Visitors to the forthcoming W Exhibition at the NEC will find a new themed display as well as new products on the two Daltons Wadkin stands – G610/710 – together with a thought-provoking illustration reference the company’s operator training activities.


On display for the first time at a UK exhibition will be a Salvador S250 automatic programmable cross-cutting system (picture above) incorporating chain loading and automatic unloading. Also from the highly successful and popular Salvador range, the Classic 50 upstroke cross cut will be shown together with the newly introduced Salvastop measuring stop device with touch screen control. 

Also making its debut at the NEC, the all-new Stenner ST100RS band resaw will be put through its paces enabling visitors to see the advances in specification and performance incorporated in this development of the already-widely accepted ST saw range. 

A new look to the highly capable and versatile Kimla CNC routers will also be noted, the latest development of the BPF2131 being demonstrated throughout the show. 

Although already featured in the Daltons Wadkin portfolio, the latest fully-automated vertical panel saw from Dutch manufacturer, Elcon, will have a strong presence, and its fast, safe and labour-saving capability will be shown to full advantage. A virtual beam saw in an upright plane, the Quadra pioneered programmable vertical cutting within the panel and sheet materials industry. 

Edgebanding equipment by Cehisa, a machine from the Küper planer/moulder range incorporating touch screen control and fully automated settings and examples from the Altendorf panel saw and Wadkin classical machine brands make up the display. 

The company’s increasing involvement in operator training is not forgotten and training personnel in addition to machine sales, technical staff and demonstrators will be on hand to assist and welcome new and existing customers and friends to what Daltons Wadkin hope will prove to be both an interesting and inspiring visitor experience.