The SPM101EZ Screw Pocket Machine debuted today at AWFS. This portable screw pocket machine weighs only 66 lbs and is very portable. “Our engineering team did an impeccable job in making this idea a reality. In fact, this SPM101EZ Screw Pocket machine is engineered with many of the same features that have made our SPM301 […]
Still less than five years since entering the market, our Screw Pocket Machines have redefined joinery operations in wood shops. Machining a pocket with a 6 degree pilot hole in under a second, our SPM301 and SPM301HD Screw Pocket machines make quick work of wood. Lifelong Woodworker and owner of Moore’s Country Woodcrafting, Inc, Robert […]
State-of-the-art Screw Pocket Machine is made in the USA and Boasts a Multitude of Features and Benefits Ham Lake, MN – Safety Speed Manufacturing, a leading provider of panel processing equipment, is pleased to announce the introduction of the SPM301HD Screw Pocket Machine. The SPM301HD showcases an all-new heavy-duty, direct drive continuous electric spindle motor […]
No muss, no fuss. That’s the beauty of screw pocket joinery. This popular mechanical method for securely and permanently joining two pieces of wood involves routing a “pocket” at a low angle into one workpiece and joining it to another workpiece with a self-tapping screw. Screw pocket joinery can eliminate gluing and clamping. Pieces properly […]
Safety Speed Manufacturing will display 1,000 square feet of American-made technology at the International Woodworking Fair, Aug. 24-27 in Atlanta. Safety Speed is taking advantage of North America’s biggest industrial woodworking event to present a full representation of its product line. The only way a woodworker could see more Safety Speed machines under power at […]
Safety Speed Manufacturing officially kicks off its 2016 events season Thursday, February 18 at the Graphics of Americas show in Miami Beach, FL.
1. Why Screw Pockets? Traditional wood joinery evolved over hundreds of years into the twentieth century when electrically powered machinery became common place. Nearly all forms of traditional wood joinery involved the use of large, expensive, complex, and frankly dangerous machines. The most wide spread forms of joinery, such as mortise & tenon, dovetail, finger […]