CHARLOTTE - Woodworking equipment distributor J & G Machinery will exhibit boring systems, power feeders and other products in Booth #219 at the co-located Wood Pro Expo Charlotte/Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo. The show takes place March 6-8 at the Charlotte Convention Center in North Carolina.
Available from J & G, the Maggi Boring System 23 is a 23-spindle, 32mm universal drilling solution that is capable of both horizontal and vertical boring. It features pneumatic tilting of the boring unit with locking points from zero to 90 degrees, and zero- to 2.5-inch adjustable drilling depth with a patented spiral setting device. With foot-pedal actuation of the clamping system and drill cycle, the machine also features a 2HP motor, two patented quick-release clamps, a 37- by 13-inch cast-iron table, a 120-inch line boring fence with two stops, and side fences with mechanical digital readouts.
Also on display at the J & G booth, the Maggi Boring System 46 features two 23-spindle boring heads for line boring and can be used for single or double row line boring. It includes two pneumatic reference pins and has a zero to 2-1/16-inch adjustable drilling depth. With foot-pedal actuation of the clamping system and drill cycle, it features front end adjustment of the head, two 1.5 HP 2,800 RPM motors, six patented quick-release clamps, extractable support wings for long panels, and a 120-inch extension fence with four flip stops.
J & G will also feature Steff Power Feeders, available in three, four, and six roll configurations. Available in four- and eight-speed as well as in variable speed models, it features a belt "tractor' feed option, and a 0.7/1HP motor. Complete with a universal support stand, the power feeders are available as a 230v in single or three phase, as well a 440v.
More top name brands like SCM, as well as accessories, will also be on display at the J & G booth. Based in Sanford, North Carolina, J & G Machinery offers a full range of services which includes new woodworking machinery, used woodworking machinery, parts and supplies, in-house technical assistance and on-site services.
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