Wide belt sanders Semac has been supplied to the market by Quoc Duy for nearly 20 years. With stable prices and continuous improvement, to meet the needs of modern product production with high productivity.
Introduction of wide belt sanders semac
Features of wide belt sanders semac
- Designed with an easy-to-use interface, sturdy body, and good noise cancellation.
- Because it is an automatic sanding machine, the products created are always uniform in quality and aesthetics.
- With a combination of 3 sanding axes, the machine also creates high smoothness for the product, fully meeting all the most demanding needs in terms of quality and aesthetics from customers.
- Improved with touch interface and simple workpiece thickness setting.
- Siemens inverter helps adjust speed and control easily.
- Sand smooth, flatten the surface of most types of workpieces, chipboards, MFC, MDF,…
Specifications of wide belt sanders semac
Max. Working width
Min. Working length
2 – 110 mm
Dimension of abrasive belt
1330 x 2200 mm
5 – 30 m/min
Lift table motor
Rush roller motor
Exhaust volume requirement
2020 x 2770 x 2110 mm
VIDEO OF OPERATION OF 1300MM 3-AXIS WIDE BELT SANDERS SEMAC
Latest wide belt sanders semac price
Quoc Duy has been proud to be a reputable supplier of woodworking machine in the market for nearly 20 years. We always advise and provide solutions to the right needs, at the right time for all customers. Furthermore, when purchasing at Quoc Duy, you will receive an extremely attractive after-sales service.
- 12-month warranty period.
- Installation support – operating instructions from A – Z.
- Maintenance – quick maintenance from a highly specialized technical team.
- Have a stock of replacement parts when machinery is damaged or worn out.
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