IPCG has distribution channels worldwide. Please Contact Us for more information.

We distribute worldwide, please leave your contact information by using our online inquiry form via following link: Click here

YES! Our knowledgeable industrial solution specialists would be pleased to work with you to determine the best solution for your projects. Please feel free to Contact Us!

Please contact your regional dealer. If a response is not received in a timely manner, please Contact Us to seek further help. 

IPCG always ships machines along with a copy of Operation Manual. Your vendor usually has an electronic copy should you need one.

Supply voltage of 230V and 460V are the most common setting. If you have other need, we encourage you to add machines to the inquiry list and specify the requirement.

Reliable and industry-recognized brands such as Schneider Electric, Siemens, Mitsubishi, Yaskawa Electric, etc.

Yes, it is possible. Please contact your regional dealer to see which machine(s) they have available for demonstration.

Yes. We offer ProLock quick change nut as an option. All you need for tooling change is a simple Allen wrench.

We, IPCG, work with industry leading manufacturers to provide you the best solution for your applications. Simply Contact Us and we will be pleased to discuss about your new projects!

Yes, our machines can meet UL/CSA/CE standard should you require.

Moulding, Edge Processing, Finishing, Grinding, Laminating, Material Handling, Milling, Panel Fabrication, Panel Sizing, Planing, Profile Wrapping, Ripping, Routing, Sanding, Veneering, Packaging, etc.

Yes, our machines can meet UL/CSA/CE safety standard should you require.

Please perform the following troubleshooting steps:
1. Check the wire connection of the "Start/Stop" button in the control panel.
2. Check the wire connection at the motor end.
3. Check if the magnetic contactor is functional.
4. Check the related electrical circuit.
If problem persists, please contact your machinery dealer. 

The problem may be caused by the faulty limit switch or its wire connection at the infeed gate. Please check the wire connecting the limit switch and main control circuit. If problem persists, the limit switch may need to be replaced.