The sanding experts

Experience the sanding solutions provided by KÜNDIG

Welcome at KÜNDIG. We produce edge and wide belt sanders for craft as well as for industrial purposes. Besides our main field of application, the many branches of the wood processing sector, we do as well have decades of experience in finding customised solutions for specialised surface sanding and texturing applications on a wide array of different materials.

   

Standard machines such as our recently launched base model Master and the top-of-the-range joinery model Perfect are currently in great demand, but there is also a trend among joiners towards ever more lavishly equipped machines. In addition to industrial plants and special applications, joineri...

We’re proud to present a new innovation of ours - the KUNDIG Uniq-P. This high precision edge sander is perfect for calibrating edges with extremely small tolerances. Due to it having a sliding carrier table with a thought out fixation device, the work pieces cannot be pushed away from the sanding u...

A lot of engineering and innovation went into this exciting and complex project. The result: a sanding machine the likes of which most of us don't see every day. The main difference to a normal wide belt sander is quite obvious: Instead of a feed belt running around the machine table, in this design...

Kündig recently delivered a sanding machine to a well-known manufacturer of medical technology. This company uses it to process its hygienic stainless steel surfaces, which are also found in the production of vaccines, for example against Covid-19. The compact sander has a contact sanding unit with...

Previously only available on special order, the extra wide Xg and Hg cross belt units are now in our standard catalog. This version of our cross sanding units allows the use of extra long sanding belts. The standard X and H units, which are already aimed at users with the highest demands, are even s...

This machine is used in the large scale furniture industry for processing continuous MDF. The MDF is brushed from below and sanded from above to prepare for subsequent gluing and laminating. The upper side is finely sanded by two diagonal sanding units located in separate upper machine heads. In ord...