Standalone technological solutions and integrated, intelligent and sustainable processes. So much that's new at the SCM stand to meet any production requirement. Two XIA – Xylexpo Innovation Awards were granted to SCM’s Digital Factory and Blade Off, the predictive safety system for circular saws.
SCM was once again a key player at Xylexpo, on a special occasion for the Italian Group, as it celebrates 70 years of innovation and success by the side of the entire woodworking sector.
At its innovative and multimedia stand of over 2,000 m2, SCM recorded a huge turnout of professionals, experts and schools specialising in woodworking as well as great opportunities in terms of orders, negotiations and contacts. SCM offered its vision for a digital, connected and integrated production: a Digital Factory model that was also awarded at Xylexpo Innovation Awards. It supports the customer with the most complex challenges of mass customisation, making the processes faster and more sustainable, keeping down costs, consumption and waste and simplifying management. A system of Smart&Human Factory flexible, automated and modular cells was on offer for the first time in two distinct versions for industry and the joinery. Flanking both processes is a rich integrated offering of software, MES and digital services on display in the “Digital Integrated Woodworking Process” area. Software and services that support the customer at each stage: data preparation, planning, production, monitoring and after-sales assistance, by increasing efficiency and connecting the office and factory.
SCM also presented its new products for woodworking, such as gabbiani gt2, morbidelli cx220, olimpic 500, stefani sbx, windorflex and mini startech cn k.