History

WINTERSTEIGER WOODTECH

2019

Product innovation: TRC 1500

2019

Product innovation: TRC Manufactory

2019

WINTERSTEIGER acquires German machine builder SERRA

2017

Product innovation: DSB Singlehead NG XM

2015

Product innovation: DSB Compact 310 - Enter the world of precision thin-cutting!

2014

Product innovation: TRC Easy Plus. Machine for entry into the fully automatic timber repair process

2013

WINTERSTEIGER acquires majority share of VAP Automation GmbH

2010

DSG Notum thin-cutting frame saw introduced to the market

2009

Product innovations: thin-cutting saw blades with 0.7 mm cutting kerf

2006

Completion of the new saw factory in Arnstadt, Thuringia

2005

DSG 150 Eco/HT thin-cutting frame saw introduced to the market

2004

Acquisition of the BANHOLZER GmbH, Germany

2001

Start of production of carbide tipped saw blades for thin cutting frame saws

1998

DSG 200 thin-cutting frame saw introduced to the market

1993

Further development of the DSG 150 thin-cutting frame saw specifically for producing engineered flooring and pencils

1991

Founding of the Division Engineering. The thin cutting frame saw was upgraded for high quality wood thin section

1970

Development of a wood thin-cutting frame saw for ski production

1953

Founding of the company WINTERSTEIGER in Obernberg/ Inn
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