In 1948 PAUL introduced the first double sided edger. The use of a welded steel frame construction as the foundation of our machines was a key element of our success. More than 8 000 machines of edger model KME have been delivered worldwide.
The range of machinery has been expanded and extended over the years and today PAUL is able to offer machinery and systems for both ripping and cross-cutting of solid wood and panels.
The long-established company Stößer based in Bühl-Vimbuch near Baden-Baden (BW) used to work with a relatively small, manually loaded resaw. This old resaw that was supplied with material from an existing frame saw was...Read more
A major focus at the expo will be a rip and cross-cut system for the production of thick veneers, comprising a K34GV/800 ripsaw and a RAPID cross-cut system. Both machines are supplied with optimization data from a...Read more
PAUL Maschinenfabrik of Dürmentingen recently developed a fully automated system for ripping and cross-cutting chipboard panels into scantlings. These are used as spacers for the internal and external transport of...Read more
Glued laminated timber made of spruce and larch (formerly also often called glued timber or glued beams) consists of at least three board layers which are glued together in the same fiber direction. Glued laminated...Read more