Biesse Canada held a special Panel Processing Open House event at its Toronto area showroom on March 21.
The event included educational seminars on progressive techniques in nested based manufacturing and emerging edgebanding trends.
This was an opportunity to learn how to improve efficiency of your CNC router by adopting methods to improve quality while reducing cycle times of the nesting process.
In addition, the event covered the latest edgebanding trends including the growing popularity of textured and high gloss panels as well as a renewed interest in alternate glueing technologies.
“Our customers want to see proof of concept,” said Matt Fleming, vice president of sales.
“Seeing is believing and we are holding this event to show them.”
And with the continuing trend toward automation and Industry 4.0, Fleming said companied can start small and its at these Open House events that they can learn how to get started.
“It starts with software and machines that can communicate and most of our machines five years old and younger have that capability and certainly all new machines are future proof,” he said. “And certainly most of what you buy today will have the capability to accept data if you want to do that. So that means you can have them work together.”
“It’s baby steps if you want to start small, or you can go all in and we are here to show you how and make that a reality.”