DRILLING AND MILLING 
for fronts and other high-quality furniture parts

The processing system drills and mills high-quality furniture for different types of carcases. Rotating fronts and drawer fronts, folding and pull-out panels and fitting pieces or similar can be processed. Attaching fittings and hinges is also possible.

 

The system concepts differ depending on how the work pieces are conveyed. There are carousel, linear transfer and wedge transport drilling units.

 

We are thus able, depending on the spectrum of work pieces and performance required, to draw on a wide range of system concepts and equip them with appropriate processing assemblies.

 

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DRILLING AND MILLING 
for carcase side panels, cross sections and top rails

The drilling and processing systems, which can be used flexibly, produce carcase side panels, bases, covers or top rails in the batch size 1. They are used as individual drilling units with loading and stacking or as processing stations in carcase assembly lines. 

 

In the case of very high performance requirements, multiple processing stations can be put in place one after another as separate drilling lines. The transport of the work pieces can be either traverse or longitudinal. 

 

Our patented construction drilling assembly offers the benefit of an absolutely consistent distance between the structural holes and the outside edge of the work piece. Here, the drilling unit lines itself up with the outside edge of the work piece and guarantees high accuracy.

 

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HANDLE-STRIP PROCESSING for fronts

The processing machine is a complete system for producing various types of fronts with a diverse range of handle strips.

 

The system is primarily designed as a robot cell. Besides the front and handle strip loading, it consists of a mechanical edge-milling processing with two clamping tables, as well as a transport and distribution system. 

 

Various types of fronts (drawers, hinged doors, cover panels, glass fronts, flap and segment fronts) with already assembled fittings, such as hinges and soft-closing mechanisms can be processed.

 

Completion ultimately takes place in three handle-strip presses, which are manually loaded and in which the handle strips are directed and pressed into the fronts.