Welcome to Kitmondo, your trusted source for quality used industrial machinery. Our range includes versatile and high-performance tenoning machines, perfect for various applications in the woodworking industry.

Priced between €5,000 and €30,000, our tenoning machines are designed to create precise and durable tenon joints in wood pieces. Key features include adjustable tenon sizes, high-speed operation, precision cutting, and robust construction.

We proudly offer machinery from top manufacturers such as SCM, Weinig, and Bacci. Each piece of equipment undergoes rigorous testing and inspection to ensure top performance and longevity.

Choosing pre-owned industrial machinery from Kitmondo means getting the best value for your investment without compromising on quality or performance. Trust us to elevate your woodworking operations to new heights of productivity. Explore our extensive range today and let us help you find the perfect tenoning machine for your industrial needs.

GABBIANI TSM 72 Tenoning machine

Year: 1976

Max. woodpiece length 3.2 mm
Type Double
Nbr of cutting units 8
Min. woodpiece length 0.3 mm
Working width 0.3 mm

Celaschi TSA-240 Tenoning machine


Max. woodpiece length 2500 mm
Type Double
Min. woodpiece length 299 mm

WEHRMANN Combima Double end tenoner

Year: 2007

This Wehrmann Combima was manufactured in 2007. A robust double end tenoner for solid wood panels featuring a maximum working width of 2,500 mm and a minimum of 280 mm. Equipped with a Beckhoff machine control, fast Pentium computer, and touchscreen display. It includes a milling unit with a 6.6 kW motor and a double hogger unit for efficient processing. …

VERTONGEN Pentho C3 Tenoning machine

Year: 2009

saw Ø 400mm 2 unwinders length 145mm x Ø 160mm spinning top Ø 50mm eccentric presser table 1000x400mm suction outlet (1 x Ø 80mm, 3 x Ø 150mm)

WEINIG UNITEC 12 Tenoning machine

Year: 2004

Machine type – Tenoning and slotting. Manufacterer – WEINIG Model – UNITEC 12 Year of construction – 2004 Condition – erxcellent ( used ) Description - First tenoning spindle: height 640 mm; thickness 50mm.. Second tenoning spindle: height 640 mm; thickness 50 mm.. Saw blade diameter: max 450 mm.. CNC spindle axial adjustment. Automatic ruler angle adjustment.

Guilliet QFT Tenoning machine


Max. woodpiece length 1200 mm
Min. woodpiece length 800 mm

GABIANNI 1500 Tenoning machine

Year: 1995

Type Double
Nbr of cutting units 3
Working width 1500 mm

Sautereau Concept 4 Tenoning machine

Year: 2009

Max. woodpiece length 120 mm
Type Single
Nbr of cutting units
Min. woodpiece length 510 mm
Working width 560 mm

IMA FBA/II/420 Double-end Profiler, Automatic

Year: 1984

Type Single
Working width 3200 mm

A.COSTA ASTRA PA 6 Tenoning machine


Max. woodpiece length 140 mm
Working width 3345 mm
Type Double

Gabbiani Tenoning machine

Year: 1994

Max. woodpiece length 3200 mm
Type Double

SCM D80K SP3B Tenoning machine

Year: 1993

Max. woodpiece length 2500 mm
Working width 3200 mm
Type Double
Nbr of cutting units 1

Overhauled BACCI TSD AND NC14 Tenoning machine

Year: 2004

Max. woodpiece length 1200 mm
Type Double
Min. woodpiece length 100 mm

TORWEGGE H634 Tenoning machine

Year: 1998

Max. woodpiece length 2500 mm

MECANOBOIS M4 MAXI Wood combined machine

Year: 2001

Tenoning machine Mecanobois M4 MAXI TENONER 1 Saw 2 wafer unwinders 1 spinning top Feeding and manual presser Laser line on saw blade

Homag LIGMATECH KAL 310/9/A20/S2 - ZHR 30/L/115 Tenoning machine

Year: 2008

Max. woodpiece length 2500 mm
Working width 1250 mm
Min. woodpiece length 250 mm

Exploring Tenoning Machines in the Kitmondo Woodworking Machinery Marketplace

At Kitmondo, we connect professionals with high-quality industrial machinery solutions. Among our extensive offerings, the category of Woodworking Machines features indispensable tools such as Tenoning Machines. Let's delve into the specifics of these machines, their significance, and why Kitmondo is the premier marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Tenoning Machines?

Tenoning machines are specialized woodworking tools used to create tenons, which are protruding wooden pieces designed to fit into corresponding mortises for forming strong joints. These machines are essential for producing precise and uniform tenons, crucial components in woodworking for creating robust and durable joints, particularly in furniture and joinery.

Types of Tenoning Machines

  • Single-End Tenoners: Cut tenons on one end of the workpiece, suitable for small to medium-sized production.
  • Double-End Tenoners: Cut tenons on both ends of the workpiece simultaneously, ideal for large-scale production and ensuring consistent results.
  • Horizontal Tenoners: Create tenons with horizontal cutting heads, suitable for specific joinery applications.
  • Vertical Tenoners: Feature vertical cutting heads, used for a variety of woodworking projects.
  • CNC Tenoners: Offer high precision and automation, enabling complex tenoning operations and high-volume production.
  • Manual Tenoners: Operated manually, suitable for custom or low-volume work where flexibility is needed.

The Kitmondo Advantage: Buying & Selling Tenoning Machines

Navigating the used industrial machinery market can be challenging, but Kitmondo simplifies the process. Here’s why purchasing through us is advantageous:


Investing in new tenoning machines can be costly, especially for small businesses or startups. Kitmondo offers these machines at a fraction of the new price, ensuring excellent value. Our platform lists used tenoning machines typically ranging from €5,000 to €50,000, reflecting various factors such as age, brand, condition, and features.

Quality Assurance

Each machine listed on Kitmondo undergoes a comprehensive evaluation to ensure it is in excellent working condition. This rigorous vetting guarantees that even used machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Extensive Market Reach

Tenoning machines are essential for precise woodworking operations across various industries. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, Kitmondo provides a reliable platform that ensures convenience and value. Join the future of woodworking with Kitmondo – where tradition meets innovation.

Key Benefits of Tenoning Machines

Tenoning machines offer numerous advantages, making them essential in the woodworking industry:

  • Precision: Ensure precise cutting of tenons, crucial for creating strong and accurate joints in woodworking projects.
  • Efficiency: Significantly increase the speed and efficiency of the tenoning process, allowing for high-volume output with minimal manual intervention.
  • Consistent Quality: Provide uniform and consistent tenons, maintaining product quality and reducing variability in production.
  • Versatility: Modern tenoning machines handle various types of wood and produce different sizes and shapes of tenons, making them valuable assets for diverse woodworking projects.
  • Cost Savings: By automating the tenoning process, these machines reduce labor costs and improve overall productivity, leading to long-term cost savings.

Important Parameters of Tenoning Machines

When assessing tenoning machines, consider these key parameters:

  • Tenon Size Range: The range of tenon sizes the machine can produce, affecting its versatility for different woodworking projects.
  • Cutting Speed: The speed at which the machine can cut tenons, typically measured in cycles per minute (CPM), influencing production rates and efficiency.
  • Motor Power: The power of the machine’s motor, impacting its performance and ability to cut through various types of wood.
  • Automation Level: The degree of automation, from manual to fully automated (CNC), impacting ease of use, repeatability, and integration into production lines.
  • Workpiece Capacity: The maximum dimensions and weight of the workpieces the machine can handle, affecting its suitability for different woodworking tasks.
  • Adjustability: The ability to adjust the machine for different tenon sizes and shapes, enhancing flexibility and efficiency in varied woodworking operations.

Applications of Tenoning Machines

Given their versatility and high-quality tenon production, tenoning machines are used in various sectors:

  • Furniture Manufacturing: Producing strong and durable joints in furniture, ensuring high-quality construction and longevity.
  • Cabinet Making: Creating precise and consistent joints for cabinets and other storage solutions.
  • Door and Window Production: Making tenons for door and window frames, ensuring tight and secure joints.
  • Architectural Woodwork: Producing custom joinery in architectural projects, ensuring high precision and quality.
  • Joinery Workshops: Used in small to medium-sized joinery shops for producing various joinery components.

Leading Manufacturers of Tenoning Machines

Several top manufacturers are known for their innovative and high-quality tenoning machines:

  • SCM Group: A leading provider of woodworking machinery, offering advanced tenoning machines known for their precision and reliability.
  • Weinig: Renowned for high-quality industrial machines, providing efficient and versatile tenoning machines for various applications.
  • Martin Woodworking Machines: Specializes in woodworking machinery, offering robust and precise tenoning machines designed for high-performance operations.
  • Biesse: Known for a comprehensive range of woodworking machines, providing reliable and efficient tenoning machines for the industry.
  • Maka Systems: Offers advanced woodworking technology, providing high-quality tenoning machines designed for precision and efficiency in woodworking applications.
  • Gubisch: Specializes in joinery machinery, offering versatile and efficient tenoning machines suitable for different production environments.


Tenoning machines are invaluable assets in the woodworking industry, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for creating tenons and ensuring strong, precise joints. Whether for furniture manufacturing, cabinet making, door and window production, or architectural woodwork, these machines ensure superior product quality and compliance with industry standards. With Kitmondo’s support, acquiring or selling tenoning machines becomes a seamless and reliable process, enabling businesses to focus on delivering exceptional woodworking products.