CANTEK | AF19N RESAW FEEDER

Consistent and reliable automatic feeder for your resaw or bandsaw.

The Cantek AF19N Resaw Feeder is designed to allow consistent and automated feeding of material through vertical bandsaw or resaws.  The AF19N is pneumatically actuated by a switch in the fence so no foot pedal is required making for a simple and convenient operation.  With 10 feed speeds to choose from you can dial in the optimum feed speed for your material.  Intended to be fit on bandsaws which are over 24” but could be fitted on smaller bandsaw tables, but may require an extension off the side of your bandsaw table where the feeder is mounted.

Cantek AF19N Resaw Feeder

Why Cantek AF19N Resaw Feeder?

  • Consistent feeding for bandsaws and resaws
  • Pneumatic activation of feeding unit, no foot pedal required
  • 10 feed speeds for optimum control
  • Line bar roller fence is easily adjusted by rack and pinion handle
  • Comes with (2) adjustable steel serrated rollers
  • Can be mounted to almost any bandsaw/resaw (recommended for 24” and up)
  • Heavy duty construction
  • Adjustable feed wheels to accommodate for the height of your material
  • Roller fence aids in feeding of material

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