Model EH


Morso Model EH mitring machine is a fully automatic electric/hydraulic mitring machine, with a noise level below 70db - the perfect machine to cut picture mouldings in production - wooden, plastic and MDF mouldings.

In principle Morso EH does the same work as the Morso F, but with the Morso EH you have your work done automatically by pushing two push buttons. The Morso EH is safe to operate as you must activate both push buttons at the same time to have the machine work, and therefore you cannot get your fingers underneath the knives. With the Morso EH you can do production all day long. The Morso EH can be delivered either single phase or three phase with voltage to your requirements.

If you compare the Morso EH to a double mitre saw, you will find that first of all the cut with a saw is not as clean and accurate as with the Morso EH. Secondly, there will very often be a problem with the dust from the saw.

On Morso EH there is no dust, as the waste of the moulding is lead straight to the ground, which means it is not necessary to buy and expensive dust extractor.

Another thing is the waste of the moulding. By using a mitre saw, there will always be about one centimetre of waste per cut, but if you use the Morso EH, the waste is minimized to about 1 mm per cut.

A difference to one centimetre may not sound of much, but if the number of cuts are 200 per day, the unnecessary waste of mouldings is 200 cm per day, which is about 520 meters per year..... (Working 5 days a week....).

The Morso EH is supplied with the same standard equipment as the Morso F, plus it has:

  • extension table to the left side,
  • automatic rebate support and moulding clamps,
  • measuring scale 1,500 mm with two adjustable stops - you can cut the short and long length of a frame without having to re-adjust the measurements,
  • automatic cutting cycles for both large and small mouldings - which means that the machine always does the trim cut, which is very important,
  • adjustable length of stroke ( 3 positions ) - when using the lowest cutting position the cutting cycle of two cuts only takes between 1 and 1.5 seconds.