Duluth, GA - The tools to transform a great idea and a splendid project into practical, effective and functional products. A link between great ideas, great projects and making a dream reality, this is the mission that SCM GROUP has been pursuing for over sixty years.
After the great success achieved at the prestigious Salone del Mobile di Milano (Milan Furniture Show), where Scm Group in collaboration with Federlegno Arredo and Culturalegno presented the “I Wood Like - Handmade & digital crafting” event, SCM GROUP is now proud to announce another historic debut by exhibiting at the upcoming ICFF (International Contemporary Furniture Fair) in New York.
The I Wood Like event is a concrete and practical demonstration of how an idea for a chair, a table or an item of furniture becomes a finished product, and how this can provide an excellent opportunity for many young people in the future; all this with the help of technology. A unique and extraordinary opportunity where woodworking machinery will be taken into one of the most recognized furniture fair in USA, representing the best of Italian and international manufacturing for the first time ever.
The project involves SCM GROUP working alongside Federlegno Arredo (Italian federation of companies involved in the transformation of wood and its derivatives) and Culturalegno (a cultural association that promotes the culture of wood and traditional, handcrafted and artistic woodworking) who will work together to demonstrate the many transformation processes available, and underlying values and the possibility that wood offers by experimenting with your own creativity and starting your own business.
During the four days event, SCM GROUP will demonstrate how to transform raw materials into finished products using handcrafted processes and high performing technologies.
SCM Tech Z5 machining centre will be in full operation at booth# 2828, demonstrating live how to create the “Vaulted Table”, a splendidly innovative “table/sculpture” designed by the London-based Bloomlab Architecture & Design.
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