Biesse Group presents “factory of the future” solutions at Holz-Handwerk

Biesse Group at Holz-Handwerk (Image: Biesse)

Biesse Group is presenting its latest automation, digitisation and software solutions at Holz-Handwerk in Nuremberg, Germany. Visitors will be able to discover how to create a connected, automated factory using the technologies and software solutions that offer fast, optimised production without sacrificing customisation.

“At Holz-Handwerk, participants visiting the Biesse stand can learn how to set up their digital factory simply and effectively. We will present a new machine concept at the fair: thanks to the software and services integrated into the machines, you will see how to enhance their potential and reap concrete benefits such as ease of use, time savings and optimisation of production costs,” said Raphaël Prati, chief marketing and communications officer of Biesse Group.

“We offer customers the chance to simplify the process of creating their products, going far beyond the mere functionality and performance of the machine.”

Among some of the solutions are the manufacturer’s three integrated automatic cells, consisting of the Rover B Edge machining centre with Synchro, Biesse’s loading or 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.

Biesse is also featuring its new Winline, a multicentre for the independent production of standard and unique windows and doors with the utmost simplicity and precision.

Visitors is also privy to virtual reality space in Biesse’s stand. In cooperation with the company Signum Digital, Biesse has created a visitor experience in line with an increasingly digital and ever-growing world.

Beyond physical solutions, Biesse is also demonstrating its digital solutions, presenting its Digital World through the Digital Hub, a space created to accompany the customer along a path showing the various stages of a 4.0 factory’s construction. The SOPHIA Internet of Things (IoT) platform, B_SUITE package, and Smartconnection software for in-house management will also be demonstrated, all of which covers the entire process from generation through to scheduling and production.

The company will also see the presentation of the new partnership between Biesse Group and IMOS, a global company and point of reference in the production and distribution of software for the furniture and woodworking industries.

Ettore Vichi, commercial director wood EMEA – APAC of Biesse Group, elaborated: “We are proud to present the partnership with IMOS, through which we can raise the technological and digital level of Biesse solutions, offering software specifically designed for cabinet design and construction.

“This major partnership will allow us to offer the market a complete, high-level solution, covering all production phases, from cabinet design to production, ensuring continuous and highly specialised assistance at all times.”