CANTEK | AF04 TRACK FEEDER

An all-purpose feeder intended to assist with feeding small workpieces,

The Cantek AF04 Track Feeder is specifically designed for feeding small workpieces which can not be fed properly using a conventional 3 and 4 roller feeders.  The (3) synthetic rubber belts run on (5) feeder wheels which are closely coupled together.  The result is the workpiece is held between the rollers allowing for the feeding of short and/or small material.   The universal stand allows you to easily adjust the height and position of the feeder.  It can also be positioned from a horizontal to vertical feed.   The AF04 can be easily adapted to your shaper or table saw.

Why Cantek AF04 Track Feeder?

  • Designed for feeding shorter pieces or for cross feeding pieces 90 degrees to cutterhead
  • (3) synthetic rubber belts over (5) spring loaded rollers
  • Safe operation of equipment as your hands remain away from the cutterhead or sawblade
  • Stable feeding of workpieces due to the close coupling of the rollers and belts which span the rollers
  • Universal stand allows for fast and convenient setting of the feeder unit
  • 1 HP motor
  • 4 feed speeds
  • Forward/reverse feed
  • Universal stand included
  • ¾” roller suspension

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