• 3 Axis CNC

HPMT – Mortise and Tenon Machine

The HPMT has a working length of 48”. This machine has a full three axis CNC control. One spindle is used for the mortise work and a separate spindle is used for tenon work. Two working zones are used, allowing for left and right hand programs.

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Product Description

The HPMT performs the following functions:


  • Mortising
  • Tenoning

Standard Features:


  • X, Y, Z CNC axis positioning
  • 15″ Industrial color touchscreen for creating and selecting programs
  • 48″ zone for rails and stiles – Left and Right hand fence
  • 1″ tenon height (Standard)
  • 3 HP high frequency 18,000 RPM direct drive routing spindle for mortising
  • 6 HP high frequency 18,000 RPM direct drive routing spindle for tenoning
  • Drop down rear fences for referencing
  • 1″ thick machined aluminum work surface for reliable referencing
  • Material thickness up to 2″ (Standard)
  • Heavy duty 2800 lb. frame

Advantages of The HPMT:


  • Elimination of complicated machine setup
  • Provide a stronger product
  • Easy assembly by providing self aligning joints

HPMT in Action




  • Inside profiling HSK spindle
  • Inside plow spindle
  • Additional horizontal spindles
  • Dowel insertion
  • End Coping
  • Louver grooving
  • Hinge pocketing
  • Additional Horizontal spindles (Pilot Drilling)
  • Longer table lengths
  • CNC control of rail length sizing
  • Barcode reader
  • Networking
  • Offline programming
  • Parametric programming (Standard or built to customer specification)
Note: Standard features, options and information may change with or without prior notice.


All Pillar Machine Machines are built 100% at our Salt Lake City Factory.

The benefits of purchasing an American made machine extend far beyond simply supporting the “local” economy.

Additional benefits include.

  • Parts are all sourced from Vendors in North America.
  • This increases parts availability & and assures honest pricing.
  • Real Factory Support
  • When technical assistance is required you can often talk directly to the people that built, wired and tested your machine.

Made in the USA