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  • HOMAG City at LIGNA 2013
    with the necessary order data At the same time files can be automatically identified by barcode or RFID alternative production routes taken into consideration or faulty parts ejected The software module MMR Machine Monitoring Reporting encompasses all production data which can then be centrally logged in the office Welcome at HOMAG City INDUSTRY Highlights in Hall 26 Plant engineering expertise from a single mold Structural elements a complete house from the HOMAG Group Windows doors staircases parquet and timber frame house The new powerTouch control generation New BHC 912 dividing center from WEEKE High volume lightweight processing Bespoke furniture production From the perfect surface to innovative packaging technology Seamless machine logistics and software solutions Efficient window production Banding inclined edges with processing center BAZ 700 5 000 sq m of wood industry expertise including 40 machines and much more PRACTIVE Highlights in Hall 11 Workshop concepts to meet every need flexible modular simple efficient Zero joint technology for woodworking shops with BRANDT air Tec World premiere A new dimension in sanding technology with no contact tracing from BÜTFERING World premiere WEEKE BHX 200 Powerful drilling performance compact vertical Sawing storage combination and Easy2Feed for perfect handling Machine logistics and software wood CADICAM from a single mold World premiere BMG 316 with gluing section in a 5 axis trimming spindle 1 500 sq m of wood industry expertise including 30 machines and much more PRACTIVE More than just a workshop How can we expect tomorrow s workshop to look The extensive PRACTIVE range from the HOMAG Group opens up new perspectives for flexible production in the woodworking shop sector from attractive 3D room planning software for the point of sale through production to delivery There is improvement potential in every workshop Innovative PRACTIVE solutions for practically every requirement help this potential to be exploited to the full The growing customer expectation of individualized solutions makes flexible production a must starting with material storage and handling systems A saw for instance can be upgraded with the integration of a Domino System labeling and stacking concept or a nesting machine And further downstream sanding machines CNC processing centers edge banders with return conveyor and the patented laser Tec process for zero joints all play their part in ensuring perfect workpieces Individual machines can be networked to create flexible production cells which allow joiners to respond rapidly to the requirements of tomorrow The decisive factor here is an integral system of software The HOMAG Group offers software solutions from a single source which are designed to ensure an optimum work flow In this way PRACTIVE takes care of customer oriented and flexible solutions along the entire process chain eco Plus 30 energy savings Producers who are able to save energy time material and human resources will enhance their productivity and substantially reduce their costs This is precisely what the eco Plus technologies from the HOMAG Group are designed to do What is the extent of the potential from energy consumption savings alone A company

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  • LIGNA ecoPlus
    potential for savings achievable simply in terms of energy consumption becomes evident by taking an overall view A company which opts for HOMAG Group solutions from the saw through the edge banding machine and processing centre to the sanding machine can make energy savings of up to 30 This is made possible by more than 100 individual measures which go to make up the eco Plus concept In total these technologies make production substantially more profitable faster and also easier on the environment These are the factors that matter and they sum up the HOMAG Group approach to sustainability Saving resources enhancing productivity As an innovative market leader the HOMAG Group has always been a pacemaker for the market with its pioneering new developments HOMAG Group products help contribute towards resource saving production through enhanced plant and machine productivity which in turn helps reduce the input of resources and consumption of energy HOMAG also places the focus firmly on the highly efficient deployment of machines and continuous optimization With watchwords such as innovative control technology intelligent standby systems efficient extraction concepts and reduced compressed air supply Homag is working towards ecological benefits such as reduced power consumption and more efficient

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  • LIGNA 2013 - Plant engineering expertise of the HOMAG Group
    with the very highest technical standards A particular area of the company s expertise lies in the networking and integration of all individual components into overriding systems The HOMAG Group Engineering Department designs every production line according to individual customer specifications and to an excellent professional standard Plant engineering expertise from a single mold As a supplier of complete plants for everything from series production down to batch size one requirements with outputs ranging between 500 and 10 000 parts per shift the users benefit with a number of decisive advantages A high tech plant whose components are sourced from a single one stop supplier Professional cooperation from the concept phase through to implementation One experienced contact partner responsible for every plant component HOMAG Group Engineering Where everything comes together Project processing by the HOMAG Group Engineering team offers a whole raft of decisive benefits As a system supplier the team offers everything from a single source Design and planning implementation and aftersales support Direct access to the pooled expertise of all the group members ensures optimum coordination The benefit for customers a single point of contact with responsibility for all plant components HOMAG Group Engineering guarantees solutions complying precisely

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  • LIGNA 2013 Live-Ticker
    machines are we talking about here What is your response to growing competition from the Far East Markus Flik We manufacture high tech products and technically challenging smart solutions for our customers This calls for the extreme innovative drive and the expertise we are able to call on here in Germany supplemented by the concepts provided by our own HOMAG Group Engineering All these factors are vital to the achievement of high quality mechanical engineering We are thoroughly committed to our made in Germany ethos Obviously we also produce machines at HOMAG Machinery Shanghai but only those destined for the Chinese market as this allows us to compete with local suppliers in keeping with the principle of local products for local markets This means we save high transport costs and customs duties and so are able to offer our machines locally at competitive market prices We have adopted the same approach with HOMAG Machinery Bangalore in India and HOMAG Machinery São Paulo in Brazil What will the Ligna mean for HOMAG in 2013 How much importance does HOMAG attach to this fair And what will be the scale of your trade fair presence this year in Hanover Jürgen Köppel The LIGNA is the world s lead fair for the woodworking and processing industry which makes it our number one event The LIGNA is the lead fair for innovation and you may rest assured that as the world market leader we will be raising the bar once again in 2013 Featuring our traditional HOMAG Group InnovationCenter we will be making an unmistakable mark for the woodworking industry once again as the LIGNA s biggest single exhibitor We aim to move world markets again this year and the LIGNA provides exactly the right platform to showcase what we have in store We

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  • Project business success: HOMAG Group breaks through the 100 million Euro barrier
    towards batch size 1 production in Germany But high flexibility production is also starting to play an increasingly important role in parts of Asia too An order closed for the first entry level batch size 1 plant in China confirms this growing market development Innovations such as laser Tec have since become the established standard in the office furniture industry Another renowned office furniture manufacturer from Germany has decided to go down the laser technology route and to convert its worldwide component production to produce parts with zero joint With demand on the increase in other areas too the market penetration of this premium edge processing technology is set to gather strength With reac Tec HOMAG Group customers are setting new standards in terms of quality and economy in the field of surface technology in furniture production With two new production plants for surface and edge coating the HOMAG Group will be dispatching its first customer orders for this economical laminating process during 2012 A company which produces lacquered and RTA furniture ready to assemble and whose worldwide customers include IKEA has invested in a high efficiency streamlined series production including a total of four large scale plants and several individual machines After 10 years working successfully in partnership with the HOMAG Group this modern furniture producer has opted to place its trust in HOMAG high tech plants once again What has clearly emerged The innovations showcased at the LIGNA have already become successfully established in the marketplace Well out in front is the laser Tec method for high grade edge processing with zero joint followed by the FK31 power Trim profile trimming unit which sets a whole new quality standard in edge finish processing or the patented reac Tec method for surface and edge lamination Enjoying equal success in

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  • completeLine: 18 years on the road to success
    quality expectations while still remaining economical in terms of production costs The result still claims undisputed pride of place in today s furniture production industry Over 95 of plants used worldwide originate from the HOMAG Group With the complete Line process still patented by HOMAG today a new generation of laminating technology was born back in 1994 In a joint development with FRIZ HOMAG Group Engineering took the world of conventional laminating technology by storm over 95 of all the plants installed around the world for complete panel sizing profiling lamination and longitudinal edge wrapping originate from the companies of the HOMAG Group F our sides a single pass The vision of the early days had become a reality What emerged was an ingeniously engineered high performance laminating method for the four sided coating and finishing of panels Consequently both the surface of the furniture elements and also the longitudinal edges are coated with decor material in other words the workpiece is completely wrapped The items of furniture that find their way into the living room are high quality pieces without a visible join in the visible area produced in a single pass Thanks to different working widths the process is ideally suited for the furniture industry The steps which make up the production sequence can be equated to a perfectly coordinated team working together The first stage is panel sizing and profiling of the raw chipboard panels with subsequent surface coating The plants achieve production speeds of up to 60 m min depending on the adhesive used dispersion glue urea PU or EVA The open pored profiled longitudinal edges are then sealed hot melt glue UV lacquer or UV cross linking hot melt glue This process step is extremely important and forms the basis for the creation of smooth impact resistant furniture edges despite the use of low density chipboard and extremely thin coating materials During the last stage the final special work step distinguishes these as uniquely special workpieces Wrapping of the narrow surface on the longitudinal edge From L type to U type profiles with butt joint for coating underneath all customary edge profiles can be realized using the complete Line method Nothing out of joint The jointless transition of the decor foil over the surface and edge unlocks the door for furniture manufacturers to achieve almost unrestricted design freedom All available paper thicknesses substrate materials and surface types structure high gloss etc are suitable At the same time quality is substantially enhanced and serviceability improved Particularly noticeable for instance is a flawless surface finish for the edges of profiled chipboard panels or extreme edge impact resistance all factors which address the growing quality expectations of furniture buyers Performance increase of up to 35 However significant the technical and qualitative benefits of a process may be economy continues to play a major role With the complete Line technique users benefit from a staggering 35 performance increase over conventional laminating methods Short resetting times when changing edge profiles

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  • LVT flooring production and its special features
    onto for example MDF substrate panels which primarily adds variety to the product s rigidity and handling facility Generally speaking there are two main types of producer Some which manufacture the raw material in roll form and who have not operated a flooring rip cutting and profiling plant so far The others are established laminate or cork flooring producers who buy in the raw material and utilize partly their existing plant technology To do full justice to the material specific properties of PVC belonging to the group of thermoplastic materials however a number of technical adjustments are needed These have already been implemented in a number of LVT lines and proven successful in production The main terms of reference which apply here include Adjusted workpiece transport system due to minimal bending and compression resistance of PVC Cutting optimization with specially adapted tools Optimization of extraction technology as a result of changed chip behavior The relevant technical features have been developed at HOMAG to address these different needs When selecting the most suitable workpiece transport system generally speaking the so called parquet line is used as this ensures optimum handling of the soft and scratch sensitive LVT surface These are profiling machines equipped with workpiece clamping systems without support rails underneath and with integrated pressure shoes from above In conjunction with the high precision HOMAG transport chain which has proven highly successful for a number of years in the parquet sector using this system height tolerances of 0 03mm can be guaranteed without endangering the sensitive surface Depending on the minimum workpiece width to be implemented one of the transport systems depicted above is selected always with a view to achieving the maximum workpiece contact surface to the chain pads Due to the low flexural strength of the material particular attention is paid to achieving the maximum possible workpiece clamping to ensure the optimum absorption of cutting forces For each individual processing step an individual 3D CAD cross section drawing is generated together with the workpiece the tool and the profile used To address the growing demand for narrow parts and to eliminate any tool application angle restrictions a new series with a narrow chain 30 mm in width was developed for lower production speeds of up to max 100 m min lengthwise see picture above As impact sound insulating soft materials are being increasingly used also for reverse side lamination of LVT flooring the technical requirements for this product also had to be taken into account in the development This issue was solved with the application of pressure shoes from above with integrated rollers In the case of the cross machine particular attention was paid to these flexible material characteristics in the magazine area with the development of a magazine specifically for processing LVT This permits product contact over the entire surface coupled with added flexibility for different product lengths In addition in the dog infeed area the lowest plank is drawn downwards using vacuum to guarantee absolute infeed reliability

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  • 20 years of woodWOP
    available The use of component technology allowed recurring processing operations to be quickly and simply programmed For customers who operate machines with gluing sections the version jump to wood WOP 4 5 which took place in 1999 represented a major step forward For the first time in the marketplace automatic C axis swivel action was implemented From this version onwards the necessary C axis adjustment to deal with curved contours took place automatically This meant a radical simplification of programming processes for units using the interpolating C axis In addition wood WOP 4 5 substantially simplified work with components The component browser Mosaic now offered users the facility to simply drag and drop components into the workpiece Using offset dimensions or the assignment of optional coordinate systems components can be placed practically in any optional position in the workpiece Single part processing with edge banding was revolutionized in 2002 with wood WOP 5 0 This new version reduced the programming of edge banding in the processing center essentially to choosing which edge processing operation was required on which workpiece contour Ever since this development edges have been practically conjured onto workpieces by the Edge Wizard All macros which had to be manually programmed in the previous version are automatically generated by the Wizard Rough trimming finish trimming air jet nozzle edge banding snipping flush trimming scraper blade to name just a few Since wood WOP 5 0 was launched gluing processes have been further optimized with the technology database Depending on small inside or outside radii the technology parameters in the wood WOP program are automatically adjusted for example to reduce feed distances or switch on heating lamps to increase edging material flexibility To this day these features remain an unique selling position exclusive to wood WOP But what about further developments If workpiece programs can already be generated practically automatically what still remains to be improved Actually there is still plenty of scope for improvement if we consider the headlong development of CNC technology over recent years CNC machines are now moving into practically the third dimension Ever more sophisticated processing unit technology and increasing use of five axis heads permit processing operations at the workpiece in every spatial axis In 2009 wood WOP 6 0 took machine programming into the third dimension The new realistic 3D depiction of workpieces with all processing operations allowed programmers to recognize straight away on screen if incorrect values had been entered The facility for simultaneously opening a number of different workpiece views left nowhere for errors to hide Even the suction cups and consoles were shown in 3D from this new version Another significant change was the facility for selecting deleting or shifting interactive processing operations in the graphic display Contours can also now be directly drawn in the graphic depiction wood WOP 6 0 is the fourth generation jump in the development history of the software Following on from OS9 DOS and Windows compatibility this version is now based on a

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