Felder has expanded and invested heavily in its factory in Hall in Tirol. In 1990, the company presented the first combined machine with a Format sliding table which further consolidated Felder's leading position in the combination machine market. At the same time, the company presented the first professional stand-alone machines to the professional world. In 1994, the K6 Format buzz saw marked the break-through in the world market for professional stand-alone machines. Felder advanced from being a combination machine specialist to a full-range supplier of standard woodworking machines for home use and professional applications. The development and manufacturing of inexpensive woodworking machines under the Felder brand "Hammer" enabled Felder to successfully compete with cheap products from the Far East by 1997. The great international success of both brands, Felder and Hammer, resulted in the further expansion of production and assembly facilities in Hall in Tirol. In the wake of the internationally successful manufacture and sales of professional stand-alone machines, demand for heavy woodworking machines increased. In 2001 Felder presented a new professional machine series for the trade sector, commerce and industry under the Felder premium brand Format-4. In keeping with our motto "All from one source", the Format-4 range has been expanded to include CNC processing centers. In 2005 edgebanders were included in the Felder and Format-4 programme. In 2007 the Format-4 range of products saw the arrival of panel saws and hot plate presses.