HOLZMA Treff factory exhibition runs from September 20 to 23, 2016, at which the Homag unit will show new panel cutting solutions.
CALW, Germany - For 50 years, the mechanical engineering company HOLZMA has embodied top quality and high precision in panel cutting. The story began with the founding of HOLZMA in 1966. At that time, it was new technical developments that drove the rapid growth of the company. Today, it is also optimally networked technologies and innovations for highly efficient production processes. HOLZMA offers its customers all this from a single source, allowing everything to be coordinated individually and flexibly from the start.
On this panel saw, combination air jets extract dust from the machine table, blowing it to the side vacuum collection units to keep the work surface clean. The Holzma dustEX technology is available from Stiles Machinery Inc.
Five of the seven products Stiles Machinery originally entered in the IWF 2014 Challengers Awards are among the 20 finalists recenty selected by the judges.
A NY California Closets franchise offered up tips to local closet and cabinet shops during a lunch and learn series hosted by Stiles Machinery.
September 24 – 27 saw international flags hoisted in Schopfloch, Holzbronn and Weinsberg. Trade visitors united by their passion for wood flocked to see the latest innovations and witness ground-breaking technology of HOMAG, HOLZMA and FRIZ in action.
Perfection at every stage is the theme of the HOMAG Group at the K 2013 in Düsseldorf. At the world's most important plastics fair, BARGSTEDT, HOLZMA, HOMAG and WEEKE will be exhibiting precisely coordinated processing machines. Each one is an impressive soloist in its own right, excelling in terms of performance and reliable quality, but once they are combined they are unbeatably efficient and allow operators to take a crucial step forward in their production processes. From 16 to 23 October, visitors to the K 2013 will be able to witness this live in Düsseldorf.
Canary Closets & Cabinetry says it is switching from serving residential consumers to sellng wholesale-only wood products production of closets, cabinets, and components, aided by Allmoxy cloud computing.
By Bill Esler
Many woodworkers are buying panels that are too big for their jobs. Others are not using the processing intelligence built into their machinery. Learn how to optimize panel yield and cut waste in this free webcast. Originally broadcast on July 31, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. CT.
Solutions to make daily work easier, to improve efficiency, to minimize errors, to increase flexibility and output – HOLZMA showcased a raft of innovations on this theme at LIGNA 2013. New technologies, new processes and a completely revamped product portfolio provide greater efficiency in panel cutting.