Wood Ed, a woodworking machinery virtual reality training system, is being distributed in North America by Taurus Craco Machinery. Developed by Mimbus, the training system provides a safe yet realistic approximation of woodworking machinery for training new equipment users. It will be shown November 5-7 at thre WMS 2015 show in Toronto.
The 2015 edition of the Woodworking Machinery & Supply (WMS) Conference and Expo will bring the world's leading players of machinery, tooling and supplies right to the doorstep of the Canadian woodworking industry and all signs point to a dramatically larger show.
Richelieu, WMS booth #1014 & 1015, is bringing its astounding array of woodworking and specialty hardware products to Canada’s Premier Woodworking Machinery Exposition (WMS) at the International Center in Toronto, November 5-7, 2015. The Richelieu booth will be organized into two sections to give attendees an in-depth look at new products and trends and accomodate live workshops.
Owners who thought their shops that were too small for a CNC router or machining center, or that found them too complicated to run, will will be able to learn more about compact and simplified solutions during a conference sessions and at the WMS 2015 woodworking machinery show in Toronto.
The largest wood industry event in Canada -- Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo – is officially bigger and better than years past. More than 200 exhibiting companies and thousands of woodworkers will converge on the International Centre near Toronto November 5-7 for this important global industry event. A favorable US/Canadian exchange rate and awesome conference program makes it a good time for U.S. woodshops to to neighboring Canada.
Muskoka Cabinets added robots to load and unload CNCs, under the control of its its enterprise-wide computer system. Working with Quebec-based Automatech Robotics, Muskoka Cabinets is the first cabinet manufacturing company to use this type of robotics in manufacturing. President Luke Elias will explain the technology project at the Conference at WMS 2015 November 5.
Massuni, a customizable furniture order and manufacturing start-up, says it plans to launch a version of its system in China in January. An updated version of the "furniture configurator" for North America will also be launched, says Jeff Wilson, founder and CEO. Wilson will present an update on Massuni's technology and business plans at WMS 2015 in Toronto.
Samir Shah is developing an out-of-the-box additive wood manufacturing technology that would bypass steps in th lumber milling process to convert wood into furniture, cabinetry, doors, and home furnishings. At the Conference at WMS 2015, he'll explain the concept, and how far he has come in the development of his 4 AXYZ machinery.