TORONTO - Wood Ed, a woodworking machinery virtual reality training system, is being distributed in North America by Taurus Craco Machinery. Developed by Mimbus, a technology firm located near Toulouse, France, 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 the WMS 2015 show in Toronto. Mimbus announced August 24 that it has partnered with Taurus Craco Machinery Inc. to bring the machine to North America, where it will be on display at Booth 2605.
Founded in 1994, Taurus Craco has developed considerable expertise in the wood manufacturing industry and offers a wide range of woodworking machinery. It has also started two new divisions in construction related fields, in stone equipment and polyurethane foam injection systems for thermal insulation.
Taurus Craco will offer the Mimbus training suite for the wood industry, WOOD-ED, and have acquired the training simulator for woodworkers - the WOOD-ED Table, which will be premiering at WMS 2015 on November 5-7.
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