Venjakob Maschinenbau exhibits at Holz-Handwerk 2024

The company can develop complete finishing lines for a wide range of requirements. They can be fully automatic or customized – everything from a single source.

 

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Venjakob Maschinenbau, the German specialist for individual finishing lines, will once again participate in this year's Holz-Handwerk in Nuremberg.

The show runs from March 19 – 22, 2024, at the Exhibition Center in Nuremberg, Germany. Venjakob said it is exhibiting in Hall 9, booth 9-202. 

The focus will be on the Ven Spray One spray coating machine, which is an alternative or supplement to the manual spray booth for craftsmen and small businesses, the company said.

The compact spray coating machine is designed to meet the needs of entry-level users. Visitors to the stand will be able to get an idea of the Ven Spray One and learn about other system features.

Rethink your coating processes
Venjakob said that users can reduce paint consumption, achieve reproducible results, and respond better to customer requirements. In the industrial production of furniture, windows, doors, stairs, and building elements, the company said that surface treatment is the most important part of the entire manufacturing process.

Entering the world of automated coating with the compact Ven Spray One.

Venjakob develops customized solutions to simplify and optimize surface coating processes, making them more economical, and presents these concepts to interested visitors at its booth.

Combined finishing processes
In addition to spray coating, dipping, flow, or curtain coating, Venjakob, in cooperation with Wo-Tech, has been expanding its expertise in the field of roller application systems for several years and offers sophisticated solutions for a wide range of applications, including the application of hot melt adhesives.
 

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