Since 1952, a leading producer of machinery and systems, as well as service provider, for the woodworking industry
Our 3 major production centres in Italy boast a record annual production output of over 17,000 machines, supported by the largest distribution network in the industry and an excellent after-sales service.
2475 Satellite Blvd.
Duluth, GA 30096
The screw pocket machine that has set the standard for face frame assembly and furniture parts, the Castle TSM 21 and 35 have been an important part of joint assembly for many companies. In our area especially for the RV Industry. Castle introduced their new CSI machine at the IWF Show last year. This machine not only makes the pocket but also shoots the screw in.
B & B Machinery is an authorized dealer for Castle and carries in stock their TSM 21 and 35 models, along with drill bits, router bits and parts.
talpresse Gauss builds machines and automatic work cells for the light alloy casting, mainly for the automotive industry, with a focus on excellence, technological innovation, quality and production flexibility.
The Company provides advanced solutions backed by 50 years of experience acquired worldwide and offers prompt and professional service to ensure optimum performance and durability of products, wherever they are.
Italpresse Gauss is committed to increasing its leadership position and worldwide presence, by providing cutting-edge technological solutions. Since its establishment in 1969, Italpresse Industrie has produced high-pressure machines and automatic work cells for the die casting of light alloys. It has been a technological leader in the industry since the 1970s with the introduction of foundry automation and with the development in 2005 of the two-platen machine.
Gauss Automazione, established in 1967, supplies work cells for gravity and low-pressure light alloy die casting, mainly for the automotive industry.
For over 40 years, Ritter has been a name that was synonymous with American made industrial woodworking machinery. Ritter has earned a reputation of reliability and dependability with it’s products and also excellent customer service. Ritter’s signature reputation is for heavy, ruggedly built and user friendly machinery. Today, Ritter is a recognized name in the worldwide woodworking industry and is one of America’s leading woodworking machinery manufacturers.
In March of 2016, Ritter was moved to Holland, Michigan under new ownership. It will now operate under the name Ritter Machinery Company and will be building the same machinery that Ritter has built for the last 40 years.
We know that Ritter has a long history of serving the woodworking industry and we look forward to furthering that commitment to excellence in the coming years. Please contact us today and allow us to help you with your future woodworking machinery needs.