What will SCM be exhibiting at the upcoming Xylexpo?

SCM Digital Control Room

SCM has announced their participation at the upcoming edition of Xylexpo, along with a full programme of technological innovations they will exhibit.

Along with the physical display of their technologies, software and digital services, SCM will utilise multimedia and immersive tools for visitors to understand more of SCM’s range of products.

A Smart&Human evolution which will focus on everything new within the automated, integrated and complete processes, designed to meet the new production challenges dedicated to every field of application: furnishings and kitchens, windows and doors, flooring, timber construction, surface treatment, nautical and caravan industry, and joinery.

Integrated and advanced machines and systems will be showcased for each sector with the additional integration of CMS, an SCM Group company, technologies to machine material like glass, stone, metal, plastic and composites.

This includes solutions aimed at making the processes more sustainable and efficient even in batch-one production, while maintaining a high level of quality and design.

The new digital services enabled by the IoT Maestro connect platform also available in the new mobile version, will be on display.

The continuous exchange of information from the machine to the cloud means SCM can provide clients with rapid access to answers and specific advice which will assist the operators with their challenges and needs for autonomy demands, carrying out of maintenance and programming the machine and software. 

Other digital solutions to be featured include SCM’s Digital Control Room. Visitors can discover how the data is processed to provide proactive and advisory assistance services, with the aim of guaranteeing the client production continuity thanks to the most evolved digital technologies and the constant dedication of SCM’s Service team.

Also making its debut is SCM’s new MES, with even better performance levels and fully adaptable to the client’s needs. Some of the main advantages include easy configuration of the interfaces and the possibility of integrating with software and third-party digital services already provided by the client; an opening that SCM is placing increasingly more at the centre of its digital offer thanks to the partnership programmes developed with external house software.

The new eye-M console for all of SCM’s machines brings the bonus of ergonomics and ease of use to make the operator’s work easier. It boasts modular programming and increased computing power.

The common advantages of a large number of the groups’ new software include reduced expenditure and less material waste coupled with greater efficiency.

With regard to CNC machining centres and drilling solutions, SCM will present Maestro lab for both office and machine CAD/CAM programming.

This software transforms an idea into a finished product thanks to intelligent and technologically advanced programming functions and more than 150 already integrated apps.

Maestro active beam&wall is the new HMI software dedicated to CNC machining centres for timber construction. It allows quick, easy and all-round control, thanks to new functions such as 3D visualisation and advanced user management as well as a renewed graphic interface aligned with that of the latest generation of software.

For the beam saw, Maestro optiwise is the new cutting optimisation software for the gabbiani panel saws. Developed for programming production in the office, the software allows for the automatic generation of cutting diagrams identifying the best solution in terms of waste, time and costs based on the parameters selected by the user.

Another important new entry will be the opening of the new SCM-Superfici Technology Center in Villasanta, Italy, which can be visited during the trade fair, just 30 minutes from Rho-Milano.

These spaces have been extended and modernised to offer a wider range of technologies: not just the Superfici solutions for finishing and the SCM ones for sanding and pressing, but also other group technologies, to complete the clients’ processes.