The Spindle Moulder might sound like a machine used in fairy tales to spin webs of silk or something that should be used to rid your house of mould, but it is actually one of the most useful woodworking machines out there.
Calderbrook Woodwork Machinery wants to introduce you to the spindle moulder, so below is everything you need to know:
A spindle moulder is a machine which has a vertically oriented spindle which drives cutter heads to mill certain profiles into a piece of wood. This simply means a rotating
This means unlike handheld woodworking tools you can get smoother, straighter results in a lot less time.
Spindle Moulders can make one cut rather than multiple when cutting into your pieces of wood. Not only does this improve the quality of the cuts made to the piece of wood, reducing waste and error, it also means less work for the machine operator. The machines provide extra power, capacity and continuous ability to cut each piece of wood.
Woodworking was first introduced thousands of years ago with people carving word for ornaments and gifts. The ancient Egyptians carved tombs, mummies, and statues from wood to be painted in gold.
However, it wasn’t until the 1850s that spindling machines were introduced to the woodworking industry. This was when basic machines were made to order and used to help in the process of furniture creating.
In the 1920s the wood shapers were introduced and from there, machines like the panel saws, band saws, and sanders soon followed. From there the woodwork machinery industry really took off, the machines and technology became more advanced and the possibilities endless.
Once you follow the safety instructions and mind your fingers, spindle moulders are excellent for work on a range of different products.
From kitchen units, cupboards, and draws, to photo frames, beds, and chairs, the possibilities are endless using spindle moulders. Using a spindle moulder rather than a handheld tool saves you time, effort and user errors.
Find the right spindle moulder for your business at Calderbrook Woodwork Machinery today.