Kolmag (previously SAOM) was established in Legnaro, Northern Italy almost 40 years ago and remains under the control of the same family. They design and manufacture a wide range of CNC routers and machining centres and their particular expertise is the supply of machines that meet specific customer requirements, especially if robust construction for long term accuracy and uninterrupted performance is required.
3 axes with cantilever structure to allow machining of wider panels. Performance, flexibility, modularity: all these characteristics, normally found only on machines of higher specification, on a footprint that makes this range of machining centres the ideal choice not only for the smaller workshop but also for larger manufacturing companies who seek accuracy and flexibility at a competitive price.
This range of machines is also available with moveable bars each with moveable vacuum cups.
Cantilever construction to enable machining of larger workpieces. The size of this machine allows the fitting of a number of options including twin or single exit horizontal motors, separate sawblade up to 250mm diameter, 5 axis heads, more than one toolchanger and a range of clamping systems.
CDE Machinery Ltd is a specialist supplier of CNC machining centres, presses, wood drying ovens, CNC routers and wood shredders and chippers manufactured in Italy. Established more than a decade ago, the owner Nigel Smith has spent his working life in manufacturing industry and for the last 30 years in the woodworking machinery sector. Machines supplied by CDE can also be used to cut, press and machine materials such as MDF, engineering plastic, acrylic, rigid foam, composites, aluminium and even stainless steel.
Browse our website for further information and where applicable you will be able to visit the manufacturers' websites for more details regarding product ranges and specification. When you consider the purchase of a CNC router, a press or a beam saw, let CDE Machinery know what you want it to do for you, as it's difficult to buy a bad machine, but too easy to buy the wrong machine.