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6 June 2013
Altendorf is pleased to carry a range of european edgebanders. Cehisa is the name, with 50 years of experience making the finest edgebanders. Our lineup ranges from the smaller cost saving units to some of the larger systems which will make any edgebanding operation a breeze. For more information on these machines click the link belowEdgebanders
A truly amazing saw.
In the beginning of the last century, Altendorf’s saw set a new standard in woodworking. The differences from traditional machines were considerable. Up to that time, a conventional table saw had no mechanism for edging. That meant that, for the first and...read more
Altendorf at AWISA!
Another successful year of AWISA
Interest at Altendorf's stand clamored to new heights as Altendorf Asia Pacific show cases its latest range of industry leading machinery. A marvel of modern engineering, Altendorf's new Elmo 3D panel saw stole the show.read more
A modern innovation from the past
Cyclical patterns of invention and development have been observed since the days of ancient civilisations, the same certainly applies to one of the more modern innovations in the wood working industry.read more
Wood Ripping with Altendorf F45 Panel Saw:
Perfect kitchens start with the perfect cut.
Perfection is a term few would employ whether in advertising or when making a claim. But for Perfect Kitchens, the word represent’s the ambitious goal of the Sydney based joinery business. With a philosophy entailing ‘honest hard work’ and emphasis on client satisfaction...read more
Introducing the most complete Turn-Key solution ever!
At the heart of Altendorf Softlink is Spazio3D; customisable to every budget & need.
Internally supported, the Softlink team can ensure a seamless integration between machine & software without 3rd party intervention.read more
A new angle on mitre cutting: the new F45 VP Parallelogram cross slide
The new PQS sets new standards for ease of operation & accuracy. The fence can be angled from 0-47 degrees from both front and back positions, shown to an accuracy of 1/100 degree.