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Item# CPT10B 10″ Planer Thicknesser

Item# CPT10B 10″ Planer Thicknesser

  • CPT10B 10inch Planer Thicknesser
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Description

Chansen CPT10B 10″ Planer Thicknesser is correct size to small and medium-size workshops, saving space but offering enough power and versatility. The 260mm cutting width is suitable for much of the surfacing operations. It’s quick to set up and easy to switch between planer and thicknesser. The planer table height can be adjusted easily. Quick-release planer table locks allow table removal for full cutter head access. It features powerful 2.2kw/1ph or 2.8kw/3ph induction motor, easy-to-adjust aluminum fence system, adjustable bridge-type guard, stand with mobile wheels, anti-kickback protection, 100mm dust port… CPT10B comes with 2 HSS straight blade, we also have spiral cutterhead option available.

 

Features

  • Suitable for small or medium-size workshops
  • Easy to switch between planning and thicknesser
  • Powerful 2.2kw/1ph or 2.8kw/3ph induction motor
  • Adjustable aluminum fence system tilts 90 – 135º
  • cutting width 260mm suits for most of surfacing
  • Thicknessing table adjustment provides quick and accurate planning
  • Quick-release planning table design
  • Pushing handle and mobile wheels provide convenient moving in the workshop
  • Adjustable bridge-type spindle guard
  • Safety switch prevents unintentional startup after power cut off
  • Anti-kickback protection
  • 100mm dust port
  • Standard with 2 HSS straight blades
  • Motor power: 230v/1ph/2.2kw or 380v/3ph/2.8kw
  • Spindle speed: 6500 RPM
  • Max. cutting width: 260mm
  • Planer table size: 1035 x285mm
  • Max. cutting depth: 3mm
  • Fence tilting: 0 – 45º
  • Knife number: 2 HSS
  • Thicknesser table size: 400 x260mm
  • Max. thickness cutting height: 160mm
  • Feeding speed: 5m/min
  • Dust port: 100mm
  • Overall size: 1095 x650 x985mm
  • Machine weight: 71 kgs
  • Packing dimensions: 710 x565 x570mm
  • Shipping weight: 76kgs

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