Sedgwick TE350 Tenoner
Ease of operation
Taking only minutes to set up, the Sedgwick TE350 Tenoner is easy to use and accurate in operation. Work is positioned on the rolling table against a depth stop and a fence,
it is secured by a cam action clamp. Its end is then passed between two horizontally mounted cutterheads which machine the top and bottom cheeks of the tenon. The tenon width is set by raising or lowering the top motor, and its position on the timber by raising/ lowering the two motors in tandem. Variations in shoulder length are set using a multi-position depth stop, and staggered tenons are achieved by simple handwheel adjustment of the top motor.
Stepped tenons, splayed tenons, scribe tenons, double tenons, and multiple bridles are all possible on this versatile machine. Combinations of 90 degrees and bevelled cutting discs with appropriate spacers can also be fitted to produce interleaved joints as used in sash window construction
Sedgwick TE350 Tenoner
The sedgwick TE350 is designed and built to withstand continuous production use. Its cast iron base, column and slideways provide a rigid and durable mainframe assembly, and the 2.2kW motors supply ample power. The generously proportioned cast iron sliding table is mounted on bearing equipped hardened steel rollers for minimum wear, and cutterhead slide movements are easily adjusted on dovetail slides for ease of maintenance.
The TE350 offers all of these safety features as standard
- Automatic braking
- Starters with thermal overload, no volt release protection and lock off emergency stop switch
- High performance lightweight cutterblocks with chip limiting devices
- Large diameter dust extraction outlets
- One piece front cutter guard
- Front & rear table guards
Sedgwick Woodworking Machinery
Sedgwick are commited to the development and production of new and existing products targeted specifically at the professional, semi-professional and education markets.
All woodworking machines are designed and built in the UK using the latest computer aided design and manufacture, and CNC machine tools. The first Sedgwick woodworking machinery workshop was opened in Bramley, near Leeds. it was there that the original 571 Hollow Chisel morticer , (which is still in production and available from Markfield Woodworking Machinery), was designed and built.
In 1963 Maurice was joined full-time by his son John, and the workforce moved to Pudsey, where they commenced building of additional Sedgwick machinery types, including saws, planer thicknesser, and spindle moulders. A new factory was built in 1985 in Stanningley, West Yorkshire under John Sedgwick’s design and guidance to house a larger production facility and to ensure room for further expansion
John continues to supply the direction for Sedgwick, specifically heading up the design and development department and aiding in the selection of new materials and suppliers
More from Sedgwick Woodworking Machinery
Sedgwick have been manufacturing woodworking machines since 1957. Sedgwick currently manufacture a wide range of woodworking machines, they include:
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- Sedgwick SM210 Spindle Moulder
- Sedgwick SM255T tilting Spindle Moulder
- Sedgwick PT255 Planer Thicknesser
- Sedgwick MB Planer Thicknesser
- Sedgwick CP Planer Thicknesser
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