Friday, September 30, 2022
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SCM once again gears up to take centre stage at the latest edition of Xylexpo 2022 that will welcome the industry from October 12 to 15 in conjunction with Bi.Mu at Milan, Italy. The trade fair will be a special opportunity for the Group from Rimini to celebrate its 70th Anniversary with customers, dealers and media partners. SCM’s first woodworking machine, L’invincibile dates back to 1952 and from there, the beginning of a long history of international successes that continue to this day, with 750 million Euro in turnover, over 4,000 employees and a globally unique range of products and services to meet all the production demands for wood machining.
With an innovative, multimedia stand of over 2,000 square metres in Pavilion 22, the Group from Rimini will present its vision of the digital, connected and integrated factory, designed to accompany all the businesses and fields of application in the sector: from artisans to large industries; from furniture to windows and doors and from woodworking to timber construction.
Integration will be one of the key concepts that will drive the experience of visitors at SCM’s stand. The Smart&Human Factory model already successfully applied by global manufacturing leaders, will present different innovations aimed at making customer processes even more efficient and sustainable and will be re-proposed in two specific versions for industry and artisan.
There are a lot of new entries in process software, at different stages of wood-working. Considerable interest is also expected for easyFlow, SCM’s new MES plug&play that is simple, scalable and available even to artisan businesses, and Thundercut, the cutting optimiser-sequencer that brings the potentials of a circular saw closer to the most powerful industrial panel saws.
Latest key technologies on display are;
Made in SCM innovation will encompass the entire range of solutions on show for the industry: sizing, nesting, edgebanding, drilling, assembly and packaging as part of panel machining; integrated SCM Surface Technologies for sanding, pressing and painting to meet all the demands for surface treatment with exclusive, state-of-the-art finishing results; technologies for windows and doors and solid wood machining; squaring, including the latest for click furniture; systems for timber construction and 4.0 woodworking.
Equally innovative will be the presentation method of the various new entries with 7.5x3m LED wall, multimedia and interactive systems, video cameras and 3D flow animations ready to let visitors enjoy a unique, real-time experience on each production process. As well as the daily demo and interviews with SCM professionals in the new “Scm News” feature, there will be no lack of remote connections with SCM’s Technology Center to present the new entries on show at the trade fair and take a closer look at them.