The surfaces are the first thing the customer sees and feels, which in many cases makes them one of the most important selling points - be it an oiled solid timber piece, veneer or lacquer work. It's the result that counts. Our sanders are there to help make sure, that not only the first, but also the second impression is as convincing as possible.
The oblique sanding technology has already made itself a name in the industry. It doesn't only allow customary parallel sanding. The unit can also be pivoted for cross grain sanding - resulting in considerably finer surfaces and less sanding traces, compared to the standard parallel sanding method. The Kündig exclusive oblique (diagonal) sanding technology is very versatile and can be used for solid timber sanding as well as for lacquer applications.
The "classic" wide belt sanding technology. It has come a long way in the last few decades and has proven appropriate for many tasks. KUNDIG Premium and KUNDIG Master series sanders incorporate parallel sanding and are well known for their reliability and their ability to produce very clean surfaces.
The improved cutting ability of oblique sanding units proves to be perfect for intermediate lacquer sanding. It allows the operator to use finer grain sanding belts than usual and is usually enough to produce stunning lacquer results. Combined with the cross-belt technology, which is also well known for its traceless sanding abilities, the oblique technology moves machine aided high gloss lacquer work to another level.
Brushes are great for structuring purposes, but not only that, they're also being used for the sanding of profiled surfaces, or to round off edges. It is a great addition to every wide belt sander and widens the scope of abilities. Kündig offers a whole variety of different brush options.
Depending on model range, we offer an extremely wide array of customisations and individualisations. Learn about the most common options here.
Surface requirements on window frames are moving closer and closer to furniture standards. The technical difficulties of creating such surfaces on weather exposed parts are often not known by the end user. The only thing that really counts is the result.
Kündig builds very compact sanders which are a perfect match for single parts oriented window production and can be seamlessly integrated into production lines.
In a frame-by-frame window production, there is one thing you can never have enough of: Width. Kündig offers working widths of up to 2200 mm as standard. The oblique sanding technology has distinct advantages with regards to frame-by-frame window production. Thanks to the double-oblique unit of the Vmax series which has been developed with window production in mind, the sashes can be inserted straight without having to rotate them, vibrations on the frame do not occur and sanding quality is top notch on long and cross grained sections thanks to the cross sanding effect the two oblique units generate. Subsequent manual sanding is, in most cases, no longer necessary.
No sanding, just planed or rough-sawn? These times are long gone. Architects and customers expect best visual quality even on load-carrying components - and this means: Sanding. Kündig offers specialised wide belt sanders that can handle the weight and size of laminated beams.
Due to the complex shapes of stair components, cross grain sanding is often inevitable. This is why a big number of stair construction experts favour the oblique sanding technology. The pieces are becoming smoother, the need for manual sanding is reduced considerably.
Industrial sanding applications are mostly output oriented. The need for fast feed rates and high surface finish quality must somehow both be met. This can be achieved using Kündig top and bottom sanding machines.
Whether it be exotic materials like foam glass, honeycomb structures or cork, whether it is aeroplane brakes or those on a 1000hp supercar - the sanding experts at Kündig are widely regarded by industry professionals as those who would likely find a solution to even the most specialised of surface processing challenges.