In 1948 PAUL introduced the first double sided edger. The use of a welded steel frame construction as the foundation of our machines was a key element of our success. More than 8 000 machines of edger model KME have been delivered worldwide.
The range of machinery has been expanded and extended over the years and today PAUL is able to offer machinery and systems for both ripping and cross-cutting of solid wood and panels.
Work on a cross-cut system is often hard and involves physical exertion. On average, one operator moves about 40 cubic metres of timber per shift, first from the stack onto the system and then back onto pallets after…Read more
As demand for skilled labour increases, automation is becoming more and more important in modern woodworking. Not only are machines and systems increasingly taking over the handling of the often heavy workpieces, but the…Read more
A leading manufacturer of cladding panels upgraded its machinery with the most powerful M34 multirip circular saw ever built by Paul Maschinenfabrik (Dürmentingen/Germany). This machine is used for grooving fiber cement…Read more
Growing sales, increasing exports and a full order book. Paul Maschinenfabrik looks back on a successful and eventful year 2021. The Covid-19 virus, supply bottlenecks and high raw material prices cannot slow the company…Read more