Sensational quality plus modern technology = outstanding planing results!

Solid, cast iron planing tables, Silent-POWER cutterblock system plus many other exceptional details on the A3 31 combine to achieve the striking ­surface planing and thicknessing results. The innovative machine ­technology of your A3 31 also offers sensational value for money – see for yourself!

 

 

Silent-POWER cutterblock

For tear-free results, low noise and twenty times the usable blade life, the Silent-POWER cutterblock offers outstanding value.

Also available: a 3 knife quick-change, self-­setting cutterblock system ­enables simple and accurate planer knife changes in seconds.

 

See the benefit of a Silent-POWER cutterblock

 

Motor 3kW (4hp) single phase (3 phase available)
Weight 290kg
Working width 310mm
Thicknessing width 306mm
Knives Silent-POWER spiral block
Maximum workpiece thickness 225mm
Feed speed 6m/min
Length of tables 1400mm

Specs shown are for the standard model we offer, but Hammer offer a wide variety of options, so talk to us about customising a machine to suit you.

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

A3 31 Planer Thicknesser
A3 31 Planer Thicknesser
PT310S Planer Thicknesser
PT310S Planer Thicknesser
A3 41 Planer Thicknesser
A3 41 Planer Thicknesser
Motor 3kW (4hp) single phase (3 phase available) 2.5kW single phase with 15amp plug 3kW (4hp) single phase (3 phase available)
Weight 290kg 175kg 360kg
Working width 310mm 310mm 410mm
Thicknessing width 306mm 305mm 406mm
Knives Silent-POWER spiral block 3 Silent-POWER spiral block
Maximum workpiece thickness 225mm 200mm 225mm
Feed speed 6m/min 7m/min 6m/min
Length of tables 1400mm 1250mm 1800mm

More details on the A3 31 are available on Hammer's website, including full details on the Silent-POWER cutterblock.

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Made in Austria, Hammer machines are for hobby and small business requirements and offer a fantastic price-performance ratio. Part of the Felder Group.

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