Kitmondo is your leading marketplace for top-quality used industrial machinery. In our Woodworking Machines category, we offer a meticulously maintained selection of gluing machines, providing an optimal mix of precision, durability, and value.

Our gluing machines are designed to deliver efficient and accurate adhesive application, perfect for a variety of woodworking projects. Whether you are producing furniture, cabinetry, or other wooden products, these machines ensure strong and consistent bonding for a superior finish. They are versatile, meeting the needs of small workshops as well as large-scale manufacturing operations.

Each gluing machine undergoes a rigorous vetting process to ensure top-notch quality and performance. Our machinery offers significant cost savings compared to new equipment, without sacrificing efficiency. We feature renowned brands like Homag, Biesse, and Holz-Her, celebrated for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range from €5,000 to €50,000, accommodating a wide range of budget needs.

For more information or to request a quote, please contact our dedicated team, who are ready to assist with your specific needs. At Kitmondo, we are committed to supporting your business growth through high-quality, affordable machinery. Trust Kitmondo for your industrial equipment needs and enhance your productivity today.

JYC GJB3213-L68-JY Gluing machine Hot deal Low working hours

Year: 2021

JYC GJB3213-L68-JY Gluing machine Components: 30kW HF generator, press, hydraulic system, control system, feeding system Further details can be found through the images, if there are more questions, be sure to ask.

ORMA I/413 Gluing machine

Year: 2007

Nbr of rollers 4
Working width 1300 mm
Engine power 1.7 kW
Rollers Ø 250 mm
Working height 100 mm

Hymmen TLT Gluing machine

Year: 2005

Working width 1400 mm
Working height 900 mm

CGA 532K Gluing machine

Year: 2008

Nbr of rollers 1
Working height 100 mm

Cortazar 80L industrial cola blender

Year: 2005

Industrial cola mixer with 80 liter capacity. Includes glue supply pump, structure for resin container, has a new electrical panel, works perfectly and can be seen at any time.


Lisy-Dvorak hydraulic press

Year: 2000

Used Lisy-Dvorak TH3 hydraulic press for sale. Year of manufacture: 2000. Four beams per table, 3 tables. material dimensions max. length 2200mm, max. width 1000mm, max thickness 60mm

DVOŘÁK TS6+TH3 Gluing machine

Year: 2001

I am selling two fully functional grout presses press DVOŘÁK TS6 press Dvořák pneumatic TH3 After agreement, the possibility of transport and assembly.

3,180 €

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CZ Czech Republic



Hymmen 2000 Gluing machine

Year: 1994

Nbr of rollers 4
Working width 2000 mm
Rollers Ø 230 mm
Working height 900 mm

RÜCKLE GLUEMASTER Gluing machine

Year: 1999

Working width 600 mm
Engine power 1.8 kW

MELTON V-PAIL Gluing machine

Year: 2005

Engine power 0.18643 kW

RÜCKLE FLA Gluing machine

Year: 1991

Working width 400 mm
Engine power 2 kW


Robatech Model D280 Gluing machine

Year: 2005

Robatech , Glue Pot Model D280 The machine is in a packaged form with Teflon coating inside the boiler, which has been maintained by the technical service. Technical data and images are available in the attached file.

Robatech Drumunloaders RMC 200 Gluing machine

Year: 2005

Robatech Drumunloaders RMC 200 The machine is in a ready-to-operate package that has been maintained by the technical service. The hose required to be connected to the system or the boiler is available, and the technical details are available in the attached files.


HARDO T300 V37,5 Gluing machine

Year:

Nbr of rollers 1
Working width 300 mm

KUPER KLM Gluing machine

Year: 2000

Working width 400 mm
Engine power 2 kW
Working height 5 mm

Brandt KDN 100 Gluing machine

Year: 2009

small workshop banding machine for max. part thickness 50mm, ABS 0? 4-2mm, top feed belt, edge magazine, hot melt application on the edge, tapping, milling top + bottom, machine length 1800mm, weight 450kg

6,110 €

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CZ Czech Republic



Comprehensive Overview of Gluing Machines in Woodworking

Gluing machines are vital in the woodworking industry, designed to streamline and perfect the process of applying adhesives to wooden components. These machines ensure a consistent and precise glue application, crucial for the durability and quality of the final wood products. Used extensively in furniture manufacturing, cabinetry, and wood panel production, gluing machines boost efficiency, cut labor costs, and enhance overall product quality.

Varieties of Gluing Machines

Different types of gluing machines cater to specific applications and production needs:

Edge Gluing Machines

These machines apply adhesive to the edges of wood pieces, commonly used in panel production, furniture parts, and joinery. They ensure a strong bond between the edges of wood pieces, enhancing the structural integrity of the final product.

Surface Gluing Machines

Ideal for applying glue to large, flat surfaces, these machines are used in laminating wood panels and veneers. They ensure an even adhesive layer, promoting uniform bonding across the entire surface.

Finger Joint Gluing Machines

These specialized machines apply glue to the fingers or profiles of wood pieces that will be joined. They are essential in creating long, continuous wood components from shorter pieces, improving joint strength and stability.

Hot Melt Gluing Machines

Utilizing hot melt adhesives, these machines are designed for quick and efficient gluing processes, often used in edge banding and other applications requiring fast adhesive setting.

Roller Gluing Machines

Roller gluing machines use rollers to apply adhesive to surfaces or edges of wood pieces. They are versatile, handling various glue types and suited for multiple woodworking applications.

Spray Gluing Machines

Employing a spraying mechanism, these machines apply adhesive quickly and uniformly, especially on complex or irregular surfaces, ensuring efficient and thorough coverage.

Key Features and Specifications

When choosing a gluing machine, consider the following key features and specifications:

Adhesive Compatibility

Ensure the machine is compatible with the adhesives used in your production, such as PVA, polyurethane, or hot melt adhesives.

Application Method

Select a machine that matches your specific gluing needs (edge, surface, finger joint, etc.) to ensure optimal application.

Adjustability

The ability to adjust adhesive amount, application speed, and pressure enhances the machine's versatility and precision.

Automation Level

Automated gluing machines increase production efficiency and consistency by minimizing manual intervention.

Capacity and Size

Ensure the machine can handle the size and volume of wood pieces in your production line.

Ease of Cleaning and Maintenance

Features that simplify cleaning and maintenance can reduce downtime and extend the machine’s lifespan.

Benefits of Gluing Machines

High-quality gluing machines offer several advantages:

  • Consistent Application: Ensures uniform and precise adhesive application, resulting in stronger and more durable bonds.
  • Increased Efficiency: Automated, high-speed machines can significantly cut production times and labor costs.
  • Enhanced Product Quality: Consistent glue application improves the overall quality and appearance of the final products.
  • Reduced Waste: Precise control over adhesive use minimizes waste, cutting material costs.
  • Versatility: Capable of handling various adhesives and wood components, catering to diverse woodworking needs.

Key Considerations for Buying a Gluing Machine

To select the right gluing machine, consider these factors:

Production Volume

Choose a machine with the capacity and speed to handle your production volume.

Type of Adhesive

Ensure the machine is compatible with the adhesives used in your production.

Application Specifics

Match the machine’s capabilities with your specific gluing requirements (edge, surface, finger joint, etc.).

Precision Requirements

Evaluate the machine’s precision and consistency to meet your quality standards.

Budget

Balance the initial investment with long-term operational costs, including adhesive consumption and maintenance.

Service and Support

Consider the availability of technical support and maintenance services.

Training

Assess the need for operator training to utilize the machine’s advanced features effectively.

Leading Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture reliable and high-performance gluing machines:

  • Biesse: Offers a wide range of woodworking machinery, including advanced gluing machines for edge banding and panel production. Prices typically range from $20,000 to $150,000.
  • HOMAG: Known for high-precision and efficient woodworking machines, HOMAG’s gluing machines generally range from $25,000 to $200,000.
  • SCM Group: Provides versatile and reliable gluing machines for different woodworking needs. Prices typically range from $15,000 to $120,000.
  • Weinig: Specializes in machines for solid wood processing, including finger joint gluing machines. Prices generally fall between $30,000 and $250,000.
  • IMA Schelling: Known for edge banding and surface gluing solutions, IMA Schelling offers advanced technology for precise and efficient adhesive application. Prices typically range from $25,000 to $180,000.

Conclusion

Gluing machines are indispensable in woodworking, ensuring precise, efficient, and consistent adhesive application for various wood components. With types ranging from edge gluing to surface gluing, finger joint gluing, and more, selecting the right machine depends on specific production needs and adhesive types. Key factors to consider include adhesive compatibility, application method, adjustability, automation level, capacity, and ease of maintenance. Leading brands like Biesse, HOMAG, SCM Group, Weinig, and IMA Schelling offer a range of high-quality gluing machines to suit different applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating production volume, adhesive type, precision requirements, and budget, businesses can invest in the right gluing machine to enhance their woodworking capabilities and ensure high-quality, durable wood products.