“Easy-Glide” - 6 year guarantee!
- High precision double-sided trunnion support system
- High load-bearing capacity and operating life
- Play-free tilt
- Unaffected by dust
- Completely maintenance free
- No lubrication required
- 6 year guarantee
The new F 700 Z: Ready for every challenge
The tilting spindle moulder from the Tyrolean machine manufacturer Felder has been a guarantee of top performance in business and industry for years. With the new models from the 700 series, Felder are not only offering a price conscious solution for all woodworking companies, but also the perfect addition to CNC supported production processes. With a solid cast iron moulding table for vibration-free stability or with the reliable 'X-Roll' sliding table for excellent slot and tenoning work – with spindle moulders from Felder you are prepared for every challenge a modern woodworker could face.
... Your decision for Felder, a risk-free decision
The Felder 700 Series spindle aggregate sets standards that are unparalleled.
The fully electrical “Power-Drive” control offers exact adjustment and repeat accuracy. The saw blade height and the angle settings can be adjusted at the turn of a knob, the fine setting adjustments are carried out to tenth of a millimetre accuracy using a push button. Red LED digits display the current position in real time on the control panel.
Your Felder spindle tilts “rearward” for operational comfort and the additional following reasons:
The fence allows tooling of a maximum diameter of 230 mm to be used. The fine adjustment can be set between -5 to +25 mm. The extraction of the chips is done via the integrated extraction connection.
Advantages of the Felder spindle quick change system:
Additional to the parallel guiding of the spindle fence the MULTI-adjustment system also enables
The large table opening allows for maximum operator safety. For large dimension tooling, as used for tenoning and panel raising, the cutterblock can be conveniently positioned below the table.
The safety bar guides are great for end-grain work (optional).
The use of a power feeder ensures that standard work when moulding can be carried out cleanly and precisely
Accurate slots and tenons are much easier with the Felder “X-Roll” sliding table. This precision guiding system will accept maximum loads without compromising the smooth and accurate stroke of the sliding table. The “X”-configuration of the roller bearings optimally distributes workpiece weight to all sides. With conventional sliding tables, ball bearings are used in the guiding system. A ball bearing system creates a singular point of contact between the bearings and the flat guiding tracks. The singular point of contact will eventually wear grooves into the tracks and as a result, sideways play will develop in the sliding table. It is physically impossible for the “X-Roll” system; with roller bearing lineal contact; to wear grooves into the guiding tracks, hence the system will always remain play-free and is backed with a 10-year factory guarantee.
The solid 1100 outrigger table for 1300 mm and 2050 mm sliding tables offers a usable area of 800 x 600 mm. With this valuable option you can easily machine large workpieces e.g. rebating a door.
Aluminium table extension with P-coupling “Single lever” clamping system: fast and simple assembly without tools
Change routing tools quickly and safely. The "Quick-Lock" clamping system allows a convenient change of cutters on the table router and reduces the risk of injury from slipping. Suitable for Ø 30 mm spindles
How to use a bandsaw and shaper for some curved woodworking jobs. See how to make part of an Adirondack chair. "Rough Cut – Woodworking" – the well-known US TV show brings perfect woodworking into the American living room every week. The stars of the show: Tom McLaughlin and his woodworking machines from Felder.
How to use a bandsaw and shaper for some curved woodworking needed in the build of a craftsman chair. See how to use a pattern cutting jig on a shaper. "Rough Cut – Woodworking" – the well-known US TV show brings perfect woodworking into the American living room every week. The stars of the show: Tom McLaughlin and his woodworking machines from Felder.