SCM to present various timber construction solutions at DACH+HOLZ 2024


SCM will exhibit at the upcoming DACH+HOLZ International trade show from 5-8 Mar 2024, with solutions and technical demonstrations for the timber construction industry.

Among some of the solutions that will be featured include the OIKOS XS CNC machining centre, the OIKOS XL+ CNC machining centre, the DMC SYSTEM XL sanding-calibrating machine, the Maestro active beam&wall HMI software, and more.

The OIKOS XS is suitable for the production of straight beams, prefabricated walls, trusses, roofs and blockhouses — structural elements that require fast operations such as cutting, and more complex operations such as drilling, routing, dovetails and slots for hardware.

Workpieces to be processed with OIKOS XS can have a maximum length of 16m, a maximum width of 450mm, and a maximum thickness of 240mm, and the feed rates can go up to 3m/sec.

Maestro active beam&wall HMI software

The Maestro active beam&wall HMI software has various functions for simplifying CNC machining of timber construction elements. For instance, it allows the production of elements of the same section but which are part of different projects to be optimised on the same raw bars to minimise material waste.

It also has the possibility of exploring the workpiece and taking measurements. It manages routine maintenance, machine alarms, work shifts, printing of labels and creation of production reports, and different levels of authorisation can be enabled for each machine operator depending on their capabilities, to protect the machining centre from incorrect manipulation.

The OIKOS XL+ is SCM’s new CNC machining centre for the production of columns and structural beams, with a maximum cross-section of 1,250x610mm.

This solution has inherited all characteristics of OIKOS XL, further amplifying them with the addition of a second independent machining unit with a 1,150mm diameter saw blade.

Lastly, the DMC SYSTEM XL is an automatic sanding-calibrating machine that has been enhanced with new units that enable operators to process both top and bottom face of cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels up to 3,700mm-wide and 500mm-thick.

These new units, to be presented at DACH+HOLZ 2024, are the bottom roller unit, the top/bottom pad unit, and the ‘piggyback’ crossbelt unit, modules that can be combined and integrated with each other according to the customer’s production requirements, thus offering high configurability and versatility, optimising operating costs.

SCM Group will be exhibiting in Hall 10, Stand 421.

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