Honzhan New HZ-R1325F Four heads pneumatic woodworking cnc router

Honzhan New HZ-R1325F Four heads pneumatic woodworking cnc router
Manufacturer, wholesaler
Beiyuan road, Jinan city, Shandong province, China
Brand name:HONZHAN
Model number: HZ-R1325F
Category:Wood Router


1. Application materials:

Plate-type furniture, custom furniture, office furniture, solid wood furniture, wooden cabinet wardrobe, cabinet door, closet door, MDF wood doors, craft wooden door, paint free door,

TV cabinet, computer table, bedside table, shoe cabinet, bookcase, entrance cabinet, display cabinet, medicine cabinet, wooden speaker, wooden kitchen cabinet, screen, craft window.

Applicable to many kinds of wood plates, automatic switching processing, high-speed intelligent cutting, slotting and drilling.

It can be used for large area MDF wood board and solid wood boards’ plane milling, engraving, hollowing, cutting, 3D relief etc diversified processing, wide range of uses, cost-effective.

2. Features:

1). Four process switching head, tool change process is uninterrupted, the automatic tool change program can process the product in large quantities, automatic execution without manual intervention.

2). High power 6Kw air cooling spindle have functions of carving, milling, drilling and cutting.


Work area (X,Y,Z)

1300×2500×200mm (4×8×0.6ft)

Travelling speed

40m/min (max)

Working speed

20m/min (max)

Working voltage

AC380V/3PH/50HZ, optional 220V, 110V

Spindle power

Air-cooled 6KW×4

Spindle speed

18000 RPM×4

Device architecture

De-stressing and finishing milling, one molding process,

Anti-jamming independent cabinet, high structural stability and small deformation

Driving system

Leadshine servo motor and driving system, optional Delta, Japan Yaskawa

Operating system

ShenZhen Shanlong operate system with handheld, optional Taiwan Baoyuan, Taiwan Syntec windows control system

Transmission parts

Alloy hardened Rack and pinion, Taiwan LAAK linear rail and TBI Ball screw
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