Holz-Handwerk, which welcomed more than 110,000 visitors from all over the world at the previous edition of the event, represents an international point of reference for the manufacturing industry, offering guests the opportunity to discover the latest innovations and market trends.
Biesse is always at the service of companies in this sector, and as such, has decided to take the opportunity to present its latest automated solutions at the event in Nuremberg. In Hall 11, visitors will be able to discover how to create a connected, automated factory thanks to the highly-integrated technologies and software solutions that offer fast, optimised production without sacrificing customisation.
“The integration of the machine with the various production management systems, the connection with the machine and the understanding established with the operator enable the digitised factory to take shape: this is what participants will discover when visiting the Biesse stand,” explains Nicola Giombini, Commercial Director Systems.
TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTION
In Hall 11, Biesse will be presenting three integrated automatic cells, consisting of the Rover B Edge machining centre with Synchro, Biesse's exclusive loading/unloading solution that transforms the Rover machining centre into an automatic cell; the Selco WN2 panel saw, integrated with the Winstore automatic storage solution and with the Rover B FT machining centre, and the Brema Eko 2.2 compact vertical boring machine with ROS robot for loading and unloading operations. In addition, the edgebanding technologies present on the stand will include the Akron 1400 and Stream A automated single-sided edgebanding machines. The Viet sanding machine for smoothing operations will also be on display. With a particular focus on the world of windows and doors, and with decades of specialist expertise in this sector, the Biesse stand will also be home to the new Winline multicentre, which is particularly suitable for the production of standard and special window and door fixtures, for autonomous production with the utmost simplicity and precision. Visitors will be able to take a closer look at technological solutions that are more than just simple machines. This is possible thanks to the programming, planning and optimisation of production facilities, achieved using the B_SUITE package and SmartConnection, the new software for the in-house management of orders, from generation to scheduling right to the start of production.
THE SHOWROOM NETWORK
Customers will be able to visit the Biesse stand at Holz Handwerk between 12 and 15 July, but are welcome to come to the Biesse Group showrooms for a dedicated and unique experience on any other day of the year. Indeed, in recent years, Biesse Group has invested extensively at international level to ensure that the company has a local presence, in order to meet the needs of the customers in the countries in which it operates and assert the value of the Biesse brand and technologies. The company's network of showrooms around the world represents a concrete and distinctive example of these investments. The Ulm site in particular features the latest in machinery and technology for the processing of wood, plastic, composite materials, glass and stone.
“For us, customers are always at the heart of all our activities; they are the prerequisite for the professional and successful use of our technologies. We are delighted to be at their disposal, to offer a one-to-one visit to our showroom. We want to ensure that we can remain by their sides at all times in order to meet their needs, which is why we have planned a series of custom events throughout the year in every sector in which we operate. As such, we would like to invite all visitors not only to the trade fair but also to our showroom in Ulm, for a comprehensive and unique overview of our technologies,” announces Sebastian Marschner, Sales Director Biesse Deutschland”.