Exapro is your premier marketplace for high-quality used industrial machinery. We present our selection of spindle moulding machines under the Woodworking Machines category. These machines are professionally maintained, offering an excellent blend of precision, versatility, and value.

Our spindle moulding machines excel in shaping and profiling wood with high precision, making them ideal for producing intricate mouldings, frames, and joinery components. They are essential tools for furniture manufacturing, cabinetry, and other woodworking applications requiring detailed and complex shapes.

Every spindle moulding machine goes through a stringent vetting process, ensuring quality and performance. Our machinery is cost-effective, promising significant savings compared to new equipment without compromising efficiency. Renowned brands like SCM, Weinig, and Martin are part of our selection, known for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range between €5,000 and €40,000, catering to diverse budget scales.

For detailed information or to request a quote, reach out to our dedicated team, ready to assist you with your specific needs. At Exapro, we’re all about facilitating your business growth through quality and affordability. Trust in Exapro for your woodworking machinery needs and boost your productivity today.

CASADEI MATRIX 230 spindle moulding machine

Year: 2018

Spindle Ø 40 mm
Table length 2500 mm
Max. spindle speed 6000 rpm
Engine power 5.5 kW

WEINIG PROFIMAT 26 FORTEC + EM 11 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 2005

Max. spindle speed 6000 rpm
Table width 230 mm
Table length 3000 mm
Engine power 4 kW

VERTONGEN T04 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 1992

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 2500 mm
Max. spindle speed 8000 rpm
Engine power 5.5 kW

SCM T 160 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Engine power 4 kW
Max. spindle speed 10000 rpm
Table width 1000 mm

FIMAL T160 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

T 160 C / TX 160 C Spindle moulder with tenoning side carriage.

TOP MASTER T 80+ FEEDER Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 1989

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Engine power 4.10142 kW
Max. spindle speed 8000 rpm
Table width 700 mm

SAC TS 120 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 2008

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 1750 mm
Engine power 5.5 kW
Max. spindle speed 10500 rpm
Table width 500 mm

Fimal TX160 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 2021

Spindle Ø 40 mm
Table length 1200 mm
Engine power 5.5 kW
Max. spindle speed 10000 rpm
Table width 780 mm

Griggio T210 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 2001

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 1200 mm
Engine power 4 kW
Max. spindle speed 9000 rpm
Table width 730 mm

21-16- Four side moulder GUBISCH (used)

Year: 1971

Type G617 Working width 170 mm Working height 110 mm Infeed table length 1600 mm 7 spindles B, R, T, L, R, T, B Spindle diameters 40 mm Feeding speed 30 m/min Made in Germany 1971 y. Transport dimensions 4900x1100x1500mm Weight 3100 kg

SAC TS110 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Spindle Ø 35 mm
Table length 1100 mm
Engine power 4.5 kW
Max. spindle speed 9700 rpm
Table width 900 mm

Panhans 245/20 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 2017

Panhans 245/20 Spindle Moulder Aigner Fence Double Tilting 2017

ARGEMI MOBITRANS 18 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table width 800 mm
Table length 1700 mm
Engine power 5.5 kW

ARGEMI MOBITRANS 18 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 1440 mm
Max. spindle speed 8000 rpm
Table width 900 mm

SCM T130 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 1998

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table length 1200 mm
Engine power 5.5 kW
Max. spindle speed 10000 rpm
Table width 300 mm

Martin T12 Used spindle moulding machine

Year: 2014

Spindle Ø 30 mm
Engine power 5.5 kW

ZUMBERK NT 15 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table width 900 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Engine power 4 kW

ZUMBERK C50 Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Spindle Ø 50 mm
Table width 900 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Engine power 4.47427 kW


WEINIG K6- U17N Used spindle moulding machine

Year:

Table length 2400 mm
Engine power 32 kW
Table width 200 mm


Introduction to Spindle Moulding Machines

Spindle moulding machines, also known as spindle moulders, are versatile woodworking machines used to shape and profile wood or composite materials. They are essential in workshops and manufacturing facilities for creating detailed and precise moldings, joinery, and decorative edges on furniture, cabinetry, doors, and windows. These machines are equipped with a vertically oriented spindle that can hold a variety of cutting tools, allowing for intricate and complex wood shaping tasks.

Types of Spindle Moulding Machines

  1. Fixed Spindle Moulders

    • Purpose: Designed with a fixed spindle height.
    • Applications: Suitable for standard profiling, grooving, and tenoning operations.
    • Key Features: Simple design, robust construction, and ease of use.
  2. Tilting Spindle Moulders

    • Purpose: Feature a spindle that can tilt to various angles, providing greater flexibility.
    • Applications: Ideal for complex joinery, angled profiles, and creative woodworking projects.
    • Key Features: Adjustable spindle angle, versatility, and precision.
  3. Sliding Table Spindle Moulders

    • Purpose: Equipped with a sliding table for improved handling of large workpieces.
    • Applications: Suitable for cabinet making, large panels, and intricate moldings.
    • Key Features: Sliding table, enhanced stability, and improved accuracy.
  4. CNC Spindle Moulders

    • Purpose: Controlled by computer numerical control (CNC) for automated and precise operations.
    • Applications: High-volume production, complex shapes, and custom profiles.
    • Key Features: Programmable controls, high precision, and consistency.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a spindle moulding machine, several key features and specifications should be considered to ensure it meets operational needs:

  • Spindle Speed and Power: High spindle speeds and adequate power ensure efficient cutting and smooth finishes.
  • Spindle Size and Adjustability: The size of the spindle and its ability to tilt or adjust height for various operations.
  • Table Size and Type: Large, stable tables support the workpiece and improve accuracy; sliding tables enhance versatility.
  • Cutting Tool Compatibility: Compatibility with a wide range of cutting tools and profiles for diverse applications.
  • Fence System: Precision fences that provide accurate and adjustable guidance for the workpiece.
  • Safety Features: Safety guards, emergency stops, and dust extraction systems to protect the operator and maintain a clean work environment.
  • Control System: For CNC models, advanced control systems offer programmable settings and automation for increased efficiency.

Advantages of Using Spindle Moulding Machines

Investing in high-quality spindle moulding machines offers numerous benefits:

  • Versatility: Capable of performing a wide range of tasks, including grooving, profiling, tenoning, and decorative edging.
  • Precision and Accuracy: High spindle speeds and advanced controls ensure precise cuts and high-quality finishes.
  • Efficiency: Automated and programmable models increase productivity and reduce manual labor.
  • Customization: Ability to create custom profiles and shapes for unique woodworking projects.
  • Durability and Reliability: Built to withstand heavy use and provide long-term operational capability.

Considerations When Buying a Spindle Moulding Machine

To select the right spindle moulding machine for your needs, consider the following factors:

  • Application Requirements: Determine the specific tasks and materials to choose a machine with suitable capacity and features.
  • Spindle Speed and Power: Ensure the machine has the necessary power and speed for efficient cutting and shaping.
  • Adjustability and Flexibility: Look for machines with adjustable spindles and tilting capabilities for greater versatility.
  • Table Size and Stability: Consider the size and stability of the table for handling large or complex workpieces.
  • Safety Features: Evaluate the safety features to ensure operator protection and compliance with safety standards.
  • Control System: For CNC models, assess the ease of use and programmability of the control system.
  • Budget: Balance the initial investment with long-term operational costs, including maintenance and tooling.
  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support, training programs, and maintenance services.

Popular Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture high-quality spindle moulding machines known for their reliability and performance. Here are a few notable ones:

Fixed Spindle Moulders

  • SCM Group: Renowned for robust and versatile fixed spindle moulders. Prices typically range from $3,000 to $15,000.
  • Felder Group: Offers high-quality fixed spindle moulders with advanced features. Pricing generally ranges from $4,000 to $18,000.
  • Martin Woodworking Machines: Known for durable and precise fixed spindle moulders. Prices generally fall between $5,000 and $20,000.

Tilting Spindle Moulders

  • Felder Group: Renowned for versatile tilting spindle moulders. Prices typically range from $5,000 to $22,000.
  • SCM Group: Offers advanced tilting spindle moulders with high precision. Pricing generally ranges from $6,000 to $25,000.
  • Hoffmann: Known for robust and efficient tilting spindle moulders. Prices generally fall between $7,000 and $26,000.

Sliding Table Spindle Moulders

  • Martin Woodworking Machines: Renowned for high-performance sliding table spindle moulders. Prices typically range from $10,000 to $35,000.
  • SCM Group: Offers advanced sliding table spindle moulders for large workpieces. Pricing generally ranges from $12,000 to $40,000.
  • Felder Group: Known for versatile and precise sliding table spindle moulders. Prices generally fall between $11,000 and $38,000.

CNC Spindle Moulders

  • Biesse: Renowned for high-precision CNC spindle moulders. Prices typically range from $20,000 to $80,000.
  • Homag: Offers advanced CNC spindle moulders for complex shapes. Pricing generally ranges from $25,000 to $90,000.
  • SCM Group: Known for versatile and efficient CNC spindle moulders. Prices generally fall between $22,000 and $85,000.

Conclusion

Spindle moulding machines are essential for precise and detailed wood shaping and profiling tasks in woodworking and manufacturing. With different types such as fixed spindle, tilting spindle, sliding table, and CNC spindle moulders, selecting the right machine depends on specific project needs, material types, and budget. Key factors to consider include spindle speed and power, adjustability, table size and stability, cutting tool compatibility, fence system, safety features, and control system. Leading brands like SCM Group, Felder Group, Martin Woodworking Machines, Hoffmann, Biesse, and Homag offer a range of high-quality spindle moulding machines to suit various applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating application requirements, spindle speed, adjustability, and budget, businesses can invest in the right spindle moulding machine to enhance their woodworking capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.