HOMAG and WEINMANN: upcoming hybrid events to provide news about wood and timber construction

EDGETEQ S-500 edgebanding machine supplemented by LOOPTEQ O-600 gantry return – intelligent automation leads to interlinked material flow with high performance.

From 25 October to 19 November 2021, HOMAG and WEINMANN will provide news about machines, cell solutions, digital products and production methods in woodworking and timber construction at their HOMAG Treff and WEINMANN Treff 2021.

The face-to-face events and demonstrations in Holzbronn, Herzebrock and St. Johann will come with the well-known online format Live.HOMAG, with webinars and promotion videos on key topics and highlights. Among other topics, HOMAG will be presenting on intelligent automation, process optimization and further development of mobile operation. Visitors will also get to know how they can use digital assistants from HOMAG to increase performance and efficiency while ensuring sustainability.

Below is a brief overview of the planned topics.

Automation sets new standards

Fully automated installations – such as the SAWTEQ B-320 flexTec panel dividing cell for batch-size 1 production, or WEINMANN’s autonomously operating cells for automated production of building components with industrial robots – set new standards in terms of performance and flexibility.

Intelligent automation creates an interlinked material flow with high performance. This is the case, for example, with the LOOPTEQ O-600 gantry return system as a supplement to the edgebanding machines of the EDGETEQ S-500 series.

Equipment thought through

New equipment variants and clever software assistants increase efficiency and create more transparency in production, for example, with the latest version of the storage management system, woodStore8.

Another new addition to HOMAG’s equipment portfolio is a specially designed interchangeable container for fast and unmixed switching between ethylene-vinyl acetate and polyurethane hotmelt adhesives in edgebanding machines.

Sustainability and conservation of resources

Digital assistants such as the Cutting Production Set support the user in optimising cutting and reusing offcuts. This not only saves costs and materials, but also helps to protect the environment.

Technologies such as the newly developed MOVETEQ F-530 turning table, for fast, safe and material-saving production of elements in timber frame construction, also meet the increased requirements in terms of sustainability and conscious use of resources.

That’s not all

There will also be news in the CNC area this coming autumn, not yet published at the time of going to press because they are very current.

More information on the various contents, dates and venues as well as registration for the online formats will follow in the coming weeks and can then be found on HOMAG’s website.