The Casadei PS 520 thickness planer epitomizes reliability and robustness, making it an exceptional choice for woodworking enthusiasts and professionals alike. Its user-friendly control panel is strategically placed for ergonomic access, featuring micrometric adjustment of working height and an electronic digital readout for precision. With four selectable feed speeds (5/8/12/18 m/min) via a mechanical selector, it offers flexibility to suit various woodworking tasks. The PS 520 boasts an impressive maximum working height of 300 mm, ensuring versatility in handling diverse workpieces. The inclusion of an anti-scratch carpet-lined top provides a convenient support surface, and a workpiece measuring device aids in accuracy. Furthermore, the machine features a working table equipped with two idle rollers, facilitating the effortless machining of large-sized pieces. Fast and precise positioning is achieved through one-axis control, which also includes a calculator function for added convenience. The powered two-speed thicknessing table raise & fall, with micrometric height adjustment via four protected steel screws, ensures reliable performance. Additionally, noise reduction lips at the front and rear of the machine table enhance the overall woodworking experience.
The Casadei PS 630 thickness planer offers exceptional functionality and precision for woodworking enthusiasts and professionals. It features a powered two-speed thicknessing table raise & fall mechanism with micrometric working height adjustment, safeguarded by four dust-protected steel screws. To enhance the woodworking experience, noise reduction lips are thoughtfully positioned at both the front and rear of the machine table. The PS 630 distinguishes itself with its stepless feed speed adjustment, which can be fine-tuned via an inverter, ranging from 4 to 20 m/min, ensuring adaptability for a wide range of woodworking tasks. Additionally, upon request, the PS 630 can be equipped with pneumatic adjustment of the top feed rollers’ pressure, controlled conveniently from the front panel, guaranteeing consistent pressure regardless of stock removal. The machine’s feed rollers are mounted on independent floating ball-bearing bushes, ensuring reliable and smooth operation. The planer unit is outfitted with infeed anti-kickback fingers, segmented chipbreakers, a serrated steel infeed roller with spiral teeth, and a rubber-coated outfeed roller, all contributing to reduced noise levels. To cater to various machining requirements, the standard serrated infeed roller can be easily replaced with either a segmented steel roller or a rubber-coated roller, providing versatility and precision in woodworking tasks.