Cutting hard wood and soft wood up to 150 mm ( 6 inch ) wide - without any dust, no need for compressor and no electricity.
Does the above sound to good to be true?????? But it is the reality and has been for more than 100 years. There is no magic or no new technology behind – but the Morso range of miter cutter machines uses blades and not any rotating tools, and cuts all kind of wood, hard wood, soft wood, plastic, MDF etc. All of our miter machines are DUST FREE AND NOISELSS and now the Morso family has got a new member since the 1st of January 2014. – the ergonomic Morso F plus Ten with new working height of the table.
Morsø F plus Ten is still a manually operated mitring machine like the well known Morso F, which has been made since 1911.
The main and significant difference between the good old Morso F and the Morso F plus Ten is the working height of the machine. The first Morso was made in 1911, and at the time the Morso F was designed with the right working height. However, since 1911 everybody has grown taller, but the Morso F has not! Until today where the interest for the machine is a lot more than expected.
The main difference between the Morso F and the Morso F plus Ten is obviously the working height of the table. The working height on the Morso F is 84 cm which is quite okay for many operators. However for the taller people it means that quite a lot of operators leaves the Morso F on a pallet to gain the extra working height. The disadvantage with this solution is that you have to raise your foot higher to reach the pedal. Therefore Morso has now made the Morso F plus Ten, where the working height is 94 cm, BUT the height of the foot pedal is still the same and has not been increased. So no extra height for your legs – only better comfort for your bag, as you don’t have to bent over the machine while working it. To create a better and more ergonomic machine has really been the focus points.
Morso F plus Ten is built to last like any other Morso machine and comes with a five year warranty ( except for the use of blades. ) So the idea is that the Morso F plus Ten will cover the next 100 years and maybe in year 2114 we will add another 10 cm to the height!
As popular options for the Morso F and Morso F plus Ten is a manually operated digital measuring scale – available in any size from 1000 mm to 6000 mm – or the extension ruler to 2500 mm for the standard measuring system.
The Morso range also includes automatic electric/hydraulic miter machines, which are still dust free and very low noise.
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Danish design, production and innovation “Unique quality, precision and innovative solutions, which match the demands from top modern production facilities”. This has been the mission statement for Dan-List, since we started to design and manufacture the complex dowel boring machines back in 80’ies. Through many years of hard working experience we have built up an invaluable expertise from which we can offer our customers practical solutions to difficult tasks. Our knowledge continues to expand with the creation of each new innovative solution. This creates even more value for our customers within the wood work industry – not only in Europe but in the whole world.
Depending on the task, we start the design of the machine, based on our standard module for a dowel boring machine. We then modify this basic design to suit the customer’s needs 100%. This may include further operations, for example cutting the work-piece to the exact length, various routing operations for hinges, adding gluing stations, and various stages of automation into the production process. All components used are made in Denmark in our own factories. The dowel boring machines can be delivered with manual, semi- or fully automatic control systems and all are CE certified. Our main factory is based in Randers. Close to this location we have an additional facility in Langaa with its own production line. Our professional engineers have their main competence in specially developed machines and software programming. Additionally they have the expertise to produce turnkey solutions of extremely high quality, with a superb finish. Most of our engineers have been working with us for more than 10 years and are proud of every single machine which leaves our factory.
More than 100 years of history. Dan-List A/S was founded by Anders Nielsen Christensen more than 100 years ago on the island of Mors back in 1911. The first mitring machine in the world was produced on this island. Later it has become recognized as the best mitring machine in the world. The Morso F is also known for its durability and extremely long life – many of the machines made more than 50 years ago are still in operation today. Since 1911 more than 80.000 Morso machines have been produced and are still being made. Today Dan-List A/S is still family owned – controlled by the fourth generation.