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CNC Moulder Acquisitions: Evaluating Buying Options

Created for cutting hard materials like wood, aluminum, and steel, the Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) moulder is a trimming machine that offers precision and convenience. These industrial woodworking machines use blades or knives as profiled cutters to shape wood. These machines play an important part in the success of a woodworking business; therefore, companies will understandably spend a lot of time evaluating their options before making a purchase. Picking the wrong machine will not only affect the operating cost of a business, but will also affect the quality of the wood components the company produces. Woodworking organizations must make sure they do not make the wrong decision when acquiring a CNC moulder. This post will answer a few of the common questions organizations have when shopping for a new device.

Can the CNC moulder also serve as a planer?

A planer is a device used to ensure that all pieces of wood are the same thickness. Nearly all moulders will have the ability to act as a planer, leading some to refer to the device as a moulder/planer. However, a planer cannot always act as a moulder. If an organization needs their moulder to also act as a planer, it should check with the seller of the device to be sure that it is capable of doing so.

Can I acquire a CNC router instead of a CNC moulder?

A CNC router is similar to a CNC moulder, but there are a few factors that differentiate the two devices. With the moulder, a company will get continuous speed, which means that wooden boards can be continuously fed into the machine. On the other hand, a router must be loaded and unloaded after each board is cut. A moulder head could be used on a CNC router, but the company is better off acquiring a CNC moulder.

Should a CNC moulder be purchased new or used?

The answer to this question will typically depend on the way a used machine is acquired. Some companies refurbish used machines internally, so the quality of these machines is dependable. These companies will also back up the quality of their work by providing a warranty. A company selling a device in a liquidation sale or by listing it for sale online might not offer a warranty, and will be selling a less dependable device that has not been refurbished.

One of the benefits of buying a machine new rather than used is the presence of a warranty, yet this benefit is negated if the seller offers a warranty with used machines. Combine an available warranty with the most important benefit of purchasing a used CNC moulder—the price is much lower than when purchased new—and you have an incredible deal.

Summary

The aforementioned are a few of the questions buyers might ask when seeking out industrial woodworking machines. RT Machine is one of the few CNC moulder re-sellers that refurbish machines before placing them on the market. This means buyers will acquire machines that have been maintained and will hold up longer than machines sold by companies that do not refurbish used industrial woodworking machines.

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