Safety device for a safe and effective workpiece feeding on different types of traditional wood-working machines.
- Improves the safety: the operator does not have to put his hands close to the tool
- Improves the finish quality, thanks to the constant and even feed-rate
- Feed-rate can be easily selected to meet every specific working need
- Easily adjustable to suit different sizes of work piece
More than 400.000 machines manufactured, over sixty years' experience. Maggi is the only European manufacturer of power-feeding units, which are 100% Italian-made, and abiding by the highest quality standards, as a result of the "Lean" manufacturing process, also known as "Toyota System".
Main features: N.4 fixed speeds (4-8-9-18 mt/min)
N.3 wheels (diam./ thickness 80x28 mm)
Motor power: 0,24 HP / 0,18kW - 1.400 RPM
Steel-made gear cover
Universal stand with safety restraint devices, SPS System
Eco-friendly, rust-resistant powder coating
Manufactured according to EC standards
Aluminium housing and steel-made gear cover 0,24 HP motor with 3mt cable
50-Shore "Feeder Grip" rubber wheels
Universal stand: horizontal-tube length 660mm, vertical-tube length 460 mm
Package: recyclable cardboard box
Well-suited to be fixed on small spindle moulders, circular saws, combined machines as well as entry-level edge-banding machines and sanders. This model is manufactured abiding by the same standards required for the professional feeding units.
The selector, on the motor unit, allows the quick change of the feeding direction back and forth. Swapping the internal gears You obtain the 4 speeds.
50-Shore wheels made of patented "Feeder Grip" rubber, providing the longest durability and the highest grip on the workingpiece.
A power-feeder improves the safety as it feeds the workpiece close to the tool, while operator's hands are kept at a distance. Its effectiveness depends on specific design and manufacturing criteria. Maggi feeders are the only ones designed and manufactured in Italy and abiding by all EU safety norms.
For easy positioning and adjusting of the feeding unit on the machine tool. It is easy to fix, stable and strong: foot, cross-shaped piece, pipe and joint are made of cast-iron and the two columns are made of rectified steel of considerable thickness. Handles made of steel and adjusting wheels allow a quick and accurate positioning.
The 15 mm wheel suspention, with calibrated spings, allows the constand and even feeding of workpieces with different thicknesses without any additional set-up.
Equipped with safety restraint devices (SPS - System) preventing accidental unkooks, to abide by EC safety norms.
|N. of speeds back and forth||4|
|Fixed speeds||4 - 8 - 9 - 18 mt/min|
|N. of wheels||3|
|Wheel diameter and thickness||80 x 28 mm|
|Motor||0,24 HP / 0,18 KW RPM 1400|
|Wheel suspension||15 mm|
|Distance between wheels||115 mm - 85.7 mm|
|Distance between first and last wheel||200, 70 mm|
|Overall dimensions and net weight of the feeding unit||303 x 152 x 330 mm - 10.3 Kg|
|Overall dimensions and net weight of the stand||919 x 566 mm - 18 Kg|
|Package dimensions and gross weight (feeding unit)||670 x 570 x 330 mm - 36 Kg|
|Package dimensions and gross weight (stand)||Imballato assieme al trascinatore|
The special rubber covering, patented and guaranteed by Maggi: 60-year leading manufacturer, ensures the highest grip on the workingpiece.
Patented "Feeder Grip 758 " rubber wheel, 80x 28 mm diam. / 50 shore
It permits to fix the base of the universal stand sideways of the working table and to tilt the power-feeding unit quickly to free space for maintenance and/or other adjusting operations
To have the machine working in small handcraft shops having an electric system running on 220 Vlts
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