Wood-Mizer to present new woodworking equipment lines at IWF 2018
August 16, 2018 | 9:02 pm UTC
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ATLANTA - Visitors to Wood-Mizer’s booth (#6575) at IWF 2018 will be presented with new woodworking equipment alongside the company’s well-known sawmill models.
 
Wood-Mizer will showcase its new planer/moulder product range with the MP260 and MP360 4-sided planer/moulders. 
 
Offering two versatile and compact models, the Wood-Mizer MP260 and MP360 planer/moulders are engineered for professional woodworkers, carpenters, or joiners in the construction trade. Both planer/moulder models plane and profile boards on all four sides in a single pass into a variety of professionally finished products including flooring, planed boards, crown moulding, cabinet trim, paneling, door and window frames, furniture components, and more. 
Starting at $11,995 USD, the MP260 handles 10 ¼” wide x 4” high material when planing/moulding on all four sides with a 7 to 47 fpm variable feed speed. Starting at $16,995 USD, the higher production and larger capacity MP360 handles 13 ¾” wide x 6” high material when planing/moulding on all four sides with a 12 to 60 fpm variable feed speed.
 
The new planer/moulder product range builds on Wood-Mizer’s position as a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of narrow band sawmills, now offering a full range of equipment that can seamlessly convert logs into dried lumber and finally into finished wood products – all backed by Wood-Mizer’s expertise and commitment to excellent customer service.
 
In addition these systems, Wood-Mizer will display its LT15 portable sawmill, WM1000 sawmill for sawing up to 67-inch diameter logs, and the HR250 twin band horizontal resaw.  Visit the Wood-Mizer booth #6575 at IWF for more information. 
 
Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has earned the reputation as a leading wood processing equipment manufacturer with a strong legacy from its innovative sawmilling products. From forest to final form, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of equipment including narrowband portable and industrial sawmills, wideband sawmilling equipment, resaws, edgers, kilns, moulders/planers, firewood processing equipment, pallet recycling equipment, material handling equipment, bandsaw blades, and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking and forestry hobbyists and professionals all over the world.
 

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