Woodworking

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Manufacturer, Dealer and Lender Insight

For a Clearer Market Perspective, Start with EDA

True market insight means having access to the cleanest, most comprehensive market data available. Data that not only guides your critical strategic decisions, but also leads you to the real sales opportunities. With EDA's equipment-data platform of 73,506 buyers purchasing over 101,085 saws, sanders, routers and more, you’ll have true insight.

See what no other source provides.

  • Access to objective market share reports and data
  • Identity proven buyers of logging equipment as they enter your market
  • Monitor competitor activity and target their customers
  • Generate leads your sales staff will actually pursue
  • Identify and exploit emerging market opportunities, before your competition

Top 10 Woodworking Equipment Types

The count of units and buyers for the 10 most common equipment types in our database.

EQUIPMENT TYPE UNITS BUYERS
SAW (NEC) 28,137 19,543
ROUTER 11,224 8,529
EDGE BANDER 9,476 6,893
SANDER 9,169 6,447
PANEL SAW 6,079 4,562
DUST COLLECTOR 5,737 4,154
MACH CENTER(NEC) 4,969 3,272
TABLE SAW 4,821 3,761
WOOD BORING MCH 4,407 3,162
PLANER 4,369 3,778

EDA Online Solution

Our online interface is a robust business tool loaded with unmatched market insight and analytical tools. Including automated reporting, buyer equipment data from multiple sources, e-mail addresses, firmographics and more.

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    Having relied on EDA market intelligence for many years within a variety of job functions for several manufacturers, I can boil it down to this: the people behind the data know what they’re doing — and that expertise remains evident as the product has evolved into EDA Online.

    Shane Sirmons, Marketing Manager, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

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