined with experience, was the only way to ensure good results. Nowadays, workers only require a simple safety briefing and a short training of the process. After that, the work steps are all undertaken in the same way. Machines enable exact work, which means that a planed surface has a uniform strength and delivers the same quality. Work accidents with a surface planer can be prevented using the various safety features (emergency stop, cover, cut-off relay). These advantages mean that this is a machine that industry could not do without. The price of the hand-held planer and the surface planing machine cannot be compared. Used surface planing machines cost much less than new ones, and they are able to do the same work. All machines are sold at auction only after they are tested for working condition.
Buying a used surface planer for sale is the best way to save money whilst you get the best machine that suits your woodworking process. Used surface planers are easy to find if you you subscribe to Trade Machines auction post and it has a custom auction post which automatically sends you a email to your inbox whenever a used surface planer for sale is added to its marketplace and the best part is that as soon as you find your machine you can unsubscribe to the list anytime.
PANHANS, SCM, JOINERY, CMC, MARTIN, HOFMANN, ALDINGER, HOUFEK, HARIOM and CASADEI BUSELLATO are a few of the top manufacturers which produce long-life and high-quality surface planers.