LAS VEGAS -- Superfici America, Inc., the North American division of Italy-based Superfici, will be introducing their latest Industry 4.0 live remote connectivity app, and demonstrating their Compact spray machine at AWFS July 17-20, 2019.
The app, known as My Finishing , will connect Superfici America customers with their machines, providing remote capabilities, and allowing operators to view and control their production in real time.
Steve Bosley, vice president of Superfici America, said, “We're very excited about My Finishing and the secure connectivity it gives to our machine owners, allowing them to access their machines' PLC for data reports and remote programming, in addition to being able to receive real-time alarms and maintenance reminders. The app even gives them the ability to live-view their lines and spray cabin interiors from any device, anywhere in the world."
In addition, Superfici America will be demonstrating the finishing capabilities of their Compact spray machine, and showcasing their Mini sprayer at Booth #8207.
As part of the Woodworking Network’s Finishing Symposium, https://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/events-contests/awfs, at 2 p.m. on July 16 (the event begins at 9 a.m.) at this year’s AWFS Fair in Las Vegas, Superfici’s business unit manager Gloria Valtorta , will join territory manager Michael Anderson for an informative 40-minute presentation on the latest trends in finishing solutions, automation, on-line connectivity, and Industry 4.0.
We, as producers of finishing systems, experience every day new inquiries about specific needs from our customers, and I am excited to fly in from Italy to share our expertise and wisdom as it relates practical measures and technology trends that will help them achieve their desired productivity, and profitability,” Valtorta said.
Superfici America’s Michael Anderson will be featured in a 15-minute Rapid Fire presentation at AWFS Fair Live (Booth #9784) at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 19, answering the question, “How Small Is Too Small?”
“Many smaller business owners aren’t sure if the volume of product they produce warrants or will financially support making an investment into an automated finishing machine,” Anderson said. “This brief presentation will answer that question, and give them clear guidelines so they can know when it makes sense for them to purchase an entry level machine.”
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