Wood (or wood-like) coating and finishing machines and systems include processing equipment for wood and wooden-based surfaces, or materials with similar characteristics.

These machines are used to apply finishing products (paint, dye, oil, wax, etc.) to improve the wood’s duration and resistance. Wood painting machines may also include preceding or following processing or treatment phases, such as: object cleaning or brushing; object thermal conditioning; mechanical processing with chip or painting product removal (grinding, sanding, abrasive brushing, etc.); curing of the paint’s volatile substances; finishing product hardening via thermal, chemical or photochemical process; operator’s manual intervention (such as touch-ups, stain wiping, buffing, etc.), which include one or more automatic transportation systems. Painting machines generally include rollers that apply the primer coat on the workpiece, and a rubberised application roller that adds the paint. Painting machines and systems can be used on all wooden parts, from flat panel surfaces, to linear strips, to 3D components with 3 surfaces to process, such as chairs, furniture or assembled windows.