The HUMMEL® belt sanding machine receives from the German Woodworkers trade association (Holz Berufsgenossenschaft) the "wood dust test" approval mark. Dust levels below 1 mg/m³.
Introduction of innovative training and processing concept Professional-Sanding-Technology PST®. The response to the seminar series Professional-Sanding-Training is very high from the beginning.
The edge and corner sanding machine FLIP® is awarded the "wood dust test" approval mark by the German Woodworkers trade association (Holz Berufs-genossenschaft) and is thus the first edge sanding machine in the world to work almost dust-free.
LÄGLER® sets the course for the future by extending the company premises at the Frauenzimmern location. Presentation of the SINGLE milling disc and the SINGLE additional weight.
LÄGLER® develops the single-disc sanding machine SINGLE for finishing or intermediate sanding and sub-floor preparation.
Development and market launch of the edge and corner sanding machine FLIP®. Made of glass-fibre reinforced plastic, it stands for a new generation of sanding machines.
LÄGLER® surprises the branch with the triple disc sanding machine TRIO. With its integrated, sensor-monitored dust extraction feature, it is the first floor sanding machine to be awarded the "GS wood dust test" approval mark by the German Woodworkers trade association (Holz Berufsgenossenschaft) and work almost dust-free.
Eugen Lägler develops the centrifugal sanding system and leads it to success in the rental sector in the cylinder sanding machines PROFIT / ELF 200.
The edge and stair sanding machine ELAN for sanding edges and wooden staircases is introduced as a lightweight alternative to the RANDMEISTER.
The edge sanding machine RANDMEISTER ("edge master") is launched on the market.
With the development of the legendary belt sanding machine HUMMEL® Eugen Lägler sets new standards in every respect. The uniqueness and quality of the machine has often been copied but never matched. Continually optimised, it still represents state-of-the-art technology even today.
Eugen Lägler develops and builds the RASANT especially for the Austrian market, which preferred smaller cylinder sanding machines.
The company was founded in Frauenzimmern/Germany. Eugen Lägler takes the daring step of setting up his own company together with his wife Gerda. He calls the first floor sanding machine he developed ELF – simply taking the first letters of "Eugen Lägler Frauenzimmern". The cylinder sanding machine ELF 1 and edge sanding machine ELF 3 are the first machines to be manufactured by the Swabian inventor, who was to revolutionise floor sanding.