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Maksiwa Edgebanders

Whether you're a woodworking hobbyist or a professional carpenter, we bet you have your eye on a Maksiwa edgebander. These powerful machines create beautiful trim so that you can put the final touches on your projects.

Our Maksiwa edgebander collection features various products, meaning there's something for everyone. Shop today to find the one that meets your budget and preferences! 

One of the more popular models is the Maksiwa Portable Edgebander or the Maksiwa cbc e

 


Maksiwa launched in Brazil in 1983. From the start, the company focused on providing high-quality woodworking machinery to small cabinet shops. Maksiwa has since expanded its target audience to include professional woodworkers who need large-scale solutions.  Unlike other brands, Miksiwa delivers unmatched quality and prioritizes customer satisfaction. You'll also be glad to hear that the company backs all of its products with a 2-year warranty. So, in the unlikely event that your machine runs into problems, Miksiwa will make things right.  Having perfected its craft over the past 35+ years, the company works in markets across the globe. Its entrance into the U.S. scene in 2015 led to the rising popularity of Maksiwa edgebanders.  Today, woodworkers all over the world want to get their hands on a Maksiwa edgebander. This practical machine makes your projects easier and yields better results. 
There's no questioning the quality construction that comes with every Maksiwa edgebander. But like some woodworkers, you may wonder if you even need an edgebander.  Below, we go over some of the key benefits you can expect when you add one of these machines to your arsenal.  Save Time  We'll be the first to admit that old-fashioned edgebanding isn't hard to learn. In fact, after a little practice, it's one of the simplest woodworking techniques around.  However, that doesn't mean it doesn't require effort. If you want to apply edge banding by hand, you must apply one of the following methods:  • Iron the hot-melt adhesive. After cutting the edge banding, you need to use an iron to apply the hot-melt adhesive to the plywood. You should set the iron to low heat and place aluminum foil underneath to prevent damage. • Use contact cement. This method involves using contact cement to glue the edge banding to the plywood. From there, you must apply pressure using an object like a roller. • Use self-stick edge banding. Some edge banding comes with a self-stick adhesive that fixes itself directly to the plywood. Some woodworkers have no problem using these methods. But if you have lots of intensive projects, the old-fashioned way won't cut it.  Fortunately, a Maksiwa edgebander will help you automate the process. By taking care of everything from trimming to applying, your machine saves time and leaves you free to focus on other parts of projects that require your attention.  Save Money In addition to being time-consuming, cutting trim by hand can be inaccurate. Even if you're careful, it's hard to get the exact measurements.  Trimming too little means you'll have to go back to it later. And if you trim too much, you'll need to cut a whole new piece.  All of these revisions can lead you to waste materials (and, therefore, waste money). Hence, the more economical option is to use a Maksiwa edgebander. Your machine will make accurate cuts every time so that you can save big.  Better Results Saving money is always a fantastic perk. But, realize the precision of a Maksiwa edgebander will also yield better results.  Straight, accurate cuts mean your trim will line up perfectly with the plywood underneath. As a result, your projects will look even as can be! Everyone will think that you used high-quality, solid wood (which is the whole point of edge banding). 
It's hard to recommend one Maksiwa edgebander over another. After all, every product features the brand's innovative designs and high-quality construction.   However, it's worth noting that not all models are the same. Each has unique selling points that often make one better for you than another.  Not sure which machine in our Maksiwa edgebander collection is for you? Here are a few of the most important features to keep in mind:  Compatibility With Different Edge Banding Materials  The standard edge banding material is ABS, which normally doesn't exceed a thickness of 2 mm. Hence, most edgebanders can handle this width.  However, if you plan on using a different material, you may need to get a more heavy-duty machine. Ensure you can check its limitations when it comes to thickness. Otherwise, you risk not being able to complete your projects or even ruining your machine. Feed Rate Feed rate refers to how many meters your machine can process every minute. If you're a casual woodworker, you shouldn't need anything with a feed rate higher than 5 m/min. For industrial applications, however, you may require a machine with a feed rate of at least 25 m/min.  Size and Portability Of course, you need to make sure you have room for your machine in your shop. And if you plan on taking it to job sites, you should choose a portable model.  Price Price isn't the most important factor, but it's definitely something you should consider. Fortunately, when you shop our Maksiwa edgebander collection, you won't have a hard time staying within your budget! We offer the lowest prices around while ensuring you still get access to the Maksiwa quality.