Published on : Thursday, June 27, 2019
SCM Group is gearing up to introduce futuristic technology at the AWFS from July 17 to 20, 2019. Booth 8200, 8214, 8600 and 8607 will soon turn into a hub of innovations and demonstrate new developments in digital productions and automation systems. They will further showcase a cutting-edge production model based on digital and automation systems and allowing for advanced man-machine interaction and 360-degree control over the entire production flow.
Visitors will now get an opportunity at the AWFS show floor to explore first-hand the process to produce doweled cabinets. They may further enjoy the rare opportunity to check out the functionality of the new NeXting CNC morbidelli x200 will label the material sheets and automatically load the panels to be drilled, grooved and sized. The x200 will then unload the nested parts on a conveyor belt where the 7-axes robot will identify the parts. Depending on the part type, the 7-axes robot will stack the carts or load/unload the Omal dowel insertion machine. After this process, the parts will be manually moved to the edgebander and then to the assembly area. In the assembly area, a collaborative robot will dispense glue on the dowel holes and back grooves. Simultaneously, the mobile robot will use docking stations to move material between the Flexstore – Gabbiani panel saw, the 7-axes robot cell, and the assembly area.
SCM with next edition of Smart& Human factory to enhance American excellence
Secondary woodworking technology specialist SCM will presents its next edition of Smart Manufacturing since it has last launched the “Lean Cell 4.0” in the previous Hannover Fair. After experiencing meteoric growth of over 700 million in the past two years, SCM has now concentrated on developing technologically advanced products to meet industry requirements.
Soon they have accelerated their industry production for past two years with the last automated innovation “Lean Cell 4.0”, now SCM concentrated on introducing Smart Manufacturing. The team from the woodworking giant is working hard to demonstrate the “Smart & Human Factory” at the fair ground. The “Smart&Human Factory”, a cutting-edge production model based on digital and automation systems and allowing for advanced man-machine interaction and 360-degree control over the entire production flow. This model is based on highly innovative, flexible, modular and easily reconfigurable systems, designed to respond in an increasingly effective and fast way to the challenges of mass customization.