CANTEK | DC30 3-ROLL VARIABLE SPEED POWER FEEDER

Consistent, safe, and powerful power feeder with the right speed for your job.

The Cantek DC30 3-Roll Variable Speed Power Feeder is a safe and powerful feeding unit for shapers, table saws, and more. The rubber feed wheels grip the workpiece firmly and feed it at a constant speed to produce flawlessly finished pieces.  The DC brushless servo motor with electronic variable speed adjustment allows the operator full control for setting the optimum feed speed according to the specific job.  The universal stand allows for quick positional adjustment from a horizontal to vertical positioning and everything in between.

Why Cantek DC30 3-Roll Variable Speed Power Feeder?

  • High efficiency DC brushless servo motor
  • High efficiency = more power, more torque!
  • Saves +50% power output over other feeders of the same size
  • Electronic variable feed speed adjustment for optimum cut quality

  • 2/3 HP DC Brushless Servo Motor with electronic speed display
  • SG13 heavy duty universal stand for fast setup
  • (3) rubber feed rollers
  • Variable speed 2-22 M/min (7-72 FPM)
  • Forward/reverse feed
  • Optional Dual Rollers for saw or cutter clearance

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