Panels Plus Wall Framing Machine

This machine is designed to frame wall panels made from 2x4 to 2x10, dimensional and engineered lumber. The studs and plates are manually loaded into the table and positioned using the joist locators that are spaced at 16” and 24” centers. The wall is then clamped into place to insure the wall is square before fastening. The top and bottom plates are fastened to the studs by moving the indexing tool carriage to each stud and pressing the fire button. The carriage will automatically fire nails in predetermined locations.

General Specifications:

The following dimensions are approximate and are provided only to give the foot print of the machine. Additional space is required for material storage and handling.

Machine Length 22’-0”
Machine Width 16’-8”
Machine Height 6’-4”
Table Height 33”
Wall Length .up to 16’-0
Wall Height 4’-0” – 12’-4”
Electrical 120Vac/60Hz/15amp
Air 30 CFM @ 90-120psig

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Panels Plus Wall Framing Machine without Indexing Tool Carriages

This machine is designed to frame wall panels made from 2x4 to 2x10 material. The studs and plates are manually loaded into the table and positioned using the joist locators that are spaced at 16” and 24” centers. The wall is then clamped into place to insure the wall is square before fastening. The top and bottom plates are fastened to the studs by hand nailing.

General Specifications:

The following dimensions are approximate and are provided only to give the foot print of the machine. Additional space is required for material storage and handling

Machine Length 22’-0”
Machine Width 16’-8”
Machine Height 6’-4”
Table Height Approx. 33”
Wall Length up to 16’-0
Wall Height 6’-8” – 12’-4”
Electrical 120Vac/60Hz/15amp
Air  10 CFM @ 90-120psig

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Panels Plus Wall Framing Machine Laser Projection

This machine is designed to frame wall panels made from 2x4 to 2x10, dimensional and engineered lumber. The studs and plates are manually loaded into the table and positioned using an overhead laser projection system. The wall is then clamped into place to insure the wall is square before fastening. The top and bottom plates are fastened to the studs by moving the indexing tool carriage to each stud and pressing the fire button. The carriage will automatically fire nails in predetermined locations.

General Specifications:

The following dimensions are approximate and are provided only to give the foot print of the machine. Additional space is required for material storage and handling.

Machine Length 22’-0”
Machine Width 16’-8”
Machine Height 6’-4”
Table Height 33”
Wall Length up to 16’-0
Wall Height 4’-0” – 12’-4”
Electrical 120Vac/60Hz/15amp
Air 30 CFM @ 90-120psi

Squaring Table: The walk-through table design consists of a stationary and moveable section. The moveable section is guided by the tracks on the floor. The stationary and telescoping tables are equipped with a 17-inch wide plate to support the plates, studs and sub-components. The table can be opened or closed to set the wall height, or clamp and unclamp the wall by simply stepping on the footswitch on the load end of the table or pressing the open or close buttons located on the exit end of the table. After the wall is complete and unclamped, the floor section can be raised up by skate-wheel conveyors and rolled out, or lifted off the table using an overhead crane

Tool Carriages: There is a tool carriage located on the stationary and telescoping side of the table. The carriages roll on a V-rail mounted to the side of the table. To nail each stud, the operator moves the carriage into position, and presses a single fire button and the tools automatically fire to insert nails in a predetermined pattern. The handheld tool is used for adding blocking, bracing and adding any additional nails.

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