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“A high level of engineering expertise is deeply rooted in the DNA of our group of companies. With this, we create future-oriented machine and plant solutions for our market partners. These solutions increase efficiency and, at the same time, ensure significantly improved sustainability. At the upcoming LIGNA, we will showcase this with innovative solutions from our portfolio and new prom-ising digitalization solutions. They significantly improve our engineering pro-cess and project flow,” says Bürkle Managing Director Olaf Rohrbeck in his outlook for the world’s leading trade fair in Hanover.
One of the focal points is on the field of spray-coating. Bürkle is presenting a fully automatic ROBUSpro spray-coating system in combination with a robot handling system. A new air conditioning system is designed to be particularly energy-efficient and additionally ensures less overspray. In the entry-level model ROBUSeco, functional improvements such as in HMI operation and ad-ditional options for color and material changes ensure higher machine availa-bility.
The LIGNA could not take place in 2021 due to the pandemic. “In my opinion, it will be a real new start this year. At the same time, it will also serve as a benchmark for the future status of LIGNA as a global leading trade fair. Partial-ly, it will certainly be under different conditions than in previous years. We are taking account of this trend with a strong presentation of our digital expertise,” says Rohrbeck, announcing interesting new developments that Bürkle will be presenting to a broad audience at LIGNA for the first time. This includes the use of industrial edge computing, the possibilities of OPC-UA connections, and the further development of virtual commissioning/digital twins. Together with technology partner Siemens, Bürkle has established the cornerstones of a solid and future-oriented digital roadmap.
“We are very confident about the days of the trade fair in Hanover and expect a well-filled trade fair stand. We are excited to welcome many international and national customers and partners from industry and craftsmanship again after four years,” says Matthias Picker, Vice President of Woodworking.