Digitalization is driving new developments.
The HOLZ-HANDWERK trade fair, which is being held in Nuremberg, Germany this week, will see more advances in the digitalization of the industry as numerous machine, tooling and software manufacturers are set to roll out their latest innovations.
Biesse Group will showcase machines that are “able to communicate with each other thanks to automation systems and dialogue software that can imagine a product and simulate its construction and testing even before it's been created,” says Jacek Pigorsch, CEO of Biesse Germany.
Biesse will also showcase SOPHIA again, which enables its customers to access a wide range of services to streamline and rationalize their work management processes.
HOMAG Group is set to reveal its updated machine offerings with a new, modern design, coordinated new product names as well as introduce “tapio-ready machines for the journey into the digital future.”
Under the new motto “Design meets digital,” HOMAG has designed all the machines to be even more intuitive and unique for users thanks to progressive, function-oriented design and the innovative power of the operating system.
SCM, another leading producer of secondary woodworking machinery, will present its huge collection of hi-tech applications and services, including its Maestro Digital Systems, the platform of latest-generation smart digital solutions, perfectly integrated with SCM machines, to make every stage of woodworking easier and faster both for small-sized companies and for the largest multinational organizations.
Watch for more information on these new technologies at www.woodworkingcanada.com