LIGNA 2023: Efficient solutions from a single source by IMA Schelling Group

The IMAGIC L1 drilling machine in combination with a handling robot

Under the motto ‘Wood Vibes’, the IMA Schelling Group will be presenting its solutions in both the woodworking and board industries at LIGNA.

At Hall 12, IMA Schelling will display their combined sizing and edgebanding machine Combima, the flexible drilling machine IMAGIC L1, and the panel sizing saw fh 5 with robot handling. Visitors will experience live these three machines for different types of wood processing. Also on show will be the new software aimi developed by IMA Schelling for the controlling and networking of machines, as well as the entire plant.

Simon Waterbaer, director of sales at IMA Schelling Group, emphasised: “Not only do we offer a comprehensive portfolio of highly developed machines, but with aimi we also provide an end-to-end software solution that is ideally matched to the machines and offers options for networking the machines and controlling the system.”

IMA Schelling has developed an automated handling system for its fh 4 and fh 5 panel sizing saws

Visitors can also find out about the Combima’s new insertion system, as well as the further developed robotic sorting cell, the hl 1 high-performance unit for cutting and the new edge handling. In addition, the specialist team of the Consulting business unit will present its solutions for the woodworking industry and concepts for optimal production.

Furthermore, an overview of IMA Schelling’s technologies for conveying, lifting, sorting and storing boards will be presented by the Business Unit Board in Hall 26. With its intelligent and highquality cutting, logistics and packaging solutions, the business unit addresses manufacturers in the fields of wood-fibre boards, plywood boards and solid wood boards as well as board finishers.

IMA Schelling will be at Hall 12: Stands B50 and D50, and Hall 26: Stand E46.

Images: IMA Schelling Group

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