C.R. Onsrud and IMA Schelling America have announced that the companies have reached an agreement to form a strategic sales and engineering alliance.
Modular cells and industrial systems, other product innovations are growth leaders. SCM Group is reporting sales growth in 2016 over 2015, with estimated revenue of nearly $635 million, along with innovations in the fields of human resources, production and global presence.
IMA Schelling America has recently completed construction of a new showroom in its U.S. office in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Considered the “future of productivity,” Industry 4.0 has already had a significant impact on woodworking processes, including the panel processing arena.Improving communication has been key to its development. “Industry 4.0 requires connectivity between the machine and the data exchange source, i.e., network,” noted Peter Tuenker, managing director at IMA-Schelling America.
Considered the heart of the edgebander, if the glue pot is not functioning at 100 percent, then neither is your machine. Here are four tips for maintaining a good glue pot.
SCM Group is helping bring the lean manufacturing message to its customers. Jim Lewis and Brad Cairns of the Center for Lean Learning spoke at an SCM Group event recently on lean thinking’s effect on improving productivity with and without automation and technology.
Homag Machinery North America has opened a large new 100,000-square-foot production location in Kentwood, Michigan, and held a grand opening event to mark the occasion.
Panel processing and the integration of machines and technology were discussed in a recent webcast. Broadcast recently, “Panel Processing in the 21st Century,” addresses a number of developments including panel sizing, edgebanding, material handling systems and software.
Here are three things you need to know about aggregate tooling technology and its role in machining wood and composite panels.