Combined surface-thicknessing planer

Combined surface-thicknessing planer

Combined surface-thicknessing planer

Double-sided planing machines are designed for double-sided planing of wooden elements and wood materials.

Planing machines consist of two parts: a surface planer which processes the element from below, and the upper head which processes the element from above, while maintaining the required thickness. These planers are used in all wood processing companies and in smaller carpentry workshops. Each double-sided planer used is designed according to its purpose and goals.

The machine is excellent in the function of planing elements for subsequent width gluing of elements, such as a solid panel.
Machine widths can range from 400 mm to 1020 mm.

What combined surface-thicknessing planers are best suited for carpentry workshops?

If you choose a combined surface-thicknessing planer, we advise you to choose a double-sided one, i.e. one that allows both the aligning of wooden elements and planing to a specific thickness. Such machines are suitable for larger plants than smaller workshops, as they offer the possibility to process pieces of wood to a certain thickness and width and thus prepare them for gluing or further processing.

What is the working width of a combined surface-thicknessing planer?

There are, of course, several versions of combined surface-thicknessing planers on the market, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Planers with a working width of 635 millimeters are available, which is enough to process even larger pieces of wood.

Where can I get really good combined surface-thicknessing planers?

We invite you to take a look at our offer of combined surface-thicknessing planers and read more about their properties. We believe that the decision will not be easy, so here we are, happy to provide you with some more information to make your decision easier.