In the past, tools used by DIY workshops, skill workshops and schools are largely standardized tools such as table saw, band saw, drill, router, chisel mortise, sander, woodworking lathe, etc. Despite their conveniences for woodworkers, and precision wood cutting, shaving, scraping, sanding and drilling, we will discover upon understanding the entire process of woodworking that there lacks an efficient and integrated tool for making internal joinery, i.e. joints and bolts.
As a woodworker, I particularly like the joinery part of woodworking and recognize its difficulty, tediousness and how time-consuming it is, especially in making tenon and mortise joints. A slight variation in tightness can determine the success or failure of a creation, and we are even going into the difficulty of compound angles, which require multi-face and multi-step processing. For all joiners, fitting joints and bolts takes up 80% of the time spent in making a piece of work. Those who have not gone through strong foundation training will have difficulty achieving any breakthrough; beginners can only yearn for precision and efficiency. With the invention of the Universal Copy Woodworking Machine, we have completely changed the way woodworking is done, allowing users to pick up the skill easily.
Once the angle required and processing depth are set, with rapid laser positioning, precision processing can be achieved easily, giving users more time to let their creativity run wild.
To do a good job, a woodworker needs a good tool. Having a good tool helps us simplify problems and make work more efficient. For woodworking enthusiasts who have been stuck with power tools and large CNC machines, the introduction of Universal Copy Woodworking Machine makes woodworking easy. It is compact and efficient, providing more convenience for woodworkers and instructional use.