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  • HOMAG with new processing solution for LVT flooring
    on compared to laminate They are also extremely resistant to abrasion due to a PUR layer or lacquering with highly wear resistant lacquers have a minimal add on height and can be laid using the simplest of means While products laminated onto HDF MDF substrates continue to suffer with expansion problems due to the effects of moisture this problem does not affect the new solid LVT products Their minimal installation height of just 4 6 mm is another added bonus More information Laminated products on HDF MDF substrates have been produced to date in most cases by existing finished cork product manufacturers and manufacturers with existing equipment for foil or HPL laminating These manufacturers found it a relatively easy matter to substitute the previous surface material by outsourced LVT material Profiling takes place in the familiar HDF MDF substrate with only an optimized tool required for trimming the LVT top layer As this product has similar strength properties to those of finished cork parquet for instance it can also be simply packaged and stacked ready for shipping using the existing automatic packaging plants We consider laminated LVT to be only an interim product The main advantage of LVT over all other options lies in the manufacture of solid products with a glue free locking system profiled into the material This is why our development efforts have concentrated on the profiling of thin solid LVT products explains Roland Dengler Flooring Team Leader at HOMAG Engineering This threw up the following challenges Profiling extremely thin and soft products Transverse profiling presents a particular challenge here as the products tend to yield towards the outer ends and have to be supported Prevention of smearing and melting of the material during profiling Prevention of shine in particular in products with highly structured surfaces Reduced

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  • Laminating technology – the next generation
    cost green production The project planning remit naturally encompassed both economic and ecological requirements The declared aims Favourable production costs and high environmental compatibility Also central to the remit was the elimination of the known drawbacks of hot melt gluing in particular in comparison to urea gluing These included Low moisture resistance of the glue joint both with EVA and PO adhesives PUR is excluded from this comparison for cost reasons Low temperature resistance primarily in the case of EVA adhesives with low softening point Soft surface when using APAO based hot melt glues Cost intensive soft and pressure sensitive glue joint Process complexity and susceptibility to faults as well as complex process monitoring New adhesive new application method It quickly became clear that the defined targets could not be achieved using available adhesives A new development was called for which would be capable of addressing the demands of the new process in terms of temperature and moisture resistance hardness of the glue joint and last but not least in terms of cost The companies HOMAG and Henkel AG Co KGaA Düsseldorf a specialist in wood adhesives and a reliable supplier to the industry with its Dorus brand were on the same wavelength right from the outset And because the issue of glue application also necessitated a complete rethink the partners invited a further highly competent associate the company Nordson Deutschland GmbH based in Erkrath to come on board The outcome of this development consortium is a new type of hot melt glue with no open time Glue application is performed using a new specially developed generation of wide slot nozzles which allows work with application volumes of 20 g m² and upwards This makes a major contribution towards cost saving By comparison Using existing hot melt gluing methods with EVA consumption is between 50 to 60 g m² as proven through exhaustive testing in the research department of HOMAG subsidiary FRIZ The major challenge facing the machine development team was the fact that the open time of the new adhesive tends towards the zero mark In previous systems the heat capacity existing in the melt was sufficient to bridge the short delay between glue application and the laminating process This brief time window is no longer available when using the new reac Tec process This necessitated adopting a new approach to the laminating process sequence Two possible methods of glue application The new adhesive system permits two different methods of application onto the coating material A one step or a two step process In the one step variant also known as the inline method glue is applied directly during the laminating process within the production line Immediately following glue application the coating material is applied in compliance with the zero open time specification Despite the 0 open time requirement it is still possible to use the two stage method by first applying the adhesive outside the laminating line in a stationary pre coating unit and then using a thermal

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  • HOMAG Treff
    in terms of water and heat resistance as well as compression strength Hot melt glue technique User friendly for series processes used in surface lamination and wrapping at high feed rates to an excellent standard of surface quality White glue technique Universal for the production of CPL and HPL used in furniture exposed to heat and moisture for instance in bathrooms and kitchens TL technique New dry technique used for

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  • Press Preview: K 2010 in Düsseldorf
    using the nesting technique alongside conventional CNC production and single or alternating processing The widely diverse possibilities offered for the processing of plastics will be represented at the K 2010 by two machine models The WEEKE BHP 150 P CNC processing centre which uses the nesting technique and the 5 axis BMG 511 HOMAG moving gantry processing centre HOLZMA HPP 530 P custom built for Plastics Plus The HOLZMA HPP 530 P sets new standards in plastics processing Its innovative technologies heavy duty construction and tremendous processing speed with a minimum of noise are major factors contributing to this achievement An ideal machine for companies that process a lot of material in a short time or produce in series like Plastics Plus This family business with its team of nearly 40 employees is one of the leading companies in Great Britain in the field of speciality plastics processing and supplies to a wide range of markets These include point of sale sign and display glazing and outdoor advertising and also outdoor furniture With the HPP 530 P Plastics Plus is able to process a vast variety of plastic materials in a wide range of thicknesses and sizes This is ensured by the performance profile of this saw which is extremely well equipped even in its standard version rugged saw body made of SORB TECH mineral casting minimum quantity spraying device frequency controlled main saw motor 130 mm saw blade projection and 3200 mm cutting length narrow finger clamps and much more HOLZMA designed the saw on show at the fair to meet the specific requirements of Plastics Plus It is equipped with a number of special options including the add on module material dependent parameters for the CADmatic PROFESSIONAL control reverse cutting and cut monitoring for maximum precision a fold down air table one longer and other additional air tables ensure particularly ergonomic optimised handling For their new investment Plastics Plus has for the eighth time decided on a HOLZMA saw We have been so pleased with the quality of the product and the service we receive that we would certainly recommend HOLZMA machines We consider them to be the best for the job and since that s what we strive for it makes sense explains Managing Director Stuart White What made him decide in favour of the HPP 530 P The Plastics Plus investment in this model shows our commitment to providing a cutting service which is second to none and ahead of the market just what our customers deserve WEEKE BHP 150 P profiLine the ideal CNC entry model Another highlight on show at the K 2010 will be the BHP 150 P from WEEKE This CNC entry level solution was developed specifically for processing different types of plastic and aluminium It copes with even extremely delicate and high frequency routing work and its performance spectrum also includes optimized nesting and ultra fine engraving With new application possibilities such as high gloss polishing of acrylic glass the BHP

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  • woodWOP 6.0
    CNC programming Customers are particularly enthusiastic about the speed at which a flawless production program can be produced at the office PC and about the high safety standard provided by the new 3D visualization HOMAG launched its own programming system wood WOP 1 0 back in 1992 marking a whole new era It was the company s entry into the construction of processing centres with edge banding that necessitated this development Since those early days wood WOP has been continuously further developed wood WOP 6 0 takes the machines into the third dimension With realistic 3D depiction of the workpiece and all the associated processing operations programmers are immediately able to recognize whether incorrect values have been entered Several workpiece views can be opened simultaneously leaving no possibility of undiscovered errors As soon as the suction cups are programmed in wood WOP the suction cups and consoles are displayed as 3D models by the program graphics The completed program can be simulated using the wood Motion processing simulation system This simulation graphically depicts the programmed processing operations creating a virtual finished workpiece as if it had been actually produced on the machine with an indication of the processing time Maximum safety is ensured at the machine by the work area monitoring system collision Control only available for HOMAG machines As soon as an impending collision situation is predicted collision Control brings the machine to a stop before the actual collision can occur and sends out a warning message to the machine s monitor With this innovative software combination made up of wood WOP 6 0 wood Motion and collision Control the HOMAG Group is offering a safety package unique in the marketplace which allows even new users with no experience to quickly learn how to program and work with CNC

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  • laserTec
    developments are under way aimed at deploying the laser Tec method on processing centres an innovation which will allow the same high standard of workpiece quality to be used for edging shaped components As soon as this development work reaches the series stage HOMAG will not lose any time in offering this process to customers in the form of a sensible performance package Process reliability The controllability factor is key to the capability of any new process technology During the development phase HOMAG attached particular importance to qualified testing and to ensuring process reliability Alongside extensive test series over the past 5 years pilot users have also been gathering practical experience with the new technology over the last 12 months This exhaustive testing program has benefited customers some of whom have already been producing for over a year One positive effect which has become evident for instance is that due to the use of the diode laser laser Tec is significantly easier in terms of operation than conventional methods using hot melt glue taking the strain from operating staff and enhancing process reliability The operating principle of lasers differs depending on the application Because the glue layer is only heated over the surface when using CO2 lasers it is not possible to heat the glue layer through evenly Diode lasers by contrast penetrate the glue layer and use absorbers to heat the glue through evenly Consequently sustainable process reliability at low cost can only be guaranteed using diode lasers Piece costs When it comes to calculating piece costs alongside the purchase price running costs also have a major part to play The HOMAG development focused right from the beginning on diode lasers due to their substantially lower energy and space requirement compared to their CO2 equivalent To generate a beam

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  • HOMAG Holzbearbeitungssysteme AG receives Patent Management Award
    been presented during the annual conference of patent specialists in Munich for outstanding services in the field of patent management HOMAG Holzbearbeitungssysteme AG succeeded in raising its selective patent management to a professional level As Truong Le of Fraunhofer IAO emphasized We were particularly impressed by the prevailing active IP culture and the internal communication work performed by the responsible patent officers in order to encourage relevant decision makers to make available the necessary support and resources for operative implementation of the selected IP strategy The result of their hard work is a successfully functioning integrative system of patent management in which R D departments and the Patent Division work in close cooperation on innovation projects The successful development achieved by HOMAG Holzbearbeitungssysteme AG over recent years is inextricably linked to its enormous innovative drive From the very beginning with the invention of the world s first edge banding machine in 1962 an enterprising pioneering spirit and ambitious technical developments have been a trademark of HOMAG Holzbearbeitungssysteme AG To date the HOMAG Group holds over 800 industrial property rights and registers an average of four patents a month HOMAG Holzbearbeitungssysteme AG was selected on the basis of an on going

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  • 2010 jubilee products - 50 years HOMAG
    of significant energy savings FRIZ PUM 120 edition The PUM 120 edition from FRIZ is particularly suited for profile wrapping with veneer in sheet form e g structural elements for which PUR gluing is recommended The slotted nozzle application from below unit is a closed application system effectively preventing humidity causing any reaction in the PUR glue EVA and PO adhesives can also be used without problems Infinitely adjustable valve slide adjustment of the slotted nozzle unit changes the necessary application width within the shortest possible resetting time HOLZMA HPP 350 edition The standalone HPP 350 edition saw is characterized by its solid structure and a space saving and hardwearing design making it ideally suited for woodworking shop operation Because it is fitted with ecoLine technologies it also helps save energy The saw comes as standard with nozzle spray coverage over the entire machine table the patented side pressure device and the intuitive CADmatic 4 PROFESSIONAL control system with 3D movement graphics and 19 monitor with touchscreen In the special HPP 350 edition model customers benefit from extended equipment features with a grooving and recessing package as well as a labelling package HOMAG BOF 211 edition real 5 axis technology for all In the BOF 211 edition processing centre from HOMAG the DRIVE5C five axis trimming spindle makes for outstanding flexibility through to interpolating processing and saves the need to invest in additional units The spindle comes with features including pneumatic transmission for example for traced rounding of staircase treads a drilling head with 21 spindles 17 vertical 4 horizontal and grooving saw 0 90 for efficient drilling and an 18 slot tool changer for tools and units with large diameters up to 350 mm The extensive software package of the Edition machine encompasses the monitoring program collisionControl program simulation woodMotion and the diagnostic system woodScout and also provides visualization of the main spindle vibration data HOMAG KAL 210 edition The KAL 210 edition edge banding machine from HOMAG is suitable for all kinds of material and is equipped with a four motor profile trimming unit and a stationary snipping stop This machine is designed for jointing with high performance motors reliable fixed length material feed using suction cups snipping without any slip marks and splinter free profile trimming If required grooving is also possible with intermittent control and sufficient motor power for large groove cross sections Stable finishing units ensure a perfect finish quality The software package encompasses the diagnostic system woodScout unrestricted service thanks to TeleServiceNet and facility for uninterruptible power supply UPS LIGMATECH MPH 410 edition LIGMATECH has reengineered its MPH 400 case clamp which now features a more rigid pressing mechanism tolerance compensation and improved operating convenience coupled with a price reduction With these modifications the MPH 410 edition is presented as a completely new machine which combines the guarantee of absolutely tight case assembly with extreme operating simplicity supported by a solid torsion resistant welded construction The pressure frame features rigid crossing lamellas traversed by

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