Consistent, safe, and powerful power feeder with the right speed for your job.
The Cantek DC70 Short Stock Variable Speed Power Feeder is a patented 7-wheel variable speed power feeder and is the newest power feeder in the award-winning DC series line. For woodworkers looking for the capability of feeding smaller parts that tend to wobble with standard 3 & 4-wheel power feeders, the DC70 is the perfect fit. It is ideal for automatically feeding cabinet door parts, furniture parts, and more to a shaper.
Why Cantek DC70 Short Stock Variable Speed Power Feeder?
- Ideal for feeding of short material
- 7-rolls at 2.36” (60mm) which are closely coupled with a center to center distance of 2.43” (61.7mm)
- Universal stand allows the operator to change the feeder for vertical to horizontal feeding direction or angles as desired
- DC brushless servo motor requires 75% less energy with high torque
- Infinitely variable feed speed from from 7~86 FPM
Capable of Feeding Short-Stock
Feed shorter parts while maintaining secure hold-down due to the shorter distance between the rollers from center to center
DC Brushless Servo Motor
Save over 75% in energy costs while producing similar torque as 1 horsepower AC motor feeders, especially at lower speeds
Instant 90° Memo-Locking Swivel Adjustment
Swivel the power feeder and lock it in instantly – perpendicular or parallel to the fence with the memo-locking feature not found on standard stock feeders.
Variable Speed & Digital Controls
No more gear change-out. Easily identify your feed rate and change the speed with the turn of a button at 1 fpm increments until you reach your desired speed from 7-86 fpm
The gooseneck attachment on the end of the Power Feeder Stand allows for a quick 90-degree adjustment to position the feeder against the table or at a perfect angle against the fence – No more tinkering around with the joints to make sure it is in perfect position. Also adjust the feeder to incline feed when needed. An incline feeding adjustment indicator helps position the feeder at the desired angle.