Warsaw Machinery provides woodworking and metal working equipment for non-ferrous, paneling, plastic & wood industries. Industrial machines include CNC band saws, dovetailers, dadoers, routers, drill heads, hopper feeders and frame clamping assembly equipment in the Handy, MBD and Tyler brands.
Warsaw Machinery Provides Tyler Multi-Spindle Panel Router for Slot-Wall Display and Storage Panels
Warsaw Machinery, Inc.
610 South Detroit Street
Warsaw, IN 46580 • USA

Phone • 574/267-5355
Fax • 574/267-5366

Warsaw Machinery manufactures industrial metalworking and woodworking equipment lines including Tyler, MBD and Handy.
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Tyler multi-spindle panel router from Warsaw Machinery is used to manufacturing slot-wall display and storage panels (made in the face of wood or composite panels). Panel router is equipped with six, three-spindle router heads that allow for 18 simultaneous parallel cuts; can cut up to 40 pieces per hour.

Tyler® Model 2400 Multi-Spindle
Panel Router

Tyler® Model 2400 Multi-Spindle The Tyler Model 2400 Multi-Spindle Panel Routing Machine is used to manufacture a display panel product known as "slot-wall". A series of parallel "T-slots" are made in the face of wood or composite panels. The panels can be used in the manufacture of store fixtures for displays, and for commercial and residential buildings for display and storage areas.

This panel router can handle panels from 48"×97" x 1½" through 24"×24"×½". The Model 2400 is equipped with six, three-spindle, 3.00" fixed center router heads, which allows for a maximum of 18 simultaneous parallel cuts. The nominal production cycle rate at the maximum panel size is 40 pieces per hour, though production rate varies depending upon workpiece size, density and cutting tool style.

The Model 2400 is available with router spindles on 3", 4" and 100 mm centers. T-slots can be cut lengthwise, crosswise or at any angle in panels from 1'×2' through 4' x 8', with an optional 5' x 10'. All T-slots are cut in one pass and all cutting is done "from the bottom" to accommodate dust collection and to assure the uniform depth of cuts.

Machine controls include a two-hand station for starting the automatic machine cycle, and push-buttons or selector switches for motor control and machine set-up. The machine also has dust collection outlets at each end of the lower rear side, as well as a cutter access area.


Tyler® Model 2400 Multi-Spindle Panel Router PDF literature.