IMA Schelling launches “Welcome to the Neighbourwood” hybrid event

Everything revolves around digitisation, technological innovations and individual solutions at this virtual and real event to which IMA Schelling invites its customers and all interested parties from 3 to 7 May 2021. The focus will be on having a spontaneous exchange of information – whether live on-site or online – and participants will have the possibility to talk personally with individual specialists.

This hybrid Open House event held in Spring 2021 is a special approach to meet demand for information amid the pandemic. Participants can expect a colorful mix of exclusive live presentations, fascinating impulses and interesting expert round tables. During these five days, they can inform themselves about the latest developments and the problem-solving expertise of the specialist for high-end workcell solutions in the woodworking industry and, in this process, visit machines and workcells.

Also completely new – by taking part in a survey, interested parties can have a say in deciding which topics and key issues will be addressed at the Open House 2021. The key issue framework will cover digitisation, technological innovations and individual solutions.


All participants are invited to expand their knowledge about the ZIMBA IIoT platform and gain detailed insight into the IMA Schelling software landscape of the future.

Technological innovations

The highlight of this key issue is the exclusive live presentation of the new IMAGIC L1 drilling machine for batch-size-1 production. Also in focus: the new generation of fine finishing units and fully automated tape handling for the efficient production of tomorrow.

Individual solutions

Performance and success are not a coincidence – hence, IMA Schelling offers a number of efficient and space-saving storage solutions and panel cutting concepts for every performance class. Of course, these concepts should not be missing at the Open House, and neither should any solutions for predictive maintenance, demand-oriented service concepts and future-oriented robotic solutions.

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