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.

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From unedged raw timber to the optimized end product, live at LIGNA 2019
From unedged raw timber to the optimized end product, live at LIGNA 2019

2019-04-18

PAUL will be breaking new ground at LIGNA 2019 from May 27 to 31 in Hall 27 / Stand B20 by demonstrating some of its core competencies (ripping, cross-cutting, scanning and automation) in a fully functional automatically…

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Timber Optimization on the Next Level
Timber Optimization on the Next Level

2019-04-15

Fully automatic heavy-duty lines are increasingly playing a decisive role in timber industry. This is also the case with a South American furniture manufacturer who has specialized in the production of pine furniture. By…

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Stößer Sawmill gearing up for the future
Stößer Sawmill gearing up for the future

2018-12-04

The long-established company Stößer based in Bühl-Vimbuch near Baden-Baden (BW) used to work with a relatively small, manually loaded resaw. This old resaw that was supplied with material from an existing frame saw was…

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Automatic rip and cross-cut system for the production of thick veneers presented
Automatic rip and cross-cut system for the production of thick veneers presented

2018-06-29

A major focus at the expo will be a rip and cross-cut system for the production of thick veneers, comprising a K34GV/800 ripsaw and a RAPID cross-cut system. Both machines are supplied with optimization data from a…

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