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Weinig at Ligna 2015: Technology offensive on a broad front.
Industries, products, managers

28 April 2015

Weinig at Ligna 2015: Technology offensive on a broad front.

The Weinig Group will underline its "Technology Offensive 2015" at Ligna in Hall 12 with a range of innovations. At the center will be the introduction of new generations of technology. The core themes will be resource efficiency, flexibility and networked production. In addition to the major premieres, there will also be pioneering developments on shows in the product unit Profiling as well as in the window manufacturing, cutting/gluing and joint technology segments.
Furthermore, Weinig will be demonstrating its expertise as a complete provider of machines and systems for solid wood processing. Weinig Concept, the engineering arm of the company, will be presenting system technology through to complex production lines. In the immediate vicinity of Weinig's solid wood processing stand, the business unit Panel Processing will be exhibiting its range in Hall 11. Holz-Her will be in Hanover with innovations in edge banding, CNC processing centers and panel cutting.

NEW: Systems technology for large and small production lines.
Weinig will be exhibiting the world's first fully-automated pre-cutting system in Hanover in OptiLink, the Weinig software solution for 2D optimization. The line includes a CombiScan 200 R scanner for ripsawing and cutting, a ProfiRip 450 Speed optimizing circular saw and an OptiCut 450 FJ+ III high-speed optimizing cross-cut saw with ST 10-1500 automatic stacker. The entire system is connected via the OptiLink software , which was initially presented as a concept in 2011 and now comes to the market as a solution for the networked production process of production lines with several scanners. Additional highlights of the system include the new generation of the servo drive for maximum cutting performance under continuous operation and the fixed length cutting from 80 mm for higher timber yields. The modular system concept enables capacity to be extended up to 4 OptiCut units. The system comprising the EasyScan scanner and OptiCut 200 Elite optimizing cross-cut saw celebrates its premiere as a standard solution for simple applications in rip optimizing. OptiCom Direct enables the system to be consistently operated and controlled.
For more information contact Mr Klaus Mueller:

Weinig Strasse 2-4
Tel +49 9341 860
Fax +49 9341 8631125