Reliable Automated Machinery - Built to Last for Generations!
Lower Manufacturing Costs
Responsive Local Service and Support
Market Leading Software
Cutting Edge Manufacturing Technology
Backed by our team of engineers who are among the most experienced and forward thinking in the industry. We pride ourselves on our robust R&D capability and our continuous advancements, providing you the best solution for your production requirements.
Featured Machinery - Rolsplicer
The new Rolsplicer Generation II is designed to splice two pieces of lumber together, using nail plates, to create one long piece.
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Global, with a Local Presence
Spida Machinery was established in 1978 and has three manufacturing sites around the world: America, New Zealand and Australia. This means you have accessibility to our global expertise and knowledge base, no matter where in the world you are!
We’re locally focused. Not only do we manufacture machinery in each country we operate, but we also have local people in each of our locations. So rest assured, when you work with us, we have ‘boots on the ground’ resources for enquiries, manufacturing, installation, service and support.
Our focus is on people, not just products
People are at the core of everything we do at Spida Machinery. Our team consists of talented, experienced people with a range of diverse skillsets from engineering, CAD designers and fabricators, through to software and machine technicians and customer support.
Building positive and honest relationships with our customers is important to us. We provide local, responsive service, support and preventative maintenance. And we pride ourselves on being a long-term partner for our customers – given the longevity of our machinery, we’ll be working alongside you for many years to come!
What our customers say...
"We purchased the ‘Automated Apollo Saw’ a couple of years back. Wow! this saw has been a great addition to our truss plant. During the spike in lumber prices along with this saw’s ability to cut scrap into useable pieces, it has paid for itself in no time. The equipment is extremely durable to stand up to the beating it takes in a truss plant.
Jackie Crutcher - Manager, Wilson Lumber