Get outstanding results with Hammer's A3 41D thicknesser.

  • Sensational value for money
  • Solid cast iron planer tables
  • Silent-POWER cutterblock as standard
  • Innovative machine technology
  • Remarkably user friendly
  • Quality and precision that will last many, many years

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Adjust the thicknessing height

The maximum thicknessing height of 225mm permits the processing of large and heavy workpieces. If desired, the optional digital handwheel can be used to adjust the height of the thicknessing table with an accuracy of 1/10 of a millimetre.

Silent-POWER cutterblock

For tear-free results, low noise and twenty times the usable blade life, 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 330kg
Thicknessing width 410mm
Knives Silent-POWER block
Feed speed 6m/min
Maximum stock removal 4mm

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 41D Thicknesser
A3 41D Thicknesser
TH500 Thicknesser
TH500 Thicknesser
Motor 3kW (4hp) single phase (3 phase available) 2.2kW (3hp) 1 phase; 3.7kW (4.9hp) 3 phase
Weight 330kg 370kg
Thicknessing width 410mm 508mm
Knives Silent-POWER block 4
Feed speed 6m/min 4.9 - 6m/min
Maximum stock removal 4mm 6mm

More details on the A3 41D are available on Felder's website, including videos on many of the features, and full details on the Silent-POWER cutterblock.

Visit Felder's youtube channel for videos on the Felder Group range.

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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