GRAND RAPIDS, MI– Stiles Machinery is excited to introduce new technology and new looks at this month’s AWFS Fair in Las Vegas. Among more than 25 machines the company will have on display and in operation in their 8,000 square foot booth, they will also be introducing the new HOLZMA HPP 130 panel saw, the MAKOR K-TWO automatic oscillating spray machine, the IRONWOOD S 124RK Sander and the new Altendorf F45 sliding table saws.
HOLZMA HPP 130 Panel Saw
Stiles is introducing the new HPP 130 panel saw which promises HOLZMA’s proven cut quality and precision at a remarkably affordable price. Designed for single sheet and small-batch cutting, the HPP 130 features HOLZMA’s patented central side pressure device, their proven Cadmatic control software and easy handling of panels with its front air flotation tables.
MAKOR K-TWO Automatic Oscillating Spray Machine
Stiles will be running simulated dry cycles on the new compact MAKOR K-TWO automatic sprayer in their booth at AWFS. The machine is ideal for ‘just in time’ panel processing operations. The simple-to-operate K-TWO features two oscillating arms that can hold up to four guns, a patented cleaning and recovery system with automatic set-up, and an innovative paper transport system to save on costs and down times.
IRONWOOD S 124RK Wide Belt Sander
The newly released IRONWOOD S 124 RK wide belt sander offers a 42" two head sanding solution and includes a contact roller and a combination sanding head. The sander also features a heavy 20HP motor on first head and 15HP on the second, and an automatic conveyor belt tracking for worry-free machine operation.
ALTENDORF F45 Sliding Table Saws
Stiles will unveil the all new Altendorf F45 series of sliding table saws to the US market at AWFS. The new F45 platform offers endless possibilities with new features including three different controller options, a double-tilting saw carriage and motorized crosscut fence available on any model. The all-new Altendorf F45 series will become available for the US market this coming fall.

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